Happy Father’s Day! | Grilling Gifts for Your Barbecue-Loving Dad
Does your dad love to barbecue? If he’s anything like most dads, he sees the summer as an opportunity to spend his time over a grill, receiving acclaim for his excellence in cooked meats. This year, why not use Father’s Day as a chance to get him the perfect tools to fan his barbecue loving flames?
- A potato rack is an ingenious way to prep Dad’s favorite side dish. Who doesn’t love a good baked potato with their barbecue? With this rack from Williams Sonoma, you’ll be able to cook four perfect potatoes at a time.
- Think your dad has everything? Well, does he have a grill-cleaning robot? We didn’t think so! Grillbot is an automatic grill-cleaning robot that uses 3 high-powered electric motors controlling three removable brass wire brushes. It’s controlled by CPU chip technology and works at the touch of a button! You can recharge Grillbot by plugging it into the AC adaptors, and each wire brush can be cleaned in your dishwasher and is good for 100 uses.
- Even if your dad knows almost everything about grilling, he’ll still benefit from expert advice and tips. A copy of “Man Made Meals”, by TV host and cookbook author Steven Raichlen, is sure to be a hit! Author of classics like “Planet Barbecue”, “The BBQ Bible” and “BBQ USA”, Raichlen has established himself as a grill expert.
- Want to improve the grilling experience? Get Dad a GrillGrate. GrillGrate is a series of panels that interlock to create a new surface on your grill, whether you use gas or charcoal, and no matter the size or shape of your grill. By evening out temperature, they eliminate hot and cold spots and flare ups, and allow you to make better barbecue of all kinds.
What about when Dad doesn’t have time to stand over a hot grill? Great news! You can still have great barbecue, and it’s easier than you might think. Tony Roma’s succulent precooked barbecue is easy to prepare and can be on your table in about 20 minutes. To find Tony Roma’s at a grocery store near you, visit the store locator on our website. To connect with the online community, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and check out our mouthwatering Pinterest boards.