A great grill isn’t the only ingredient to a successful cook out. You also need to think about the accessories. So I’m going to tell you what you need to get to truly be a grill master. When you buy your grill, get a durable water-resistant cover. They’re relatively inexpensive and will keep dirt and dust away.
A clean grill is a happy grill, such as this mild soapy water to wash off that grime. And you want a steel brush on hand to give you a great, a real scrub down a few times the season.
Look for tools with long handles to give you a sage distance from the heat and a flam retardant myth isn’t a bad idea either. Accessories have gone way beyond the basic tongs, spatula and meat fork.
Basting brushes are great for loading on the flavor and you can tell when your dinner is done with a meat thermometer.
Veggie baskets are perfect to grill veggies that might otherwise slide through the grates. And take the can out of beer can chicken with a poultry rooster and a grill allows the party to continue after the sunsets.
There’s no need for lighter fluid or survival skills with the charcoaled chimney starter. Just light a smaller fire under the chimney. More charcoals expose through the air and your charcoal lights without a fight leaving you more time to enjoy the barbecue.