New Products: Eat, Drink & Stay Dry

New items designed to make outdoor life easier:

> Tired of waging a pre-Promethean struggle with stubborn charcoal? Caloric of Topton, Pa., has produced a gas-fired grill that looks like the standard charcoal brazier but uses gas-heated, long-lasting ceramic briquettes. The grill runs off gas cylinders that last all summer or is hooked up directly to the house gas line. The meat still has that cherished charcoal tang, because the tang actually is produced not by the charcoal but by the dripping juices going up in smoke. (Socalled "charcoal-broiled" steaks at restaurants...

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