Coleman RoadTrip Propane Portable Grill folds for easy storage

  Stop manhandling those heavy, bulky backyard beasts and show off as the grill master with the Coleman RoadTrip LXE Propane Grill. It’s easy to tote around and set up. Just fold it up, roll it with one hand to your favorite cooking spot and set it up in a matter of seconds with the lift and lock system. The... Read More

Need a good meal easy? Tinfoil on the barbie, mate!

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris While traveling does bring out quite an appetite, once you land in camp at the end of a road day, who wants to fiddle around with a lot of meal prep hoopla? It’s so much easier to cruise on into a McDoogie’s, but the nutrition is so questionable. Go some place with better... Read More

Evaluating 303 Products’ Grill Cleaner and Multi-Surface wipes

  By Bob Difley When I recently reviewed Sta-Bil Rust Stopper, a product from the Gold Eagle Company, I found out that the company had quite a variety of products, many of which were formulated for the automotive industry. I found several products in their 303 brand line (they’ve been formulating products since 1980) that would be of interest to... Read More

Sidekick grill attaches to RV for convenient use

  By Bob Difley Fleming Sales has released a new 11,000 BTU LP gas grill designed to be used on a tabletop or attached directly to a recreation vehicle. The RVAD400 Sidekick grill offers 214 square inches of cooking surface and 66 square inch warming surface, and includes grill, bracket, mounting rail and LP adapter. The bracket mounts to the side... Read More

RV grill connection befuddlement

  By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is a letter he received from a reader while he was serving as RVtravel.com’s technical editor. Dear Chris, I have purchased a Class A motor home that has an LP accessory, which is also low pressure. Therefore, I cannot use my existing grill as the flame control and... Read More

A warning about outdoor grilling: Danger lurks!

Be careful the next time you eat a hamburger or other product cooked on an outdoor grill. There could be danger lurking in the form of undetected wire bristles left by grill-cleaning brushes. The problem is so serious that the Center For Disease Control (CDC) recently issued a consumer warning. The small wires can work their way into the hamburgers... Read More