Gold Medal BBQ Gifts Under $200

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Here's the meat of the matter: plenty of gifts for BBQ lovers from inexpensive charcoal grill accessories to a full-size gas grill at an incredible price. All of these gifts are Gold Medal winners and range in price from $50 to $200. Click the links below to read our full reviews and check prices.

Small gray gas grill with shelves on both sides.
This Broil-Mate model is a throwback to the very first gas grills. This AmazingRibs.com Gold Medal Award winner has a cast aluminum cookbox which will last longer and retain and distribute heat way better than all those cheap, flimsy stainless steel gassers that are so popular in the big box stores. Read more...
GrillGrates Cast Aluminum Grate
GrillGrates (TM) are an amazing recent invention and I recommend them for gas grills and many pellet smokers. They have multiple benefits, the least of which is giving you better crusts and better flavor. Read more...
American wagyu brisket
The Snake River Farms American Wagyu brisket is the super premium brisket popular with the competition teams, but because it is slightly less marbled, but still far more marbled than most briskets, it does not have the Gold designation. If you love brisket and really want to wow your crowd, this is for you! Read more...
Work Sharp Ken Onion Edition Knife & Tool Sharpener
The Work Sharp Ken Onion Edition Knife & Tool Sharpener is a workhorse. This smartly designed electric sharpener can handle an amazing array of knives and blades and is easily adjustable to almost any blade angle. It's fairly inexpensive, too. Read more...
Need an inexpensive, no fuss, portable cooking surface? Welcome to short order cooking on the go. Blackstone's popular 17" Tabletop Griddle is great for camping, tailgating and RV use. Most people who buy this "liddle" griddle love it. We give it our AmazingRibs.com Gold Medal. Read more...
Black horizontal barrel grill with two small chimneys, mounted on a stand with four legs and two wheels.
Low cost gas grills are the instrument of choice for most residential outdoor cooks. We're always on the lookout for models that deliver a lot of bang for the buck. Grillin' Pro earns our Best Value Gold Medal for exceptional performance under $200. Not built to last, but it will out sear any comparably priced gasser. Read more...
Slow 'N Sear
For about $90 you can easily convert a standard Weber Kettle into a much better grill as well as a smoker capable of making restaurant quality smoked ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket, turkey, salmon, or whatever you want to smoke. Read more...
boos_board
Cook a turkey or prime rib or pork loin properly and you're going to end up with a lot of juice on your cutting board. If yours has only grooves, it's going to overflow and ruin the table cloth. Read more...
ThermoWorks IR-IND Industrial Infrared Review
Read our full review of the ThermoWorks IR-IND infrared and thermocouple probe thermometer that got a Gold Medal for quality and performance. Read more...
bakerstone pizza box and oven
Create perfect brick oven style pizza on the grill in less than 5 minutes with our highly rated Bakerstone grill insert. Bakerstone is a steel box that sits on a gas grill with the lid up. It is lined with cordierite and it has a simple airflow system that actually helps cook the top properly similar to a pizza oven. Read more...

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