The EcoQue portable grill used to be marketed under the name “Pyromid.” It is made of stainless steel and is highly portable. It can collapse down to a little over an inch and fits nicely in a carry bag. I have to admit that I am highly impressed with this particular grill!
It is well-built out of stainless steel. The design makes it highly energy efficient and it can be used on top of a table. We love it because of its versatility in fuel use. It can burn charcoal briquettes, wood or biomass fuel, but best of all it conveniently fits four cans of canned heat. If you can only have one emergency cooking device this would be a great option. It covers indoor cooking, outdoor cooking, and evacuation cooking.
[simpleazon-link asin=”B009T380V0″ locale=”us”]EcoQue Grills[/simpleazon-link] consume up to 75% less fuel than similar sized grills. The energy efficient design allows a 15″ grill to cook a meal for 6-8 people using as few as 16 charcoal briquettes! You can grill, bake, fry, roast, boil and even smoke foods! It also comes in a smaller 12″ grill.
[simpleazon-link asin=”B006355WUE” locale=”us”]The EcoQue Grill[/simpleazon-link] can sit on the counter top in a kitchen and burn canned alcohol. Four cans of [simpleazon-link asin=”B00255VSWC” locale=”us”]Safe Heat[/simpleazon-link] fit nicely in the base. Pure forms of alcohol can be safely used indoors with ventilation. The water boiling in the picture below was brought to a rapid boil quickly using only the four cans of Safe Heat pictured below.
The grill comes with a grate which neatly holds [simpleazon-link asin=”B0032XVHTU” locale=”us”]charcoal briquettes[/simpleazon-link]. It can also be used to burn small chunks of wood or other biomass. I am impressed with the quality of construction as well as the energy efficient design. If you can only have one device for emergency cooking, the EcoQue grill is worth looking into.
For specific product information, see the EcoQue website.