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Grill and fire pit resource Cowboy Cauldron will be bringing a new portable fire pit and grill combo to show at its first HPBExpo booth.
Called Dude, the combo grill and fire pit is the smallest of Utah-based Cowboy Cauldron’s products. It is available at $899 and features a compact 24-inch diameter steel fire basin, a tripod frame that can be broken down like tent poles, a charcoal grate, cooking grill and rain cover. Altogether, the unit weighs only 35 pounds, making it simple to move and set up.
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DECEMBER 31, 2019 - SALT LAKE CITY, UT - Utah-based Cowboy Cauldron has launched its newest cauldron, The Dude.
Company officials describe The Dude as, “the ultimate portable fire pit and grill combo to accentuate any outdoor adventure. As the smallest among the Cowboy Cauldron products, the Dude is lightweight, convenient, mobile, and it’s affordable! Available at $899, the Dude abides.”
H IS FOR HANGING | When entertaining outdoors, you want to craft moments of delight,” said Siobhan Barry, of New York design studio Icrave, who is a fan of the tripod-supported cauldron fire pits from Utah outfitter Cowboy Cauldron Co. The movable cast-iron rig holds a wood-burning fire, and can house a rotisserie spit or stew pot. “It takes barbecue to a whole new level,” she said.
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