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# CanCooker’s New Gravity Grill is Already Making Me Hangry

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I’m already mad at myself for not thinking of this first. And hungry, let’s not forget that.

## If you like to grill outside, and you couldn’t sleep at all last night, I know why…

The Gravity Grill from CanCooker has already got me hangry–e.g., both hungry and angry–and I’ll tell you why. I’ve spent all of my life grilling out, from the time I was barely tall enough to see the coals until I got too tall for my hair and grew out through it. (Sounds better than “when I got a bald spot,” no?) And at no point during that time did I get this simple, yet excellent idea for turning any destination into Grill City, Population: Me. What’s more, I’m already picturing how easy it would be to take with me to hunting camp and how much fun we’ll all have roasting the backstraps from the first whitetail we take. Mm, seared venison, perhaps with some caramelized onion and a little cracked black pepper…

Wait, what was I saying again? The folks at Can Cooker created The Gravity Grill to serve people who love to cook al fresco, whether that be deep in the backwoods or 10 feet into your backyard. It has a 18.5-inch by 16.4-inch platform that can be used over any type of fire, for all kinds of cooking, anywhere. The Gravity Grill allows for a full 360 degree rotation, and up and down adjustment so you can smoothly adjust or remove it from a wood, propane, or charcoal heat source. The grill post can be hammered into the ground and has a height of 3 feet. When you’re ready to put it away, the grill can be disassembled in a matter of seconds for easy storage and portability–unlike the typical charcoal or propane grill.

Available now at an MSRP of $69.99, this made-in-America product comes with a limited lifetime warranty. For added versatility and efficiency, add The Gravity Skillet for all your griddle or frying needs for a total MSRP of$119.99. The skillet can double as a charcoal holder, with the grill above it, making it an excellent combination, no matter the setting. For more information or to purchase, click here. And throw an extra backstrap on there for me, please?