Extract grub2-portable.tar.gz, so that "boot", "grub-bin" (folders) and "instgrub" (script) are on the root of the partition.
Then run in terminal from the mounted partition, e.g. /mnt/sdb1:
Wait a while and grub2 should be installed (if there's message: installed , no errors).
The config file 'grub.cfg' to edit is e.g. /mnt/sdb1/boot/grub/grub.cfg
Required is to put the entries in grub.cfg manually yourself.
There's one example entry inside for tahr, but note that it expects to have created folder "tahr6" with the puppy files inside (or just edit as you desire).
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