BBQ And Kitchen Tools, Toys, And Accessories Rated And Reviewed (cont'd)

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There are many ways to start a charcoal fire. There is one best way, and one worst way. Here they are. read more
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The Griddle Hood from Yukon Glory is a useful accessory for outdoor griddles. It works with almost nearly every outdoor griddle on the market. On a typical 36 inch griddle, the hood will cover about half the cooking surface, helping to trap heat, melt cheese, and block wind. Check out our full review. read more
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Clean grill grates make better grilled food. Here's a buying guide to grill brushes, scrapers, and other BBQ cleaning tools to make sure you're turning out the best tasting food from your cooker. read more
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Some grill toppers and racks are essential. A rib rack helps you cook more meat at once, and a grill tray prevents small foods like asparagus from falling into the fire. You can even get a perforated grill wok or saute pan for tossing small foods over the fire. Here's a guide to the best. read more
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Create perfect pizza on the grill thanks to these top rated tools. If you're a fan of brick oven pizza then this is the gear that will help you create it directly on your grill, from pizza stones to pizza peels and more. The result is a crust that is crisp, smoky and lightly charred and piping hot toppings. read more
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Skip the big cookware sets and pick up a few good pieces. Cookware manufacturers try to sell you sets of pots of pans in all different sizes. But you really only need a few basics, a frying pan or two, a saucepan or soup pot, and a bigger stock pot or pasta pot. Here's a guide to the pots and pans you'll actually use. read more
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It would be nice to have all kinds of small appliances on hand from a waffle maker to a deep fryer, but no one has unlimited counter and cabinet space. Here's a guide to the most essential small appliances both large and small. read more
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Here is the ultimate guide to selecting the best spatula and tongs for your BBQ and grilling adventures. AmazingRibs.com has weeded through the countless options available in order to help you identify what are arguably the most important BBQ and grilling tools, a quality spatula and tongs for moving and turning food. read more
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America's most iconic grill, the Weber Original Kettle charcoal grill is amazing on it's own but is taken to new heights thanks to a variety of accessories, tools, and add-ons. From high heat grill grate inserts to conversion kits for low-and-slow cooking, AmazingRibs.com has tested reviews of countless enhancements. read more
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Looking for the best accessories, tools, and toys for enhancing your overall BBQ and grilling experience? AmazingRibs.com has compiled a list of various products designed to make outdoor cooking more efficient, more expansive, and/or more fun. Hand selected by our team, these items are "must haves" for any griller. read more
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These gloves are designed to keep you from cutting your hands. They are especially helpful for things like clams, oysters, boning meats, and more. read more
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If you're looking for the right cooler to fit your needs, AmazingRibs.com has compiled comprehensive hands-on reviews of some of the top brands and models. We put some of the most expensive and innovative super coolers to the torture tests, including how long they keep food cold or hot, durability, leakage, and more. read more
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Often call pork pullers, tese sharp hand extenders make light work of pulling or shredding smoked pork. They also make it super-easy to lift large, hot roasts like turkey and roast beef from the grill or from a roasting pan onto a platter. Plus, they toss a big bowl of salad in a jif. Here's a guide to the best. read more
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