The weather is warming up which also means it’s nearing BBQ season. If you plan on doing some grilling on the road, at tailgates, or simply have a small balcony to cook on – check out the Weber Smokey Joe Grill. This portable charcoal grill weighs less than ten pounds and can cook up to 6 burgers at a time (or three steaks). Regardless of it’s size, the grill is still built with Weber quality, including porcelain enameled coating and a triple nickel-plated grate. Plus, Weber throws in their recipe book with the grill.
Whether you’re having some friends over for a BBQ or simply just enjoying some fresh air – being able to play your favorite tunes in your backyard or patio always adds a great touch. To avoid dragging wires through windows or moving a portable sound system every time you want some music outside, install some permanent outdoor speakers. These Yamaha NS-AW350W outdoor speakers come in a pair, each housing a 6.5″ subwoofer and 1″ dome tweeter that are magnetically shielded and water resistant. Perfect to mount under your roof overhang, they’ll make a great addition to your outdoor space.
With Memorial Day weekend fast approaching, we thought it fitting to squeeze in another BBQ related post. The fine folks at Two Fat Guys Gourmet BBQ Sauce sent Frachelli a jar of their “Smoky” flavored Barbecue Sauce. The result was finger-licking, as it was one hell of a tasty BBQ sauce. Also available from Two Fat Guys are Mild, Spicy, and Lava Hot flavors – check them out on ilovetwofatguys.com
Well, it’s that time of year again, summer is upon us and it’s time to barbecue. If you only have a small patio or need to take your grilling on the road, check out this portable Propane Grill by Weber. The grill folds up making it easy to transport, yet still allows for a 189 square inch cooking surface. With a push-button ignition system you’ll be grilling steaks, burgers, hot dogs, and all your other favorite savory BBQ delights in no time. Also great for tailgating and camping.
Sometimes it’s just the little things that make life better, like adding some awesome BBQ sauce to your favorite meats. Tonight I whipped up some chicken cutlets and doused them in Sweet Baby Ray’s Sweet ‘n Spicy Barbecue sauce – and I’m still rubbing my belly in delight. Sweet Baby Ray’s is award winning BBQ sauce and all you need to do is squeeze some on your meat to make it tangy, sweet, juicy, and delicious.
The 4th of July may have passed, but there’s still plenty of tasty BBQ to be had this year. If you’re limited on space or need a grill to take on the road, this Element portable gas grill by Fuego is a great option. It folds up and locks for secure transporting and even features a nifty shoulder strap. Ideal for tailgates and camping trips, the 159 sq inches of cast iron grill space will cook your zesty meal at and adjustable range of 350-650° F. Compatible with 16.4 or a 14.1 LP gas canisters, it even features a push start ignition – so you won’t have to fuss with matches.
Imagine the sensational aroma and taste of fresh, hot pizza from the local pizzeria joint—yum! After all, that’s about the only place you won’t find big industrial ovens: only small, brick ones and friendly service to boot.
The Grill-Top PizzaQue Stone is a nifty little pizza-grilling innovation that—while it may not totally recreate that old-world style charm of that little Italian joint—cooks pizza, bread, calzones, and more using a porous clay slab of ceramic stone. In addition, the PizzaQue Stone comes with a detachable stainless base with temperature gauge built….
Cooking steaks on the grill is practically a national pastime. From tasty food, cold beer, and good friends that usually accompany the affair—it’s one of the most preferred methods (especially among men) for entertaining and feeding guests.
And could getting everyone’s steak precisely as-ordered possibly be any easier than with the La Table Steak Button Thermometer set of meat thermometers? Doubtfully. Included in this nifty little set are four stainless steel and….
You can still do plenty of grilling this summer even if you don’t want to shell out nearly a grand for a rig like the Weber Genesis. Cooking on charcoal has it’s own benefits and this 22.5″ diameter Weber grill will get the job done. It’s aluminum legs are rust-resistant and have an ash catcher attached for your convenience. A one-touch cleaning system allows you to empty the ash in seconds without getting your hands dirty. For $90 bucks you can BBQ for many summers to come. Enjoy chicken, burgers, steaks, sausages, and more!