Good little and portable burner for outdoor cooking. Easy to set up in less than 1 minute
Good, warm food will always enhance your outdoor experience. And whether you’re cooking in the duck blind or at the tailgate party you should never have to sacrifice the cooking power. The Ranger II is a big stove in a compact body. Each burner pumps out all the heat you will need to cook a delicious hot meal. This is the best way to get the power of a big stove without extra packing and space. If you’re looking for a griddle, try the Mountain Series griddle (MSG20). Camp Chef griddles and skillets work great as well.
- Lightweight design for excellent portability
- Two cast-aluminum 17,000 BTU burners
- Lightweight cast aluminum burners
- Fully adjustable heat-control dials
- Matchless ignition
- Burner housing helps block wind
- Rugged and durable cast iron cook-top and legs are built to handle everything you throw at it
- Regulator and 5 ft. hose included
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Easy Pellet Grill Cleanout is a big Ash Deal Are you ready to kick-ash and summer grilling? In the game of life there are things you do because you want to do them and other things you do only cause you gotta. Believe me this is going somewhere. Pellet smoking is manly, fun, easier than ever and the food tastes great. Men love spending time with their smoking hot grillfriends. The problem is, that like many things, from changing the oil in your car to sharpening an axe, you have to take the time to maintain your stuff to get the best results. Pellet grilling is no different and has to be maintained to get a great end product. Over time ash, soot, and grease build up in the bottom of your grill and the performance starts to tank. Ash builds and floats around onto food, lightup can become more difficult or worse not light at all, and grease / smoke build up as well as the ash piles up. Everybody kind of knows that at some point they have to kick ash. Grill ash that is. The problem is this, as much as you want peak performance from your grill it still sucks to clean it out. Guys don’t really like doing the boring, leftover work at the house. Who really wants to wheel the trash out to the curb? Do you really like mowing the grass? If you’re thinking in your head that you enjoy that you’re lying to yourself. Maybe there are exceptions, but the point is that given the choice you’d rather eat good food, hang out with loved ones, or watch a game instead of cleaning out a grill. A better way to smoke To clean ash out of a pellet grill there are about 10 different sticky, greasy items to take out of the grill just to get to the bottom of the barrel and begin ash cleanup. Once all that is out it’s time to roll out the wet/dry vac (if you have one) and begin to suck up the soot, ash, etc that has built up in the bottom of your grill. Then comes clothing, hand and dry vac cleanup. There must be a better way. As of a few years ago this was the only way to clean out a pellet grill. Every brand and model was the same. New technology from Camp Chef has changed all that. Patented Easy Ash Cleanout While your buddy next door spends the next 30 minutes to an hour cleaning out his Traeger, your Camp Chef SmokePro Pellet Grills have a patented ash clean out in the bottom that releases ash and soot from the grill in seconds. It's that easy to cleanout Kick Ash Pellet Grill Challenge So here’s the challenge, kick your neighbor’s ash for real by cleaning a pellet grill out and grilling a meal in the same time it takes him to “kick ash”. Kick Ash Competition BBQ Chicken - Make it while your buddy cleans out his grill.
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For years, the main focus of Covey Rise has been celebrating "the lifestyle of the upland sporting enthusiast". Most recently, Covey Rise writer Miles Demott and photographer Terry Allen spent some time with Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef. Click an image below to read the article 'Sporting Skill' and be sure and get the full April/May issue of Covey Rise.