This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Grate Chef, Inc.. All opinions are 100% mine.
We grill all the time in the summer. Actually we grill pretty much year round, weather permitting, but definitely kick it up a notch in the summertime. Did you know that grilling actually saves energy versus using a stove and pots and pans, which of course saves money? Win! My husband is the grill master in our house and we just recently discovered Grate Chef products which are awesome grilling accessories that make grilling easier and more fun.
Our favorite are these Grill Wipes. They’re really easy to use and not only do they clean the grill quickly, they also lightly oil the grates which helps to keep food from sticking and makes better grill marks which is, for my husband, the mark of success.
Check out this video to see how they work. Incredibly easy!
Another Grate Chef product that we haven’t tried yet but I’d like to is the Flare Down. We made burgers on the grill over Father’s Day weekend and wow, the flare ups from the grease dripping down! Yikes. This is an awesome product that bumps up the grilling safety factor, something I like.
Here’s a video to show you how to this works. Pretty cool and I love that it’s all natural and safe to use near your food.
Grate Chef products are designed for the backyard griller. This isn’t some fancy stuff that specialty chefs use. This is for us! They’re easy to use and work on all kinds of grills, gas, electric, and charcoal. We love to use our charcoal grill and broke that out over Memorial Day weekend. It’s fun and my Dad gave it to us which makes it special. These Fire Starters are perfect for a charcoal grill because you don’t need lighter fluid. I hate the taste of that in my food and even just the smell it makes when it burns. Yuk. These are just what you need for a camping cookout!
Check out all of the Grate Chef products and learn more on their website. I am loving these as a gift idea for my husband! You can buy online and check the store locations that sell them too. You can pick them up at your local Lowes, Home Depot, even my local grocery store carries them.
Then get out there and get your grill on!