Food: Heating
Grill Hat   (+18)  [vote for, against]
choose from a top hat or a fez

The Grill Hat is a snazzy top hat or fez with a tiny, portable propane burner set inside the top. [see link for burner - not hat] The actual top of the hat opens to expose the burner and leave room around the top for the small flame. This is useful for a spontaneous marshmallow roast, reheating your breakfast sausage or making toast while out and about. Inserts that run vertically inside the hat contain skewers for holding your food. Optional grate for laying food onto directly can be purchased separately .

Of course it's advisable to remove the hat and place on a steady surface for safety. An excellent hat to wear when you are standing in line waiting for tickets, or just taking a walk in the park and get the urge for some warm food.
-- xandram, Feb 03 2010

portable propane burner
[xandram, Feb 03 2010]

Missed a pun, methinks... http://lincoln200.d...sStovePipeHat.shtml
[Jinbish, Feb 03 2010]

So many, many uses ... [8th of 7, Feb 03 2010]

No food or cooking on this one
Arthur Brown, TOTP, 1968 [pocmloc, Feb 03 2010]

almost redundant with this one? Kebab_20head_20wrap
[pertinax, Feb 04 2010]

-- FlyingToaster, Feb 03 2010

Make the toast of the town while you travel with your topper. [+]
-- Aristotle, Feb 03 2010

Ha. This just gave me a visual of Charlie Chaplin wandering nonchalantly through a market place swiping food and grilling his lunch on his head while misdirecting the shopkeepers.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Feb 03 2010

Optional extras; tiny wok, and fondue pot.

-- 8th of 7, Feb 03 2010

Research indicates that tiny alcohol-burning stoves will be lighter on the neck. Plus you can store the fuel (Everclear, where available, is an option) in a flask.
-- ye_river_xiv, Feb 03 2010

thanks for the extras! I love them...also great link[Jin]!! (hehe stove pipe hat!!) no puns allowed!
-- xandram, Feb 03 2010

// the fuel //

Sterno ? Won't spill ...

-- 8th of 7, Feb 03 2010

thanks for the great links, but not really redundant with *Kabab head wrap* as I see no heating element in that idea.
-- xandram, Feb 04 2010

Nice, you hot head, or did someone already say that and I missed it when scanning the other's annos?
-- blissmiss, Feb 05 2010

How does this differ from a miner's carbide head lantern?

Just kidding!
-- ye_river_xiv, Feb 06 2010

What do you mean 'no puns allowed'? You're just lucky that you used the word 'snazzy' - otherwise your bun would be in jeopardy...
-- Jinbish, Feb 06 2010

wonder if there is a fire danger to my duck suit? keep my head warm at the park though.
-- po, Feb 06 2010

I was about to post Fire Hat, which was to be a simple hat with piped-in propane and a small nozzle, allowing a flame to burn continuously over the wearer's head.

The purpose of the Fire Hat, of course, is purely for the joy of walking around with a constant flame above one's head. Howevertheless, the Grill Hat would accomplish something very similar, and therefore redunds my Fire Hat.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2015

Wow, you churned one of my ideas [Max]! You would look dashing in one of these! Meet me for lunch? (or half-of-lunch)
-- xandram, Jul 16 2015

It would be an honour.

I have been working on my juggling skills so, if we can get the flame set correctly, I can do toasted marshmallows three at a time.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 16 2015

-- Voice, Jul 17 2015

This is much more practical than the BUNGCO "grill shorts" concept garment. Although even now with no fire, the drip pan comes in handy.
-- bungston, Jul 17 2015

random, halfbakery