If you’ve ever choked down a burger or dog that took a tumble into the fire and tried to smile while you spat out pine needles and chunks of char, you know why the Pocket Grill isn’t such a silly idea after all.
Maybe the only spice you ever noticed was the Spice Girls. They were pretty hot in the 90s after all. Since then, your taste has hopefully matured, but if your knowledge of spice hasn’t, we found a cheat for you. Montreal’s Purpose Design offers gourmet spice kits for any menu. Their huge array of gourmet BBQ rubs, artisanal salts and seafood spices are delivered to your door packaged in cool, little glass-top containers.
If you want to grill like a real man, take your skirt off and sling this tactical apron around your neck. Made of military-spec cordura in a variety of field-proven camo patterns, this apron is made for serious battle. It’s PALS/MOLLE equipped with webbing allowing you strap-on accessories. It also holds 3 twelve-ounce hand grenades up front for easy access.
With twenty essential stainless steel tools for total barbecue devastation, the only thing missing from the BBQ Briefcase is a set of handcuffs for the handle. When you’re carrying this thing, you’re on a one-man mission to kill at the grill.
For over 30 years, outdoor chefs and true grill masters have relied on the superb design of Grillworks freestanding grills. It’s all about the manual cast aluminum crank wheel that lets you adjust the height of the cooking surface for perfect grilling temps at all times. All stainless steel construction, made in the USA.
Having a barbecue usually means you’ll be drinking while you cook. For this reason alone, the Pit Mitt is a good idea. Its magical, heat-resistant material allows you to do stupid stuff like reaching into the red-hot coals for a mushroom or picking up a 475º burger. It will also grip your beer nicely. Maybe get two.
If you’re not mothering over the grill every minute, it’s easy to turn bomb-ass steaks into slabs of dried-up jerky. It even happens to us pros, but here’s an easy way to keep things juicy. Simply fill these cast iron grill humidifiers with water, beer or juices, and the steam they release will keep your meat moist.
So you thought Carhartt only made workwear? Think again. Their list of accessories continues to expand. Now they’ve made a spiffy stainless steel portable grill that packs up flat for portable partying. Pull this 4-burger sized beauty out of its carrying case, fold the origami-style panels up and pour in the charcoal. Avoid burns: let it cool off before folding up and putting it away.
You want yours to be a bloody mess, she wants hers medium, buddy over there wants his steak medium-well. Need help keeping track of everyone’s order? For your next BBQ, try some Steak Buttons. The handy, stainless steel and glass thermometer set monitors meat on the grill or in the broiler. Easy.
When you want to grill & chill at the park, the city’s public grills are convenient. But like a public bathroom, you don’t really want to touch anything. You make a little barrier of foil because, let’s face it, you don’t know what the bums were cooking on there. But with your own public park grill, you can lay your meat right on it without thinking twice. Made of commercial grade steel, the grill area is 256 sq. inches and comes fully assembled. 2 3/8” post included.