Like indoor cooking, outdoor cooking requires the right equipment. When you're just learning to grill, you only need a few key pieces. But as your repertoire expands beyond burgers and steaks, you may want to add additional accessories for cooking fish, pizza, vegetables, and ribs. Lucky for you, there's a tool to help you cook just about any food on the grill from a cumbersome whole chicken (use a vertical chicken roaster) to delicate halibut steaks (use a silicone mat).
Not all tools are created equal and for that reason, we've included information on what to look for when shopping and listed our favorite product in each category.
We start with the most important piece of equipment, the grill, and offer tips for determining what kind of grill suits you best from a basic model for $159.70 to a $7,495 luxury version with an extra side burner and an infrared rotisserie system. Then we move on to the absolute must-have accessories, followed by a list of extra, but not essential,Read More »from Grilling gear: the ultimate list