Sure, anybody can have a few friends over and throw some burgers on the grill. But today we’re here to show you how to take your backyard BBQ to the next level. And don’t worry, our tips won’t break the bank!
It’s BBQ season, y’all! Gather your friends and family and make the most of the warm summer nights. With these outdoor entertaining essentials from Fab— the go-to online destination for amazing, curated modern design goodies — your summer soirées will go off without a hitch!
Summer is coming, which means lots of time outdoors, picnics, BBQs, and festivities! All these events? They mean cold beverages better be at-the-ready. Check out this clever upcycled drink carrier!
Most glass bottle six packs (beer or soda) come in a collapsible cardboard container. Before you throw it away or recycled it, consider upcycling it into a reusable, fabric-covered carrier! Victoria from A Subtle Revelry has all the deets on making your own — check it out!
If you’re like me, you associate the slow-cooker with brisk weather. Why is that? Because, really, balmy weather is the perfect time to embrace your Crock-Pot. Why is that? It doesn’t heat up the kitchen! They’re also great for BBQ’s, sans the Webber Kettle. Just take a look at these tasty recipe titles rounded up by Robin Shreeves of Mother Nature Network.
I’m a little late to the party on this one, as it would have been perfect for summer grilling on the deck/patio/balcony….but…better late than never. Besides being a perfect carry-all for BBQs, it could also come in handy around the house. To make one, you’ll need the following:
Just in time for summertime fun is Pottery Barn’s new Portable BBQ Grill. Perfect for the beach, the lightweight, stainless steel grill has a convenient carrying handle that hides away when it’s weenie time. Available through their catalog or website, the grill will set you back $39.
Hey, check out the little man with the big weenie! The stainless steel stick figure ($15) could be just the thing for your next barbeque or tailgate party as he’ll keep your hotdogs and sausages far enough away from the coals to prevent burnt kabobs. And this guy isn’t a one trick pony either; his other appendages are useful too, as you can use his arms to roast peppers or mushrooms. Via Greenhead.