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Grilling Greatness - Grilling - BBQ - Marinating - Cooking Gift Basket
$99.99
Grilling Greatness - Grilling - BBQ - Marinating - Cooking Gift Basket
Who says you can?t cook like Emeril or Wolfgang Puck in your own backyard? Our Grilling Greatness Gift Basket is full of items that will transform any ordinary backyard chef into a culinary celebrity! Inside they'll find everything from cedar grilling planks and to grilling skewers, to sauces marinades and rubs. Award-winning products from great names like Stonewall Kitchen, Fire & Flavor, Rothschild Farms and more are all featured in our BBQ gift baskets, and you will definitely taste the difference when using these incredible cooking enhancers.? Fire up that grill now and achieve Grilling Greatness today with this great gift basket from our grilling gift baskets collection!
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Old Fashioned Bacon Candy
$5.99
Old Fashioned Bacon Candy
"Close your eyes, and think back to long ago. You'd go over to grandma's house. There'd be a little jar on the table with treats, and you were always allowed to have one. Such great memories. Until that time, you took something from the OTHER jar, and grandpa chased you around to get his teeth back. Well, time to bring those memories (the candy, not the teeth) back with these Old Fashioned Bacon Candy. See, Old Fashioned Bacon Candy look just like those candies grandma shared with you - except these candies taste like bacon. And they come in a delightfully retro tin you can display on your coffee table or desk. Eat the Old Fashioned Bacon Candy one by one, and savor the taste of bacon while recollecting a calmer, gentler time. Or eat them all at once, what do we care. We just know you'll love these Old Fashioned Bacon Candy - so there. Pffft. For nutrition information, click here. Old Fashioned Bacon Candy They look like old fashioned candy in an old fashioned tin - but they taste like bacon (the candy, not the tin). A sweet and smoky bacon treat to delight your taste buds. Each candy is individually wrapped. Tin shows you where bacon candy comes from. Approx. 12 candies per tin (it's filled by weight, so can vary just a tad). Tin Dimensions: 3.25"" x 2.5"" x 2"""
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Fridge Magnet Bottle Opener
$19.99 $9.99
Fridge Magnet Bottle Opener
"Locating the bottle opener, aka ""church key"", can be a real drag especially if you've already thrown back a few. Wandering around the kitchen, looking inside 4 or 5 drawers and making that bottle opening motion with you hands while you mumble incoherently to yourself. The Fridge Magnet Bottle Opener magically sticks to the front of your fridge and can open any bottle with ease. It's fashioned from a plate of shiny stainless steel with a rubber magnetic backing. You will no longer be searching around for that elusive opener, since this one doesn't move. The design lets you easily open a bottle using just one hand, helping you look extra smooth, even if you're having trouble successfully operating both of your legs."
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The Ex - Unique Knife Set and Holder
$79.99
The Ex - Unique Knife Set and Holder
We'll get right to the point with this product - it's a wicked cool design for a knife holder and certainly a lot more edgy than the standard old block of wood. We're not sure who the designer might have been thinking of when he created this but we definitely like the results. And it includes five knives!. This unique artistic knife holder is made of heavy duty ABS plastic and will be the talk of the party! It's an innovative knife suspension system with individual protective knife sleeves for each blade. The five knives are made from heavy gauge durable stainless steel. The slots are magnetized to secure knives in the holder. Overall, we'd say The Ex Knife Set is very cutting edge!
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Swashbuckling BBQ Sword
$24.99
Swashbuckling BBQ Sword
For millions of years, humans have gathered around the fire to keep warm. One enterprising early hominid stored his haunch of wildebeest too close to the flames, and came away with an unexpectedly juicy and delicious roast 'beest. In subsequent attempts to replicate this magic "cooking" process, however, those cavemen tried holding the meat over the fire with their hands. Several debilitating burns later, they learned to hold the meat over the flames with green sticks...
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