The dive watch adopted for BBQs. The GrillTimer watch has flipping guides for popular grilled food. Align the chosen food’s silver dot to the minute hand and the red dot at the end of the line will tell you when to flip your food.
The Jag Grill is a grill, dining table and fire pit in one. It seats and serves up to eight people. Each grill has a side door and its main parts – the dome, wooden platforms and fire pit – are removable for easy cleaning and storage.
Invented by Peter Wachtel, the Stake is an all-in-one BBQ tool that replaces the three most commonly used cooking implements: tongs, spatula and fork. Made of stainless steel and wood.
A grill that works with gas or electric cooktops to bring that smokey delicious flavor indoors using a layer of lava rocks – letting you BBQ without setting off the smoke detector like we always do.
This luxurious floating dining room offers a built-in charcoal grill, seating for 10 adults and a retractable 11′ diameter sun umbrella. Also has an electric motor for cruises through calm waters.
We are getting a laugh out of this goofy Cthulhu weenie roaster; even though he looks more like the Punisher than the H.P. Lovecraft character, the encased meat beard looks pretty dapper.
The meat lover in your life might enjoy Pork Barrel BBQ’s Que Cologne, an (allegedly) intoxicating bouquet of spices, smoke, meat, and sweet summer sweat. They’ve got a goofy ad too.
The cleanly styled Manhattan gas barbeque grill features a wood countertop, 2 separate cooking zones, adjustable burner, storage space, stainless steel grill cover and integrated roller wheels.
The nozzle on every bottle of Dave’s Gourmet Adjustable Heat Hot Sauce has a lid that controls the mixture of two sauces stored in the bottle. This is just a good party game waiting to happen.
This space-saving wall mount barbecue from Focus has a folding steel firebowl, offers a range of cooking heights, is easy to mount and can be used several times without having to empty out the ash.