Most Portable Grills Don’t Last or Aren’t Truly Portable. A Dallas Start-up Aims to Change That

Most Portable Grills Don’t Last or Aren’t Truly Portable. A Dallas Start-up Aims to Change That

Nomad grillsLast week I dropped by the new Nomad Grills showroom in Dallas’s Oak Cliff neighborhood. The company’s founders, John Veatch and Cam Leggett, met me in a courtyard out back to show off the finer points of their newly launched portable grill. (They share the area with a few other businesses, including the Trompo taqueria.) At 10 a.m., the aroma of smoked salmon wafted through the air. Veatch and Leggett, both Dallas-area natives, did most of the talking, while letting pitmaster Doug Pickering do the cooking. One of the two grills being used rested on a truck’s open tailgate as a ribeye sizzled on the grate, and another, with the salmon inside, was closed on a wooden picnic table. The Nomad team has done similar demos…View Original Post

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