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Grill gear to make your barbecue the best on the block

Patty stuffers, meat claws, grill robots, and more.
Awesome grill gear

I love summer.

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This is the summer you'll become renown for your meat-charring abilities. This is when your kebabs and tin-foil-wrapped corn make you a favorite among your neighbors. No guarantees, but some may fall in love with you and your jalepeño-cheese-stuffed burgers. How? Lots of tasting, high-quality ingredients, and some of the best gear on the market. Read on.

Barbecue Skewers Stainless Steel Brazilian BBQ Kabob Kebob Shish Sticks

Skewers!

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Wood or bamboo skewers work in a pinch, but once you realize how easily veggies and meats slide off a stainless steel rod, you'll never want to go back. This set comes with six flat, 14.7-inch skewers, all of which have an anti-scald handle that slides down, pushing hunks of chicken or pepper onto your plate. $16.

Cave Tools Meat Claws + Digital Cooking Thermometer

Meat claws and a digital thermometer.

Amazon

This digital thermometer has a large LCD display

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