When Trailer Life’s marketing manager and new RV owner Lorisa Pierson suggested including this 17-inch portable griddle on her list of “30 Must-Have Accessories for New RVers” on our website, we were skeptical. Sure, a propane-powered griddle is nice to have on an RV trip, but is it really a must-have? Turns out, Lorisa isn’t the only one who’s over the moon about the smallest of Blackstone’s outdoor griddles. Online reviews from RVers almost unanimously rave about the lightweight, easy-to-carry cooker. It sets up quickly, and the built-in igniter fires things up fast. An H-shaped burner pumps out 12,000 Btu to heat the 268-square-inch steel cooktop for grilling everything from bacon, eggs and pancakes to burgers, steak and fish. The go-anywhere griddle runs on 1-pound propane canisters or connects to a 5-gallon cylinder with Blackstone’s 3-foot Bulk Tank Adapter Hose ($19.99). With its pull-out grease drawer and a single surface to wipe down, cleanup is a cinch.