Hey everyone! We got mail! Grill Master's sent us a cool box of goodies. I am so excited to share what's in this month's box!
This is a packed box! When I first opened the package I was actually surprised at how much was inside. These aren't small sample sizes. They products are full sized.
The first thing I found inside was a bag of gourmet wood chips. Ours are the hickory flavor and I like that they are made in the USA in Osceola, Mo. And they smell sooooo good. Wood smoking is a pretty cool way to infuse flavor into your meal without artificial additives. So this is awesome.
Italian Topper and Mild BBQ sauce
These are full sized bottles!! That's great, I like that. Many of these monthly boxes only have a small size and it leaves me feeling like I only have one chance to try them out and I don't want to waste it. But I like that these are in a size that you can use a little or a lot.
The BBQ sauce is Gluten-Free, Vegan, and organic. I am happy about that. The Italian topper is garlic, cheese, and onion. That could be yummy on a few things! Alright, that's a good bottle.
What are these crazy gloves??
Heat resistant BBQ gloves… hmmm. That could be useful. Instead of using tongs and watching in terror as your food that you have worked hard to cook slips out of them and onto the ground or into the fire, these are a nice grasp and you can make sure you don't pinch them and break tender fish apart. Nice! Water-proof, dishwasher safe, and heat-resistant. Alright, that's darn cool!
I like it!
Grill Master's boxes are great for the cost and a good chance to try new products that you might not see in the grocery stores. I love the idea of giving this for Father's Day or to someone who is an avid grill master. They have monthly give-aways in their Facebook group along with recipes, videos, and questions from other users.
I definitely have this on my gift list. I can think of a few people that I know would really like the monthly surprise. Yeah, I like it. This is a good one. What I like especially is that I was concerned that if you aren't a meat eater, like myself, that it wouldn't be a good fit. But everything here can be used on veggies, tofu, ect. And I did speak with one of the heads of the company and they love feedback about what you want to see in your boxes.
Random thoughts and side notes:
For my vegan and veggie readers, I asked about being vegetarian and I loved the great suggestions about how to swap out with the included recipes and also sending them dialog about keeping it meat-neutral even though grilling seems like a meat heavy niche.
For those of you interested, they also have an ambassador program where you can earn by referring others. You can find more info about that here.
So that's my review of Grill Master's Club. Tell me what you think? If you try them, we would love to hear your thoughts!