Lodge Sportsman’s Grill
Sure, the kettle hibachis we're used to seeing pack a relative punch, but Lodge's Sportsman's Grill enters the cast-iron zone, where only hot, hot heat is welcome.
It may be twice as heavy as other portable grills and may take a good 15 minutes to circulate its heat, but we think you'll agree that a perfectly cooked porterhouse is worth the extra effort.
Best used with hardwood lump charcoal, which provides the type of heat on which cast iron thrives.
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