Ten tools for grilling with or without a disability
Post grills are ADA approved because they’re at the right height for most cooks using wheelchairs. Designed for parks, they are also available to purchase for home installation (who knew?)
The Lynx Sedona ADA 30-Inch Natural Gas Grill is fabulously expensive but offers the right height and a lift-assisted hood for ease of use.
The Pilot Rock Model M-32 accessible campfire ring has a flat rear panel so wheelchairs can get closer to the cooking grate. The grate adjusts to four levels between 19″ and 24″ above the ground and may be adjusted one side at a time with one hand.
Squeeze the trigger to flip your burger.
21″ with a hook for hanging up and under six dollars!
The Kona barbecue tool set offers 18″ tools with ergonomic handles. The set comes with a spatula, tongs, knife, and a large fork.
Weber’s Bear Claws make it easier to lift food from the grill with plastic ergonomic angled handles and four spikes per claw. Also useful for shredding meat and poultry.
Marshmallows, weiners and more! Adjust the length and secure your food on the spikes. No whittling required.
These extreme heat-resistant gloves boast a long cuff and non-slip grips.
LED Concepts BBQ Grill Light helps cooks who need extra light or anyone grilling at night. 22″ adjustable neck attaches with a mounting clamp. Made of weather-resistant aluminum.