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.
It’s a party on wheels. This rolling grill and cooler system is perfectly portable. With 7-inch rubber tires you can take it on off-road adventures like beach barbecues and camping. The compact gas grill features Char-Broil’s Infrared technology for higher, more consistent grill temps resulting in juicier steaks, burgers and brats. Beneath the grill are two detachable, 30-quart coolers for your sport-sodas. Pack it up & roll out.
You’re a man cooking meat over an open flame; get the right tools for the job. Do you really need titanium or Scandinavian design to make your steak just right? Didn’t think so. Try this forged, hand-hammered steel BBQ tool set: each spatula, fork & steak turner is one-of-a-kind.
Wanna get your smoke on? This stainless steel mini smoker from Williams-Sonoma will do it. It fits right on your outdoor grill and will fast become your favorite grilling accessory. Just preheat the box on the grill, insert meat, cover with lid and wait anxiously, while the aromatic spice of real wood chips turns your grilling into gourmet.
Turn up the heat on your tailgating, car camping and beach barbecues with Fuego’s sleek, portable 8000-BTU grill. Its aluminum legs flip up into a handle and a giant rubber band holds the top on for transport. The smooth sculptural form and practical design of the Element makes it the perfect vehicle for taking your gourmet smoke show on the road.
Spring is just around the corner and that means Grilling Season will soon be upon us. Quit fooling around with that old kiddie grill and go big this season. Viking has teamed up with Frontgate to create a professional-quality stainless steel grill with all the tech features serious backyard chefs demand. It’s a massive 62” wide with a cooking surface of 836 square inches. That’s big enough for Brontosaurus burgers or a whole rack of Flintstone ribs.
Paul Junior of Orange County Chopper fame makes some pretty mean bikes. He took his knowledge of motorcycle design & roadtripping and created this custom portable grill with Coleman. This 2-burner LP gas grill features chrome accents and diamond plate side tables. It also folds right up to fit in your trunk. If you’re ready to take your “smoke show” on the road, the Paul Jr. grill is ready to roll.
To further abuse a worn and hackneyed marketing tagline, yes, there’s an app for that. Get your meat done right without having to mother over the grill. Tip a few back with your guests instead, letting this Bluetooth-enabled thermometer send updates to the iGrill app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Track temps and cooking times on the grill from anywhere in your house.
Have you ever grilled meatballs? Of course you haven’t. Because until you have a sturdy, stainless steel meatball griller, you’re just flattening them with the spatula & turning them into sliders. Nothing wrong with that really … but if you want balls, this makes balls.