Tabulous Father’s Day Gift Guide~The Grommet Kitchen All-Stars

June 14, 2017

By Tab Byrum

It’s Day 3 of the Tabulous Gift Guide for Father’s Day and today we are sticking with The Grommet website but this time we’re moving to the kitchen, whether it’s inside or outside. I’ve found that if Dad is really interested in cooking then he’s probably a pretty good cook and of course Dads often make great outdoor chefs. Today we’re going to look at 5 items that would help Dad be an even better cook and are also fun, whether it’s lighting a fire or flipping the burgers here are some things gifts that will help it happen with lots of style. Enjoy!!!


We start today with the Anguerllo Watermelon Slicer and Server, this piece combines a knife and tongs that allow you to cut and grab a piece of watermelon in one simple movement. (via)

The Sportula lets Dad combine his love of cooking and his love for his favorite team into one great utensil. The Sportula is made from stainless steel with a maple handle and handy bottle opener on the handle’s end. The Sportula covers all the bases. (via)

These mean looking tools get the job done if you are shredding meat, the Meat Shredding Claws by Bear Claw Products are very sharp and also make them ideal for picking up large pieces of meat like briskets or turkeys. They can also be used for serving. (via)

Brooklyn Butcher Blocks creates some of the most beautiful cutting boards, whether it’s in the kitchen or on the patio these blocks will make cooking life easier and more enjoyable. Above we have the Table Holding Board, a piece on the bottom front edge helps keep the board from sliding. (via)

Last but not least we have the Bison Airlighter, a firestarter that allows you to do away with liquid starters, matches, and paper. The Bison Airlighter emits a 4 inch 2,600-degree flames and fans the flame with air to help start the fire. Perfect for the Dad who likes to grill with charcoal or Dad who loves the great outdoors. (via)

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