If you are looking for that perfect last minute gift for Dad this Father’s Day, do him a favor. do NOT grab anything off the retail store displays that say “Perfect Gifts For Dad!” The “World’s Greatest Dad” BBQ apron may seem cool at first glance, but trust me, Dad will never use it.
Enter the Johnsonville Sizzling Sausage Grill. I have to admit, I was a little skeptical. I have always boiled my brats and thrown them on the grill to char. Also, I have another indoor grill product and it is a nightmare to clean. But having worked with Johnsonville in the past, I know the quality of their products and I never pass up an opportunity for a good brat.
Using the grill couldn’t be easier. The grilling trays are designed to accommodate the standard 5-pack of Johnsonville sausages and the slots are slightly curved to ensure a tight fit around each sausage. You’ll notice there is a temperature probe in slot 1, ensuring your sausages are cooked to the perfect temperature every time.
After placing the sausage in the grill, you simply close the lid and latch it, and press the red button on the front.
Once the temperature probe senses the correct internal temperature, the grill will beep and turn itself off. In as little as 15 minutes, you’ll get perfectly cooked sausages every time. While not having the usual char marks the grilling provides, I did notice the sausages were juicier than ones grilled outside.
Two buttons on the sides of the grill allow you pop out the upper and lower non-stick grilling trays for easy cleaning. Even better, both the grilling trays and the drip tray are dishwasher-safe, making clean-up a breeze.
While I will still cook sausages the traditonal way, the grill is perfect for those days when the weather doesn’t cooperate. It’s also portable making it perfect for tailgating and camping, assuming you have access to an electrical connection.
Suburban Men readers can get The Johnsonville Sizzling Sausage Grill for $79.98 by calling toll free at 1-800-610-4690 or by using the promo code “sizzle2” at SizzlingSausageGrill.com
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Johnsonville Sausage. The opinions and text are all mine.