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Stuff Dad’s Stocking With Grilling Accessories


 Football GrillEven though the weather in the Seattle area has been a bit nippy lately, it’s never too cold to barbecue!

We scoured Rich's Bellevue Showroom for some fun, low-cost grilling accessories you can use as stocking stuffers. Even your young ‘uns can afford to purchase something Dad will love (and we carry them at all five Rich's locations)

$2.99 - Disposable grill wipes – Keep your grill spotless without messing up kitchen sponges and towels (or using an entire roll of paper towels)

$7.50 - Collapsible mesh food tent – Stock up now and keep the bugs away from your food this summer.

$9.80 - Meat thermometer – Do you have one for your Christmas turkey or roast?

$7.99-12.99 - Assorted cloth grill mitts – Replace the old, grungy holey ones with bright sturdy mitts.

$10-20  - Cookbooks galore! The Barbecue Bible; Ribs, Ribs, Ribs, and BBQ USA

$17.99-25.90 - Digital pocket thermometer – several high-tech models to choose from.

Bug Zapper$18 - The Amazing Handheld Bug Zapper – You’ll have to wrestle this badminton racquet-shaped zapper away from your kids at the campground (trust me on this; I own one).

$20 - Grilling aprons – Several varieties and “manly” colors.

$24 - Silicone BBQ mitt – The latest in grill mitt technology (and ultra cool, besides).

Hotdog Roller $28 - Stainless steel hot dog roller – Grill your pups like a pro.

$35 - Fish basket – Something fishy? You bet! The fish basket makes it easy to grill salmon to perfection.

$41 - Golf Grill Tools – The 3-piece set includes a putter-shaped spatula, golf ball-shaped tongs, and a two-prong fork. Each 20-inch long tool has a soft-grip handle (just like on your golf clubs!)

 $99 – If you need a “big” gift for your favorite tailgater, consider The Football Grill (pictured above). Shaped like a football, this portable charcoal grill has a porcelain coating inside and out and 170 square inches of grilling space.

Even more Stocking Stuffers from Rich’s: