Skewers and Kabob Holders
The easiest way to grill vegetables, shrimp, and small cuts of meat is to pierce them on skewers or kebab holders. Bamboo skewers, which can only be used once, should be sturdy and about 12 inches long. If you buy metal, look for ones made of stainless steel-it won't rust and is dishwasher safe. Double-pronged versions are better at holding food in place. Whatever you're grilling-scallops, chunks of lamb, whole mushrooms-will stay in place and be evenly cooked.
Grill Friends Double Kabob Skewers; $19.99; bbqproshop.com
Silicone Grill Mat
Grilling fish is a little tricky because it often sticks, breaks, and falls through the cooking grate. Fish baskets are one option, but fish often sticks to those as well. A silicone mat prevents sticking; you simply lay it directly on the cooking grates and then lay the food on top of it. This one has perforations, which allow the fish juices to drip down to the heat source at which point