I use a charbroil grill. You can easily find them under $40. I like to use them camping 'cause you can use them as a bbq or a stove or both and they use the one pound gas cannister that is available anywhere.
I also use a jetboil. I keep this handy with a cook in the bag meal (personally I like mountainhouse brand). These are meals that were cooked then freeze dried. They're okay tasting and will save the day if rain arrives at dinner time. You can heat water on the jetboil, pour it in the bag, stir and ten minutes later you have a hot meal.
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