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Weber Charcoal Chimney makes lighting charcoal a breeze
Fifteen Minute after lighting you have coals that ere ready to go
Zippo Lighter makes lighting the newspaper used in the charcoal chimney easy
Pair of Chargriller charcoal baskets for use in the Side Firebox of the smoker
Wood chip soaker. 2 compartments. The baskets are shown here in the lower soak position
In this picture the baskets are rotated 90 degrees & rest on the high rails to drain
Wood chunks (Cherry shown) Used in the smoker. Chunks don’t require soaking & make more smoke than chips
Wood chips (Cherry, Maple & Apple Shown) Pre-Soak for an hour and use in the smoker drawer of the gar grill.
Steven Raichlen’s 19 inch heavy duty locking tongs. These have a C-shaped cross section for rigidity
Tongs can be locked in the closed position
Steven Raichlen’s s/s baked potato rack. A spike of metal pierces and holds each potato and speeds their cooking
Steven Raichlen’s fish spatula with wide head to make lifting fish easier
Grill Light is weather tight & uses batteries so no AC power required. Check that the clamp can clamp onto part of your grill
You might want to check the amount of light the unit gives off. Newer ones w/ LED lights tend to be brighter & use less juice
Steven Raichlen’s BBQ mop with detachable head. For applying mop sauces to smoked items
Steven Raichlen’s s/s mop bucket with replaceable liner
The removable liner makes cleanup or replacement easy
Another way to keep the meat moist is to spray on mop sauce using a spray bottle. It is also handy w/ water for flare ups
This small pail & silicon brush is great for applying glazes at the grill
Steven Raichlen’s leather BBQ gloves (top) & Weber BBQ gloves (bottom)
Weber Poultry rack for doing Beer Can Chicken
The poultry stands hold the beer, are non-stick & have a trough to collect the runoff
Rib Racks hold the ribs vertically allowing you to cook more ribs in less space
The Steven Raichlen rib racks feature handles and a bottom shelf to elevate the ribs. It holds both large & small ribs
Rotisserie attachment. The model made specifically for your grill often is easier to install & has 1 piece spit rod
Cast iron drop in pan is a modular accessory for my gas grill. I use it as a drip pan on the smoker too.
Kenmore Stainless steel roast rack is made for cast iron pan. It elevates the meat so it is not stewing in it’s juices
Stainless steel skewers in 5/8” and 7/8” widths
Cast iron grill press for making pressed sandwiches & chicken under a brick
Here the grill press is helping keep some veggies flat & make some great grill marks.
These poppers are popular enough there is even a tool to help you core out the chilis - see Food Prep Tools
Jalapeno popper rack holds 18 jalapeno peppers that have been hollowed out & filled with tasty meats & cheeses
This is the cleaning tool foe the Big Green Egg. It is inserted horizontally through the sliding draft door to pull out ash which has dropped to the chamber below the cooking chamber. When used vertically, it can be used as a grate lifter.
This is the BGE ash pan. The open end is exactly the width of and has the same radius as the sliding draft door at the base of the Egg. The front curved edge is turned down slightly. This forms a lip which fits in a slot at the base of the sliding draft door.
The cleaning tool is shown here in conjunction with the ash pan. The ash pan is hooked into the slot at the base of the sliding draft door and cam be held with one hand. The flat end of the cleaning tool is inserted into the ash drop area at the base of the Egg.
The tool is pulled in and out and the flat truned end serves to draw the ashes out into the ash pan.
Here is a box of paraffin fire starters. These are used in the Big Green Egg to light the lump charcoal. This picture shows a box of 128 with one of the square firestarter blocks sitting on top of the box in above the area with the flames.
The paraffin fire starter is buried in the lulp with just a piece of the top exposed. The Zippo lighter shown at the top of this section is used to light a corner of the parrafin starter which burns for about 9 minutes and ignites the lump arount it. In this picture the firestarter was lit about 30 seconds beforehand. The rectangulr block you see is not the firestarter, but a chunk of hickory wood about an inch in fornt of the firestarter.