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Berghoff portable barbecue
Pros: Portable, no assembly, easy to use
Cons: Limited cooking
Overall score: 3.5/5
The Berghoff Portable Barbecue won’t ever replace a traditional full-sized barbecue, but there is certainly place for it in many homes. If you like camping, picnics, or are heading off to summer festivals and outdoor concerts, this fits the bill perfectly.
Even though it is built of sturdy carbon steel, it’s not at all cumbersome or heavy. There’s a strong carrying strap and a very clever durable cork lid which doubles up as a heatproof mat or shield when using on grass or on a table.
When alight, the lid also cleverly acts as the vent to allow or prevent too much air coming into the firebox from the bottom by turning it from side to side using discreet markers on the base.
The reasonable-sized 32cm grill will never make a full gourmet meal for a crowd, but what it will do is easily accommodate four burgers and sausages.
While eating those, pop on the halloumi and a few vegetables, slip those into a pitta and the coals will still be hot enough for a grilled banana or four for dessert as this holds the heat so well. This is a direct cooking-only grill with good looks and practical design that’s incredibly handy for barbecuing on the go.
Cooking grill size: 32cm
Hood and Vents: No hood, vent in bottom
Wheels and locks: No
Material: Carbon steel
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