Good training starts with good eatin'. This is probably the best investment I have ever made.
The small grill is portable, goes anywhere (even in a kayak) and it's clean and fast. The propane I keep in the house so at -30 I can attach it (quickly), start it, then run back in the house. No cleaning afterwards, just turn the heat up next time to burn off the remnants-- which aptly remain frozen till the next grill.
Today was chicken but we have been cooking our Unalakleet salmon once a week on it and man oh man with the Beebucks recipe it is delicious. I'm generally a picky eater so grilling in below zero temps is worth it... well I suppose I wasn't too picky finding those treasures on the invitational trail last year that other racers dropped in the snow, like potato chips, gummi bears and almonds even a bag of gumballs was incredible somewhere between Ophir and Ruby.
Mmmmm yum can't wait.