I don’t know about you, but I’m already counting down to opening day of spring turkey season, and this year I’m going the hardcore route–setting up a primitive camp right where I intend to hunt, and sleeping there overnight, so I don’t have to get up at 2 a.m. and make a ton of noise crashing around in the woods. Turkeys have terrific hearing, and unbelievably acute eyesight, but they don’t have much of a sense of smell…and I’m going to take full advantage and enjoy my wilderness-cuisine skills to the utmost with a CanCooker Portable Cooktop bundle for cooking. They’re super quiet, lightweight, and compact, so packing my CanCooker in won’t be a problem.
This is the same CanCooker tech you’re familiar with–what’s new is that you can now get a Portable Conversion Grill to go with your Multi-Fuel unit, or you can buy them as a bundle (right now, the bundle is on sale for $75). I’ll be grilling all my favorite foods, including a celebratory meal of turkey breast (if I’m successful). They’re easy to use and to clean; simply add water or liquid to the bottom tray for steaming and include your favorite flavor infusion or wood chips for an easy smoking infusion. When you’re done, wash the grill with hot water and detergent (no scrubbers, please) or–if you’re actually at home–you can put it in the dishwasher.
The Grill also comes with a fat/grease drainage system to prevent flare-ups, as well as a grill removal tool that doubles as a bottle opener for that celebratory post-hunt brewski. The Portable Cooktop requires 8-ounce butane fuel canisters, and uses an electronic ignition system for easy lighting anywhere you go, no batteries or matches necessary. The Multi-Fuel Portable Cooktop is more adaptable but similar to the Portable Cooktop. The Multi-Fuel Cooktop uses standard 8-ounce butane and 16.4-ounce propane canisters. (Multi-Fuel is sold separately.) Want to know more? Visit CanCooker.
Trace, a proud Special Farces who goes commando, is dedicated to pubic service. Although he’s a legend among YouTube commenters, he actually began life as a humble dingleberry farmer. Now, no subject is too moist or sensitive for his incisive odor and scintillating lymph nodes.