10 best barbecue accessories

Grilling doesn’t have to mean bog-standard burgers and sausages. We find the cooking kits to liven up your al fresco offerings

Cooking outside on the barbecue is one of the best things about summer, we reckon. Part of the fun is perfecting your technique and trying out new recipes. We’ve found a range of extras that will help you be that bit more efficient, inventive and mess-free on the barbie.

From some Jack Daniel’s woodchips for flavoursome meat to Weber’s  Gourmet Pizza Stone for when you want to branch out from burgers, there is kit to enhance your cooking and give you some innovative ideas.   

Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys

Verdict:

Anyone who wants to look the part should get themselves some Landmann tools. To make the most of what’s on the grill (and avoid casualties in the flames), Lakeland’s pan will stop you losing those tasty morsels that sometimes don’t make it on to the plate. And to avoid ruining a few cloths after the event, invest in a proper grill cleaner like Outback’s nifty three-in-one tool. 

Buy now

1. Napoleon beer can chicken roaster, £19.99

2. Broil King Bottle top baster, £6.95

3. Weber gourmet bbq pizza stone, £49.99

4. Lakeland frying pan, £13.99

5. BBTradesales Man Apron, £13.78

6. Landmann Pure BBQ Tools, £19.99

7. Jack Daniel’s Wood Chips, £6

8. Sunncamp folding/travel BBQ, £27

9. BBQ Master Fish Rack, £14

10. OUTBACK 3-in-1 BBQ Grill Cleaning Tool, £5.99

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