Take the grilling party wherever you happen to go

Portable propane grill attaches to vehicles equipped with a standard 2-inch hitch receiver.

On the grill again. Frontgate

Grilling on the go is as good as it gets. Fresh air, (hopefully) sunshine, good times, and platters full of delicious grilled foods. Problem is, most grills aren't built for portability. While many grills are small in size, the actual transportation of them can be difficult and even messy. However, there is at least one grill out there that takes portability to a whole new level.

You don't have to keep the Margaritaville Ride-Behind Tailgating Propane Grill attached to the back of your vehicle, but you certainly could. Connecting to standard 2-inch hitch receiver, the grill goes wherever you do. When you reach your destination, the choice is up to you: you can either remove the grill and take advantage of the integrated legs for tabletop use, or you can fire up your grill session directly from the back of your vehicle.

The grill itself is fueled by a 1-pound propane tank and puts out 20,000 BTU. The grilling surface is 352 square inches and able to accommodate up to 20 burgers at a time--plenty to feed the tailgate party or whatever party you happen to pull over for. Two swing-out side tables and a convenient tray in front make sure you have all the room you need for any condiments and accessories. And hey, if the party starts getting dull, you can always start a new one just down the road.

(Via InventorSpot)

About the author

    Brian is the author of two culinary based books published via his imprint Storkburger Press. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.


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