Charcoal Companion Non-Stick Shaker Basket for Grilling with Rosewood Handle

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Published on: 06/11/2017
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Grilling fresh seasonal vegetable enhances their natural flavors, giving them a sweet, smoky character all their own. Place vegetables in non-stick Charcoal Companion Shaker Basket and using the Removable Handle place the basket on the grill. You can remove the handle to close the grill lid and quickly and easily reattach to "shake 'm up". The perfect accessory for every griller. Basket measures 7.25-inch by 11-inch by 3.5-inch

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