Father’s Day Giveaway! Rosle Stainless Steel Grilling Set! And the winner is…….

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Made of 18/10 stainless steel, this is not your average set of grilling tools!

Thanks to all that contributed and entered this giveaway. You guys rock and I wish I could have given away more as there were some really great entries….AND THE WINNER IS: Brian Mumper and his Daughter Kate who also left a comment on my blog. Kate is 9 and she and her dad grill and cook together and that is super awesome! Kate has been reading my blog since a few weeks ago when I met her dad in Memphis and she is officially my youngest reader (that I know of). It is super cool that Brian is teaching his daughter to grill and cook at a young age! You grill girl!

Here is the comment and recipe that Kate provided in her comment to win the grilling set:

From Kate…“Hi! I'm Kate (as you know), and I'm 9. :) I like to cook with my Dad! He’s the bomb and loves to grill. When he does he makes big (but not too big) meals. Like, for an entrée he would cook meat (ribs, steak, pork, chicken, etc.) for appetizers he would cook veggies and other things, too (buffalo turds, squash, zucchini, etc.). Then for dessert he would grill peaches, and put on vanilla ice cream. My favorite part is being his sous chef!

The thing we do most often is stuffed mushrooms They are very good and I stuff them! In fact, here's the recipe!

Ingredients
1. 1 pack stuffing mushrooms
2. bread crumbs, shredded cheese of choise, and real bacon bits

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m>How to:

Pull the stems out of the mushrooms and place mushroom caps on a plate.
Stuff with bacon bits, then cheese, then bread crumbs. Lightly pepper.
Next, grill them over medium for 15 minutes (until bread crumbs brown). There – you have your stuffed mushrooms YUM!

Happy Father’s Day!!!

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Father's Day is around the corner (June 18th) and it's time to show Dad how much you care. This Rosle Grilling Set is the perfect way to tell him you think he rocks! This is not your average set of grilling tools!

About the Goods:

“The Rösle brand stands for style in the kitchen and dining ambient. We are a manufacturer renowned for functional solutions and an emphasis on timeless design. 18/10 stainless steel – superior quality, hardwearing and user-friendly material – is used in production…”

This stainless steel grilling set includes a BBQ Turner, Brush and Tongs. This giveaway is $105 retail value.

How To Win:

Please leave me a comment on my blog on why your dad is the bomb. OR, please tell me, as a Dad, what you would grill for your family with this set or what your favorite dish is to grill with your family. Best comment/most awesome in my humble opinion will win the giveaway. If you have a twitter account, please follow me @grillgrrl and help spread the word about this giveaway! :)

Best entry will get the grilling set for your Dad/yourself (depending on who enters).

Contest Starts June 6th and runs until Thursday, June 9th. (perfect timing to get it in the mail to you!)

Good luck and I look forward to seeing what you come up with!!

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21 Responses to Father’s Day Giveaway! Rosle Stainless Steel Grilling Set! And the winner is…….

  1. Kevin June 6, 2011 at 8:44 am #

    My favorite thing to grill for the family is burgers and dogs. But they also really enjoy just about anything I put on the smoker like pork butt, ribs, pork loin and chops!

  2. Jason Reynolds June 6, 2011 at 10:36 am #

    I am thinking that grill brush is exactly what I am needing. Little concerned the flipper has too short of a handle, but would love to try it out.

    My dad rocks because grilling was a part of almost every spring, summer, and fall weekend for us growing up in Texas. Early on it was charcoal only… with bits of wood he soaked in a bucket for smoke. Around 8 is when he started teaching me the ways of the grill. Flipping, tonguing, sticking (carefully and strategically)- and I remember doing a lot of the cleanup back then.

    As I got older we moved to gas cooking the burgers and dogs, and charcoal cooking a the same time for gizzards and steaks. Then dad graduated me into smoking with a big barrel smoker at the same time as grilling. During those weekends the whole neighborhood in our super small Texas town would come over and get some grub… or I would be asked by dad to deliver some to the neighbors down the street. It was social, family, and sharing all wrapped into a learning experience called “go help dad”.

    The days, as I sneak up on 40 years old, the experience is much the same when I go home to see mom and dad. Now, “Go help dad” means I do the cooking and dad does the observing, but the shared time together with his one-a-month cigar in one hand and a utensil in the other hasn’t changed much. And these days it’s my turn to put my three daughters to work learning the way I learned; one step at a time.

  3. Lee M. June 6, 2011 at 11:06 am #

    Burgers and dogs, of course, are always enjoyed by family and friends. However, what I enjoy grilling the most is something new that I have not tried before. I love to branch out and try different things – it’s the best way to learn and improve upon my skills. I’ve made ‘flank’ type steaks by slicing a London Broil along the top thin; they were excellent with the soy/honey based marinade I soaked them in. I tried a tri-tip for the first time a month or so ago; was delicious with a light smokey flavor from the hickory chips I threw on the coals. Eperimentation is definitely my favorite thing to whip up on my grill.

  4. Kristen June 6, 2011 at 11:14 am #

    My granddad is “DA BOMB” and I believe deserves this set, because he is the greatest man I know. He is a retired DC Firefighter and is currently a KCBS judge. He took both my sister and I into his home when we became unemployed from a company shut down earlier this year, not even thinking twice about it. We are extremely spoiled now, because he cooks us amazing meals and always trying new recipes. I recently became ill and in the hospital due to gallbladder disease and ever since then he has done his research on foods that I can and can not eat. Every night when I come home from work he has a new meal ready for me that is delicious and that I am able to eat, because it is sooo difficult to find or make something good and/ or edible with this disease. He is the glue that holds my entire family together and really deserves the best this father’s day. I think this set would go perfectly with his big green egg which he uses daily! Thanks Robyn for having this contest and blog! I love following you on here :)

  5. Robyn June 6, 2011 at 11:18 am #

    Jason, I look forward to you teaching your girls how to grill too! ;)

  6. Robyn June 6, 2011 at 11:24 am #

    Thanks Kristen! :)

  7. Larry D June 6, 2011 at 12:28 pm #

    This Father’s Day will find me preparing several racks of ribs on the grill. My wife and daughter are looking forward to me using new techniques (secret) learned at the PigOut N’ Deerfield BBQ contest. I’ll be creating a new sauce that includes cherry coke, cayenne pepper and mango…can’t wait to try the results!

  8. Sarah E. Needleman June 6, 2011 at 1:25 pm #

    My dad is “da bomb” because he’s taught me many important lessons throughout my life, from how to ride a bike and drive a car to making tough decisions about college and the workplace. Whenever I’d go away from home, he’d remind me, while holding his forefinger in the air, that it only takes one mistake, one foolish move, for it all to come to an end. I’ve heeded those words even when I was greatly tempted to take a chance on something my friends were pressuring me to do but that I knew deep down might be harmful. His honesty and unconditional love is why I am the confident, happy and determined woman I am today.

  9. Robyn June 6, 2011 at 2:48 pm #

    Sounds like a great dad Sarah. :)

  10. Aileen June 6, 2011 at 5:28 pm #

    Growing up I never thought my dad was the bomb. He can’t fix anything (my training wheels on my bike were always crooked), he couldn’t ever find the address when driving me to the party (pre-GPS circa) and he dropped me on my head when I was 3 (evidence on X-ray). Even though we lived in South Florida, we never grilled. He probably would’ve let the house catch on fire. He would’ve found a use for the grilling utensils to do maintenance on the car…
    But as an adult, I’ve realized that he tried his best and gave it all he got– just didn’t quite work out all the time.
    He is the best with my two girls: he used to make homemade baby food for them when they were infants, babysits cheerfully on the fly and picks them up at school and taxis them to activities.
    I don’t know what I would do without him and feel blessed to call him DAD! We did finally buy him a grill, which my husband is now in charge of for backyard activities.

  11. Dave~ June 6, 2011 at 6:13 pm #

    First of all, Larry…I’m with you! Ribs are MY favorite! And that new sauce you mentioned sounds awesome! I know a few home made sauces that I really like. But to be honest, they were all created by other grill masters that I follow and admire. Anyway, when I’m grilling for my family, their absolute favorite would have to be my spicy, sweet, sticky, juicy, chicken thighs. Their WAY messy, and WAY yummy! (if I do say so myself) And what’s better for Fathers Day really, than being praised and loved and apreciated by your smiling, BBQ sauce covered, well fed family? To all the Dads out there…Have a Wonderfull Fathers Day!!

  12. Liz Taylor June 6, 2011 at 8:50 pm #

    My dad has passed, but he was da bomb griller!! He started my love of grilling. I can remember him out on the ole charcoal Weber in the middle of winter, covered in snow, cookin up some brats! We are from Chicago, so brats are a MUST!! He would probably frown on our gas grill, but at least it’s a Weber! I’m sure he would be proud of how his girl can rock a great steak on that baby!! I always miss him this time of year and wish we could have a brat and a beer together again.

  13. Kristi S June 6, 2011 at 10:36 pm #

    I have to be honest when I say that the only food I have seen my Dad prepare is grilled meats…. and that he has mastered! I would love to win this grill set to give him for Father’s Day!

  14. John Jacobi June 6, 2011 at 10:44 pm #

    wow those tongs look like a piece of art…very impressive! i can just seem them gently grabbing a butt from my egg after its been on there low & slow for 12+ hours….

    the hardest part about having these sweet tools in my house is that my 2.5 year old son will think they are even more awesome then I do and use them as toys!

  15. Sharon June 6, 2011 at 11:20 pm #

    My dad is the bomb because he taught me so many things but especially about Doing A Thing Right. At seven years old (45 years ago) he had me scrubbing his whitewalls with Brillo and washing his truck ….and then enduring a walk-around inspection. Yep, every spot I’d missed had to be gone over and he did this all with good humor and gentleness, yet the lessons he taught me took well and have now all been instilled in my own (grown) kids.

  16. Robyn June 7, 2011 at 12:38 pm #

    Aileen, your dad sounds awesome. Would love to meet him sometime! :) Invite me over the next time you grill!

  17. Robyn June 7, 2011 at 12:39 pm #

    Liz, that is super awesome that your dad taught you to grill! You grill girl! :)

  18. Johna June 8, 2011 at 5:21 pm #

    I have a very special “Dad”. He has taken not only myself & my sister into to his home over the last 12 years but countless others who were in need of a home & a GREAT meal! Dad always grills extra & no one ever goes hungry, no matter how many show up. He has taken in homeless children, autistic & mentally ill adults & even his wifes ex husband! Anyone who needs a bed & a meal is welcome. In the 12 years I have been in my dads home I have NEVER heard him complain once. He is definitely special gift & deserves one for Fathers Day!

  19. Nick June 8, 2011 at 7:40 pm #

    My Dad knows his way around the grill, but when I think of Father’s Day and grilling I think of my departed grandpa. As a child I remember going to the butcher with him and staring in awe as he picked out several steaks (that I swear were bigger than my head) and a big bag of potatoes. The potatoes got cubed and put in tin foil with onion, seasonings and butter (lots of butter, I think) and went on the grill while he seasoned up the filets or strips or whatever looked good that day. We sat out on the dock and fished or threw the tennis ball in the lake so his german shepherd would go after it again and again.

    When my Dad and I get to see each other these days, the menu is the same. But our new dog is scared of water. :)

  20. Brian June 8, 2011 at 9:50 pm #

    Hey Robyn – Great way to celebrate Father’s Day and your relationship with your dad! Gorgeous grilling tools!

    My dad always grilled, but was very traditional in his cookout fare. I started pushing it and learning more exciting and various recipes and techniques about 10 years ago as a better way to add flavor to healthy cooking. I have been pretty well hooked and now grill and/or smoke year round. My favorite thing to cook for the family is a full meal on the grill… pork tenderloin, corn on the cob, grilled veggies, and maybe a dessert. My 9 year old daughter Kate has really started enjoying watching food network and taste testing new recipes. Over the last year or two I have shown her some basic knife skills and she now ALWAYS helps out – basic prep, measuring, applying rubs, etc. I told her about your blog when I was in Memphis and she has been reading it for nearly a month and asked that she be able to add to this entry…

    From Kate…”Hi! I`m Kate (as you know), and I`m 9 (man, you knew that, too :). Anyway, I like to cook with my Dad! He’s the bomb and loves to grill. When he does he makes big (but not too big) meals. Like, for an entrée he would cook meat (ribs, steak, pork, chicken, etc.) for appetizers he would cook veggies and other things, too (buffalo turds, squash, zucchini, etc.). Then for dessert he would grill peaches, and put on vanilla ice cream. My favorite part is being his sous chef!

    The thing we do most often is stuffed mushrooms They are very good and I stuff them! In fact, here`s the recipe!

    Ingredients
    1. 1 pack stuffing mushrooms
    2. bread crumbs, shredded cheese of choise, and real bacon bits

    How to:

    Pull the stems out of the mushrooms and place mushroom caps on a plate.
    Stuff with bacon bits, then cheese, then bread crumbs. Lightly pepper.
    Next, grill them over medium for 15 minutes (until bread crumbs brown). There – you have your stuffed mushrooms YUM!

    Happy Father’s Day!!!

  21. Chris June 11, 2011 at 1:59 pm #

    Congratulations Kate!