Barbecuing is, on its face, a very unsophisticated activity. Take meat, add fire. It's literally one of the oldest pastimes of our species. But that doesn't mean it can't receive an upgrade thanks to some cool gadgets.
Sure, sometimes you might want to just throw a couple steaks on the grill and see what happens. You know, just see where that road takes you. You're a free man, and nobody is going to tell you how to grill a damn steak. Maybe you don't cook it just right, but hey, the beers were still cold and you got to define the lines on your sexy farmer's tan.
But someday you'll wake up, look at your brilliantly bronzed forearms and alabaster abs in the mirror, and say "you know what? I deserve better than this." And on that day, you'll be ready for the iGrill by iDevices. The iGrill comes with support for up to four temperature probes to be inserted right into the cold center of your soon-to-be prize steaks. From there, the digital display will tell you the exact internal temperature of those steaks, and if you want, send all that information right to your iPhone.
The probes are built to sit there, staring into the heart of the flames like some magnificent supernatural being for as long as it takes. And that's because they were built with competition-level barbecue in mind. That's right, there's such a thing as competition-level barbecue. And if you just found out there's such a thing, it's probably not what you've been up to this whole time. You've been doing arts-and-crafts barbecue. It's time to discover German engineering-grade barbecue.
$99.95 at Amazon.com