A: i have not use it to boil water or cook, but im sure you can. i use the grill as a fire pit, when im camping.
A: Hello Gaviota - you should expect similar performance to any small charcoal grill. If you plan to use a pot, we recommend using a lightweight vessel no larger than 7" diameter and 4" in height, or a shallow pan no more than 10" in diameter.
A: Yes , if you have charcoal. I loved this grill for camping as well it’s stable and the grill heats evenly.
A: I had one and I don't see any reason it couldn't handle a frying pan. A description for this unit would be closer to flimsy, than cast iron. However, it works and the price is good.
A: Hello DB - yes, you could use a small lightweight frying pan or pot, similar to any other charcoal grill.
A: The unit doesn't get hot at the bottom of the stand, so no, the unit won't burn a laminated table top, but the chance of an ember burning it is fairly high. I'd suggest you put one of those flat oven pans (12x18x1/2?) under it.
A: Hi, It is very easy. Just wait until the ashes are cold and just dump the ashes in the trash. Thank you.
A: Very simple. A quick dump over once the grill is cool.
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