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Barbecue experts are divided on the issue of whether you should use a charcoal or gas grill. And now, there are compact table grills of all kinds as well as easy-to-carry portable grills and combined grills and stoves. Only the Cadac Carry Chef 2 series is available in different dimensions and with different accessory packages. For example, the 48 cm in diameter Carri Chef 2 BBQ/Braai by Cadac has two different grills and a round lid, while the 10 cm smaller Carri Chef BBQ/Chef Pan only has a grill grate and a grill pan. Some Cadac Carri Chef 2 gas grills are available for 30 and 50 bar of gas pressure. The simple, lidless Carri Chef 2 Griill2Braai only comes in a 50 bar model. Also popular at Intercaravaning.shop is the portable Safari Chef 2. Not only is it very compact, but in addition to two grill plates, it also comes with an additional wok. The Safari Chef 2 is also available as a low pressure model and as the Safari Chef 2 HP (high pressure), which requires a threaded cartridge.
Other gas grills – other advantages: For example, the multifunctional Clever camping grill from Enders features an enamelled grill grate over two gas burners, which, without the grate, can be used to make soup or pasta. The portable Classic Dometic grills can be used for grilling and boiling at the same time thanks to two ‘cooking levels’. Of course, Intercaravaning.shop also has large gas grills such as the Campingaz 2 with a rolling steel trolley and spacious grill and shelf surfaces, just like on your terrace back home.
Portable charcoal and briquette grills are, thanks to their decreased weight, an even more flexible alternative, but also less ‘clean’. Professional barbecuers still prefer kettle grills such as the Charcoal Mate or the Charcoal Pro Cadac, because indirect grilling means more cooking options and more variety for enjoyment. ‘Smoke-free’ despite using charcoal, the colourful fire-design table-top grills are just right if you want to spare your neighbours at the campsite, but don’t want to miss out on real BBQ taste. The trick? A closed charcoal basket, which ensures that Limatec’s fire-design table-top grills will not drip oil or grease from the food on to the charcoal.