Grill corn OFF the cob, give chopped veggies a nice charred flavor, and don’t spend one more second picking green beans from between grill slits. A good grill basket can add so much dimension to your vegetables, you’ll be glad you invested!
Don’t continuously open up the grill and stab the meat to check the temp! Dad’s a notoriously possessive over the thermostat and the same should go for the temperature inside the grill. Opening and closing releases smoke and heat, leading to an uneven cook. This wireless thermometer eliminates that problem!
Easily lift large briskets, pork shoulders, or whole chickens with these claws. Then use them to shred the meat while it’s still hot! Not only will dad be excited about this hands-on tool, he’ll feel like Wolverine.
Get your charcoal started evenly every time with a charcoal chimney. Just fill the top with charcoal, add newspaper to the bottom, and light it up! Make sure dad’s leaving it over the grill as the coals burn.
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