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Get The Right Grilling Tools and Accessories

Chili Pepper Grilling SetPut away the aluminum foil; there’s a whole wide world of unique grilling tools and accessories out there, and if you are serious about cooking outdoors, you need to know what’s available so you can graduate from hamburger flipper to a grilling gourmet chef. For example; this Stainless Steel Chili Pepper Grilling Set (view the Stainless Steel Chili Pepper Grilling Set here) provides an easy way to spice up your next dinner party. Core ‘em (with the patented corer that’s included), stuff ‘em, grill ‘em and serve ‘em!

You could order pizza, that same old pepperoni pizza you’ve had every Friday night for as long as you can remember. Or…you could make your own on your grill or in a smoker with this Pizza Craft Pizza Stone (view the Pizza Craft Pizza Stone here). This stone comes with a stainless steel base that has a built in thermometer.

Stainless Steel Sausage BasketOh boy. Shish-kabobs. Whoopie. Wait a minute, what? The circular Stainless Steel Kabob Skewers turn a few chunks of meat and vegetables into a work of art (view the Stainless Steel Kabob Skewers here). Each kabob skewer will conveniently fit on a standard 8” dining plate.

We all love to cook bratwurst and other tubular meats; the Stainless Steel Sausage Basket pictured right makes it easy to cook several at once (view the Stainless Steel Sausage Basket here).

Prefer a nice grilled lobster? This Stainless Steel Flexible Grilling Basket is great for cooking seafood, among other things (view the Stainless Steel Flexible Grilling Basket here). The flexible wire expands to fit the shape of your food, so toss in some shrimp too.

And although grilling seems to be a carnivore’s province, vegetarians can have fun cooking outside too. This Stainless Steel Grilling Wok (view the Grilling Wok here) allows you to prepare several cups of freshly chopped vegetables right on top of your grill.

Now that you have all the necessary equipment, what are you going to cook? Get some amazing and amazingly delicious ideas from cookbooks like these: The Barbeque Bible by Steve Raichlen, Taming the Flame by Elizabeth Karmel, Thrill of the Grill by Chris Schlesinger and John Willoughby, Smoke and Spice by Cheryl and Bill Jamison or Bobby Flay’s Boy Meets Grill.



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