Can this cardboard box grill your next steak?


Have you ever purchased a grill only to use it the one time you had a craving for chargrilled hot dogs and hamburgers? I’ll admit that we did that. We bought a small Webber grill, grilled with it one time and then it sat in the garage for years until we gave it away. Maybe a better alternative would be the disposable CasusGrill.

The CasusGrill is a biodegradable grill that is made of 100% natural components like a cardboard box lined with lava stone, a bamboo rack, and special charcoal briquettes that are also made of bamboo.

This 12.2″ x 9.25″ won’t cook enough food for a huge party, but it is ready to use in about 5 minutes and has a 1-hour cooking time.

After you’re finished grilling your favorite foods, you can chuck the CasusGrill in a bonfire. That means no cleanup!

With a price tag of only $8.00, the CasusGrill biodegradable instant BBQ is the perfect little cooker for the next time you get a craving for charred meats.

Head over to TheFowndry for more info and to pre-order one for your next cookout.

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5 comments… add one
  • Alan June 20, 2017, 5:06 pm

    This is very clever. There are plenty of instant grills (charcoal in a pan) but this is a whole grill. And I’ve also heard that bamboo charcoal is really good.

    PS. You had a Weber and never used it? That’s SO SAD!

  • Alan June 20, 2017, 5:12 pm

    OK. Bought 2 units (well preordered) – $15 but shipping was $23 so not very economical. Still interesting enough to try.

  • Carly Z June 21, 2017, 9:51 am

    This looks like it would be great for camping, especially if it eliminates the need for small propane tanks to lug!

    • Julie Strietelmeier June 21, 2017, 10:38 am

      Agreed. If I were a camper, I’d buy a couple of them. I’m wondering if you could even make your own.

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