Grilling is a staple summer activity in our household. It's too hot to cook inside, so the tabletop grill becomes the center of our temporary outdoor kitchen.
The only thing I don't like about grilling is dumping out the charcoal, dousing it in lighter fluid, and setting it ablaze. It's almost like I can feel my carbon footprint growing every time I see those flames.
The good news is that there are alternatives to charcoal and gas grills, but none are quite as adorable as the Eco-Grill:
Eco-Grill is made from turned alder wood, and filled with highest quality alder charcoal. The grill's unique construction allows you enjoy consistent cooking heat for several hours.
The best part is that you don’t need ignition fluid to ignite the Eco-Grill, meaning your meal will taste better and you won't have to feel guilty about burning gasoline in your backyard. There is eco fire starter element which allow to set fire just with one match.
A portion of every Eco-Grill sold is contributed to reforestation efforts, and because it doesn't require charcoal or lighter fluid, the grill can be used both outside in the bottom of an existing grill, or placed in a fireplace.