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Grill Daddy Pro Grill Brush

Grill Daddy Pro Grill Brush

From beef to okra, grilling is the single best way to coax flavor from food. Unfortunately, getting your grill really clean has presented somewhat of a problem, until now. Just fill the handle of the Grill Daddy Pro Grill Brush ($23) with tap water, and the heat from the grill warms the water inside the Daddy to create steam that works with the stainless-steel bristles to blast away baked-on food, debris, and grease. It's safe to use on porcelain, steel, and even cast-iron grills, cleaning the mess without scratching. The Daddy is dishwasher safe, and has a hook for hanging on the side of the grill for storage.

  • Kingsford Competition Briquets

    The weather has turned warm, and that means it's time to break out the grill. And with the Kingsford Competition Briquets you'll grill like an expert even if it's your first time behind the fire. These cook-off quality briquets combine the higher heat you'd expect from lump charcoal with the long-lasting and consistent burn you're used to from traditional briquets, perfect for a quick sear or a slow BBQ. Available in 12-pound ($10) and 16.5-pound ($17) bags. It's time to show ol' boy next door whose grilling skills are superior.

  • Blitzgrill

    The Radius Blitzgrill ($600) is perfect when you need to grill but don't have the space for a full-size or permanent installation, or when you're catering an impromptu, shotgun-style wedding. Available in black, red, or green, and ready in only five minutes, this gas powered, stainless steel grill has a fabric cover and a cast-iron grill plate that's removable and easy to clean. Remember, only flip your steaks once.