Slideshow: Gift Guide: For the Griller

Vintage Serving Tray
Vintage Serving Tray
When hosting a barbecue, you can never have enough serving trays. These vintage trays are especially great, since they can also double as wall art when not in use. Etsy; $14.99 and $30
Meat Magnets
Meat Magnets
Isn’t is so inconvenient how the fridge door hides that beautiful meat destined for the grill? Display your meaty pride upfront with this set of meat magnets for your fridge. Etsy; $8
Rub Shaker
Rub Shaker
The serious griller in your life probably makes his or her own barbecue rub, and this shaker is the perfect rub delivery system with adjustable holes that can handle everything from fine to coarsely ground spice mixtures. BBQ Pro Shop; $7.99
Meat Mitch BBQ Sauce and Rub
Meat Mitch BBQ Sauce and Rub
I do a lot of barbecue sauce reviewing on my blog, The Meatwave, and Meat Mitch sits a notch above the rest with its bold, but balanced flavor. You can’t go wrong with this gift of two sauces and a rub, ready to impart delicious barbecue flavor onto anything it touches. BBQ Pro Shop; $22.99
QUE Barbeque Cologne
QUE Barbeque Cologne
Wear that intoxicating mixture of smoke, meat, and spice all the time with Pork Barrel BBQ’s unique fragrance. I take no responsibility if it repels more than it attracts. Pork Barrel BBQ; $24.95
Pork Cuts Apron
Pork Cuts Apron
From guts to glory, keep a visual reminder of exactly what you’re cooking at all time. So where does sausage come from again? The Sweet Tooth; $35
Cast Iron Grates
Cast Iron Grates
The Craycort cast iron grate systems has been on my wishlist for years, and I finally got some this year. They require a little extra care than standard steel grates, but that work is well-rewarded with grates that retain heat exceptionally well, giving fantastic grill marks and an excellent sear. Craycort; $87.90 for 22 1/2” circular grate Also comes in 14 1/2” and 18 1/2”, and 26 3/4”