Best Tools, Accessories, Gadgets, Wood, Food, More

Here are some cool tools and toys that will make you a better outdoor cook. There are gadgets that you can toss onto a gas grill and make it belch tasty smoke, a cutting board that collects all the juices, pork pullers, grill toppers that will keep the veggies from committing suicide and jumping into the fire, tongs for flipping fish, bright LED lights for the grill handle, a spot and grease remover that will absolutely remove sauce stains from your shirts, and much more.

electric knives we tested
Electric knives are especially good for turkey and ham. We bought and tested several of the top brands and make our recommendations. read more
Six high performance coolers tested, rated, and reviewed
Check out our detailed tests, reviews and ratings of 6 of the best high performance coolers. Several of these rotomolded super coolers are vacuum insulated to maintain cold or hot temperatures for a maximum length of time, sometimes more than 2 weeks! read more
Windblocker Chafing Dish Frame at backyard barbecue
Buffet-style dining is fantastic for a crowd, but if your Sterno blows out, the food gets cold. Here’s a nifty solution: WindBlocker is a portable chafing dish frame that blocks wind while allowing some air under the food and water pans to keep the fuel lit. read more
greasy grill grates
How to clean your grill grates and the best tools for the job. read more
Wood for Burning
What wood is the best for grilling and smoking? Who are the suppliers? read more
The best barbecue books, magazines, newsletters, and periodicals. read more
bbq gloves
A good pair of bbq gloves are almost as important as salt and pepper when grilling. We use them to handle tongs, hot grates, hot food, and even burning hot logs and coals. read more
the best tools: hands
Here's a list of essential kitchen tools with my ratings and recommendations. read more
house park meat
Tips on taking pictures of food for the food blogger. read more
pizza
Here are the tools necessary for making great pizza at home. read more

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