Over The Fire Grill Amps Up Your Camp Steak

Camp Chef Over Fire Cooking Grill Griddle

Cooking over a campfire is just about as good as it gets! There’s something primal about it – the flames licking at raw meat – vegetables popping and sizzling – food coming off the hot grill with a little bit of tasty char. It’s one of our greatest pleasures in camping! This great over fire grill and griddle from Camp Chef is one we use personally for cooking steaks on the camp site and even churrasco at home over an outdoor firepit.

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Step into the rugged shoes of mountain men with the Camp Chef Mountain Man Over Fire Grill & Griddle. This ingenious contraption lets you channel your inner pioneer by cooking right over the crackling flames. It’s as simple as staking your claim—just hammer that stake into the ground, slide on the griddle, grill, and charcoal box, and voila! You’re all set to whip up a feast fit for wilderness royalty. And when your culinary masterpiece reaches its peak of perfection, a swivel of the griddle and grill takes them away from the fiery scene.

Now, here’s the part that’ll make your taste buds tingle: you’re not limited to just one type of fiery companion. This versatile hero can dance with wood, charcoal, or propane, making it your ultimate outdoor cooking sidekick.

But wait, there’s more! Unbox this bad boy, and you’re practically seconds away from grilling greatness. Crafted from heavy gauge steel, the grill and griddle are like the muscular bodyguards of the outdoor cooking world. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, it does. The package includes a grill, a griddle, a charcoal box, and a trusty two-piece steel stake. It’s like a gourmet party in a box, ready to rock your wilderness cooking escapades!

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