GRILL IN STYLE
Portable Kitchen Charcoal Grills and Smokers are well-known across the country for their quality and durability, so it was a sad day when they stopped production in the mid-70s. For years, owners guarded their beloved PK Grills, often passing them from parent to child, resulting in decades of use. In the late 90s, a resident of Little Rock fired up the grill once more, purchasing the name and again manufacturing the beloved grill.
The Grill Brush
When it’s all said and done, home chefs need a tool that will keep their grill clean as new. This brush’s bristles are made of hemp, so when a bristle is lost it simply burns up and fades away—instead of possibly contaminating food.
The Pizza Stone
This stone distributes heat and absorbs moisture, making for a gorgeous crust on homemade pizza.
This Tel-tru thermometer is accurate to +/- 1%, guaranteeing your meat stays at exactly the desired temperature.
Made with stainless-steel construction and durable hinging, a good set of tongs can grip the most delicate of vegetables or the thickest slabs of meat.