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Today I am sharing a fun Father’s Day Grill Gift Basket that is so easy to make. If you are looking for a quick idea for dad, grab some grilling essentials and a cute basket and you will have a bbq Father’s Day gift in minutes. I have included a handful of affiliate links at the bottom of the post for your shopping convenience.
When preparing a Gift Basket I tend to fill a basket, bucket or box. Something that can be easily carried works the best.
Tip: If using a basket or bucket, try using two different sizes. For example, I used a serving platter styled tray to accompany the deeper larger basket which holds most of the items.
Father’s Day Grill Gift Basket (shop by clicking the text or image below)
Grilling resource guide:
Basket – to hold items or be used as a serving platter (larger bottom basket)
Meat tenderizer – for steaks, chops, veal, chicken breast and a variety of other meats
Grill basket – works great when cooking veggies, fish or anything small that will fall through standard grill grates
Burger press – Makes stuffed burgers, sliders and regular patties
Barbecue tongs – perfect for flipping or moving meat
In addition to the above essentials, a tablecloth, condiment containers, cute plastic food baskets, napkins, seasonings, skewers, BBQ sauces are all perfect complimentary items for a grill gift basket. Sometimes I just pick up cute things that are relative to the theme of the gift basket and before I know it, I have enough to fill a box, pail or basket. If you have empty pockets, fill with coordinating tissue paper. Tissue paper is a gift baskets best friend! Many of these items were purchased at Homegoods. This post contains affiliate links for your shopping convenience.
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