Cool, crisp mornings in the outdoors are inspiring, add a hot pancake breakfast and that's where memories are made. The Rainier Two Burner Stove with Griddle is the stove that will fix almost any meal from sunrise to sunset. The lightweight and compact design offers the power necessary to cook anything from pancakes to burgers or hot soup. This outdoor cooking unit offers a stove and griddle so you can expand your cooking options to your liking. The locking lid and windscreen sides fold down for transport and storage. The Rainier’s portable and versatile design makes it a great item to have on hand for emergency preparedness as well.
- Two independent burners allow you to cook food and heat water at the same time
- One 10,000 BTU stove burner for boiling water or cooking on
- One lengthened 8,000 BTU tube burner for even frying on the griddle
- Matchless ignition means simple, quick lite every time
- Micro adjust heat-control dials give you full control of heat while cooking
- An included non-stick aluminum griddle means less gear to pack with you
- Three-sided windscreen locks lid and sides together to block wind and reflect heat back at food
- Stainless steel drip tray system makes clean up a cinch
- Removeable grease trap
- Built-in carry handle for convenient transportation
- Emergency preparedness recommended
- Regulator adaptor for a 1 lb. propane cylinder included
- Total Output: 18,000 BTU/hr
- Stove Burner: 10,000 BTU/hr
- Griddle Tube Burner: 8,000 BTU/hr
- Griddle Dimensions: 13.5" x 10.5"
- Burner Grate Dimensions: 9" x 7.5"
- Cooking Height: 4.5"
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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.