The domestic incompatibility that surged following the First World War popularized barbecuing among men. Marketed as a way to assimilate men back into family life through healthy domestic duties, barbecue companies began designing humorous aprons depicting hairy chests or spatulas with jagged edges to create a whole new masculine world for outdoor cooking.
BBQ culture has evolved a lot since then. Now, good BBQ is an art, and rarely well-executed one, but we’re aiming to change that. No more hotdogs and “mayochup.” With our selection of hamburger presses to fill and seal your beef with flavour and injectors to add a savoury kick to your poultry, you’ll quickly become the neighbourhood grill master with barbecued creations that appeal to all the senses. How’s that for outdoor cooking?