The Ultimate BBQ Accessory Guide

You’ve got the barbecue. You’ve got the back yard (or balcony, or rooftop). But before you grab the beers and invite everyone over for the meatiest meat-fest ever, make sure you’ve prepared like a pro.

Look It to Cook It
Barbecue can be messy. Make sure you look as good as your food with this 100% canvas Le Creuset chef’s apron. $50

Chef Tools
Tongs, fork, spatula, brush. Anything else is just clutter. This stainless steel set with green wood handles will stay sharp (and good-looking, too) season after season. $99

Solstice be damned, eventually, it’s going to get dark. Keep your eyes on the prize with this  lightweight grill light. Tilt-switch activation ensures optimum efficiency, providing up to 10,000 hours of late-night grilling. $40

Go Whole Hog
When you just have to spit roast a 200-plus pound suckling pig, nothing else will suffice. The SpitJack P150 Whole Hog Rotisserie boasts a shaft speed of 4 rpm and is made from 76” of “food-grade” stainless steel. $1,300

Too Hot to Handle
High-heat ‘cuing can be a dangerous, delicious sport. Protect your mortal meat hooks with these suede grill gloves. With improved dexterity and handling ability, you’ll show even the hottest suckling pig who’s boss. $40

Magic Oven
Barbecue… pizza? If you ever wished your patio felt like a charming Italian ristorante, this pizza stone works with any 22.5 inch or larger grill. Just sprinkle a bit of cornmeal, roll out your dough and top. $80

Eternal Flame
Extend your evenings with a CSA-approved fire pit. This bronze-finished beauty puts out 60,000 BTUs of heat and works with natural gas or propane. If open flames are too rustic, consider the more modern approach of a 40,000 BTU aluminum patio heater ($600). $1,500

Image courtesy of Mr. T in DC


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