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Easy, healthy and delicious, barbecue dinners are hard to beat. It’s no surprise that compact ones like the Snow Peak BBQ Box are such popular camp kitchen additions.

Snow Peak Bbq Box

While gas barbecues do work really well, if you haven’t tried cooking on charcoal it’s worth a go – it’s addictive. The heat is different, and when using quality charcoal food chars and flavours superbly.

Charcoal barbecues are easy to get going with the help of a charcoal starter. With a couple of fire starters placed underneath and about 30 minutes you’ll have a load of hot coals ready for cooking. The Snow Peak BBQ Box has a lever on the side that raises and lowers the charcoal tray to allow temperature control. 

Snow Peak Bbq Box
Snow Peak Bbq Box

The Snow Peak BBQ Box can be used on any table with the included legs. 

Snow Peak Bbq Box

It’s also designed to sit flush with the modular Snow Peak Iron Grill Table system for those using that camp kitchen system.

Snow Peak Bbq Box

With the optional bridge, it can also be used with the Snow Peak Jikaro Table.

Snow Peak Bbq Box

The lid is perfecting for creating a small oven for cooking things like thicker steaks.

Snow Peak Bbq Box

With dinner out the way the remaining charcoal is perfect for whipping up simple jaffle iron desserts. 

Snow Peak Bbq Box

The Snow Peak BBQ Box is made from stainless steel and weighs in at 5.1kg and measures a very packable 360 x 250 x 190mm.

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Mike Collister has spent his life outdoors. He has represented Australia as a slalom kayaker, guided whitewater expeditions in Nepal, and taught outdoor education and wilderness medicine. He’s paddled the Kimberley’s Fitzroy River in the wet season and across the Bass Strait and is an avid photographer, overlander and camper.