August 16, 2006
Grill season is almost over (so sad). But if you have been plagued by smoke from the grill all summer, you may want to consider a grill fan. The fan runs on batteries and can be aimed over the grill to blow smoke away. The typical battery life is 4-5 hours. It can clip on to any shelf up to 1" thick.
August 7, 2006
If you want to do some late-night grilling, you may need a light. This BBQ light is heat-resistant. It has a flexible arm to extend across the grill and includes a clip to attach to the grill.
June 14, 2006
If you are grilling ribs (yum), this rack can save you some space on the grill and make cleanup a little easier. It is 7 by 11, made out of nonstick metal, and holds five ribs.
At Rib Rack
June 2, 2006
Grilling fish on a plank is great way to add a smokey flavor to your fish. This plank comes with a handy plank holder, so you can grill the fish on the plank and then insert the plank in the holder and transfer to the table. The set includes one holder and four cedar grilling planks.
May 30, 2006
Memorial Day is over, so grilling season has officially begun. If you take particular pride in your grilled steaks, you may want to brand them, so your dinner guests will remember who made them for you. The 11 1/2" long iron is made in Texas for added authenticity and comes with a 14" high, wall-mount rack for storage.
April 27, 2006
You can't help but be a badass griller with these utensils. The set includes a turner, tongs, and a fork. They have extra long handles and a rubber grip. In addition, there is a built in bottle opener. And how can you turn down a grill set where one of the "benefits" is the "unique flame design?"
March 29, 2006
Forget that boring horizontal grilling; vertical is the way to go. You can cook gyros, kabobs, sausages, and poultry in this grill. The grill alternates heating to 120 degrees and cooling down (sounds like you don't want to use this if you are in a rush to eat). Supposedly results in tender and healthier meat. I don't think you want to try a hamburger on this grill, though. :-)
At Brands on Sale
March 28, 2006
I'm ready for summer to get here, so we can get the grill going. This looks like a good device for grilling corn. It is adjustable to hold different size corncobs and holds four at a time.
March 13, 2006
Tired of grilling with boring straight skewers? Try out this curved skewer. The curve allows it to fit nicely on a plate, though it looks like you could only get one skewer per plate.
February 1, 2006
I'm not crazy about the name, but this looks like an interesting tool. I never knew I needed anything besides tongs or a spatula to flip food, but after watching the video on their website, I'm convinced. :-) The PigTail allows food on a grill or in a skillet to be turned over with a quick flip of the wrist, wthout scraping up grease like spatula or releasing juices like a fork. They have a 19 inch one and and a 12 inch one. According to the product description, the pigtail can handle almost anything from an 8 lb.rack of ribs to hot dogs, steaks, chicken, bacon, French toast, shrimp, and vegetables.
At Pig Tail Food Flipper