Portable grills that you can take anywhere

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Want a truly endless summer? Check out these portable grills that can go anywhere you do.

This cast-iron contraption lets you get the most out of your campfire (or fireplace!). The adjustable frame allows for searing and slow-cooking alike—provided you have strong arms and heatproof gloves.

Beach-Side Grill $150; surlatable.com


Garrett Wade Cobb Premier Stainless Steel Grill

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This portable grill includes a roasting rack, frying pan, and griddle, making it easy to cook just about anything, just about anywhere.

Garrett Wade Cobb Premier Stainless Steel Grill from $145.60; Yahoo! Shopping

(See also: Best and Worst BBQ Sauces)






Bodum Fyrkat Picnic Charcoal Grill

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Barely larger than a basketball, this flying saucer-like contraption is perfect for the beach, the park, or your outdoor deck.

Bodum Fyrkat Picnic Charcoal Grill in Red $52; bodum.com








Rome Cookware Kebab n' Grill

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Thread the racks with an ingredient combination of your choice (we have some suggestions here) and you'll be Kebab n' Grillin' in no time.

Rome Cookware Kebab n' Grill $80; bedbathandbeyond.com







Orto Takeaway Grill

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This sleek, portable grill features a folding handle, allowing you to carry prepared foods straight to the table (or picnic blanket, or directly into your guests' hands).

Orto Takeaway Grill $44.08; walmart.com







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