11 Gifts for the Griller Who Has Everything
What do you get the person who already has a legendary backyard barbecue setup? These handy products can help your favorite grill master go beyond typical BBQ in surprisingly delicious ways.
Stainless Steel Grill Basket
This square, high-walled grill basket ($25) makes it easy to grill cubed meat, shrimp and vegetable side dishes. It has a generous 14-cup capacity that makes it ideal for large gatherings, picnics and family meals.
Pizza Stone with Carry Rack
Why order pizza delivery when you can cook out? This pizza stone ($40) is designed for a grill—and for making crispy, thin-crust pizzas.
Stainless Steel Smoker Box
Looking for a flavor boost? This tricky little tin ($15) has lots of uses. Pair with wood chips or herbs for smoky flavor infusions. Or turn your entire grill into a smoker for outdoor taste you can enjoy indoors throughout the year.
Stuffed Burger Maker
Build a better burger. This radical burger round ($15) helps create burgers stuffed with your favorite ingredients. Beef burger stuffed with Swiss and grilled onions? Chicken burger with bacon and cheddar? How about a lamb burger stuffed with feta and mint? Buy a couple to speed up prep time.
The Ultimate Beef, Chicken and Pork Cookbook
Grilling’s not just for burgers anymore! Help your favorite cooks expand their expertise with these surprising recipes for grilled beef, chicken and pork. With the book’s tips for making classic dishes over an open flame, this could become your griller’s favorite go-to.
Bistro Sauce Pot
Say “see ya” to sloppy basting sauce containers or spilling your marinade on the way to the meat. The Bodum sauce pot ($46) is an airtight storage jar and basting brush all-in-one. The lid’s long handle serves as a brush, and since it’s made out of no-slip silicone, even gloved hands can keep their grip.
BBQ Grill Light
No light? No problem. Whether firing up the grill in the heat of summer or the dark chill of winter, this BBQ grill light ($30) can help. The universal clamp attaches to most grill hoods (except kettle style), the LED lights rotate up to 300 degrees and you can see your way to a perfect meal.
Thermapen Instant-Read Thermometer
To make sure that steaks are cooked to perfection—and food-safe temperatures—grill masters need a pro-grade meat thermometer. The Thermapen ($79) is what the cooks in our Test Kitchen use every day.
Pro-Grade Grill Apron
This durable grill apron ($30) is handcrafted from heavyweight cotton. It will keep clothes clean at the grill, and has a spot to hold all sorts of backyard barbecue tools, include a towel, cellphone and thermometer.
Ceramic Fajita Pan
The griller you love can use a fajita pan to make smoking Mexican-restaurant classics. The ceramic skillet is naturally nonstick and thermal shock-proof, so nothing will shatter. It also includes a wood serving platter to keeps kitchen counters and tabletops safe.
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