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Recently, we planned a trip to Barrie where we decided to take our Coleman NXT 300 with us to grill steaks as we traveled the two-hour trek.   We love that the NXT 300 fits neatly into our trunk and that it’s light enough for even myself to maneuver.   Since our kids are getting older (and more stubborn), we didn’t do much camping this year, so this little getaway was a treat for us.

The Coleman NXT 300 is a fabulous grill that is easy to use and SO easy to clean.  There is nothing worse than a grueling clean up job on a road or camping trip.

Fall BBQ coleman NXT 300The Coleman NXT 300 features:

–  20,000 BTU
–  321 sq. inch cooking area
–  InstaStart™ electronic ignition
–  Dual Burner
–  Dual Stainless Side Tables
–  Cast-iron cooking grates
–  Removable Grease Cup
–  Built-in thermometer
–  Propane cylinder or tank
–  NXT™ Accessory Family Compatible (I am getting the griddle!!!)
–  3 year warranty

Year Round BBQ’ing with Coleman

We are the type of family who BBQ’s year round.   I have never put a steak in a frying pan ever!  If you’re a family who packs away your BBQ with the patio furniture, I highly recommend the Coleman NXT 300 so your family can easily have BBQ’s all year.  Just put it in a small corner in your garage or storage area and pull it out when the urge to BBQ surfaces!

For those who are struggling with making a good steak, I’m going to share a fantastic marinade that is getting rave reviews from Gaspe, Quebec to Southwestern Ontario.   My advice, let it sit for 24-48 hours for optimal results.

The Best Steak Marinade Ever!  Cooking with Coleman

Coleman-NXT-3001 cup of Oyster Sauce
1/4 cup of Olive Oil
1 tbsp of Sesame Seed Oil
2 tbsp of Soya Sauce
1 tsp of Worcestershire Sauce
Add a clove of Garlic
Throw in your favorite spice (Montreal Steak Spice or Clubhouse Cajun Spice are awesome)
If you like Black bean sauce add to taste.

Marinade steaks for 24-48 hours.  Place on grill and cook to your liking.  Serve with a seven-layer salad and a baked potato LOADED!

 

 

Written by Trina Stewart

Trina Stewart is the editor-in-chief at Life's a Blog. Blogging and Social Media is her passion by night, while project management and business development fills her day.

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