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Five holiday gift ideas for grilling enthusiasts

The most thoughtful Christmas gifts are often ones that show a loved one that their hobbies and passions are supported. Check out the following gift guide to brighten up the season for grilling enthusiasts:

Hand cut steaks

From bone-aged rib-eyes to tender New York strip steaks, the Texas Roadhouse Butcher Shop is an ecommerce site specializing in restaurant-quality beef that any home cook will love to throw on the grill or stovetop.

With prices to suit all budgets, shoppers can order specific parts, which arrive in a plastic foam cooler, packed with dry ice and individually sealed, or opt for a gift card so recipients can make their own selections.

Each order includes preparation instructions and tips for defrosting and seasoning, grilling temperature and determining how cooked the steak is. The brand also offers recipes and resources on its site to guide gift recipients through making their own meals. For more information, visit trbutchershop.com. Use promo code GRILLGIFT15 for 15% off the order.

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A grill thermometer

Even the best cuts of meat can be compromised if not cooked to the ideal temperature. To help the gift recipient get perfectly grilled steaks and other meats every time, take the guesswork out of using a grill thermometer. Today’s high-tech options are connected to apps so chefs can leave the grill to focus on other food preparation tasks.

A personalized apron

Whether it’s a standard monogram, full name, slogan or other design, a personalized apron makes a great gift for home cooks and grill masters. Just make sure the choice is made of a material that conducts heat poorly and is durable, stain-resistant, low-maintenance, and has pockets of various sizes to hold mitts, tools, and other kitchen essentials. An adjustable neck strap and back strap can help ensure the apron fits as intended.

A tool rack

Quality grilling tools are only useful if the griller knows where they are. For easy organization, equip the gift recipient’s patio or deck with a mounted utensil rack where they can keep tongs, spatula, grill brush, and other essentials close at hand.

A portable BBQ

Let the recipient take the show on the road with a portable grill. Good for camping, tailgating and other adventures, lightweight designs travel well and set up in a snap. With charcoal and gas variants available, one can be sure that there is a model to suit the needs and preferences of the recipient.

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