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If you were a Klingon, the Fork It Over from Backyard Warriors would be your grill fork. This mean-looking utensil lets you grab steaks without contorting your hand, and flip them by simply turning your wrist.

They make their patented barbecue fork from food-grade stainless steel and solid hardwood, and it works in either the left or right hand. You can purchase one for $15 or two for $24, including shipping.

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You don’t own a boat or a trailer and you’re wondering what to do with your vehicle’s receiver hitch, so why not mount a grill? The Margaritaville from Freedom Grill sits on a heavy-duty swing arm that mounts in any 2″ receiver.

The grill’s 20,000 BTU stainless steel burner heats its 352 square-inch cooking surface using a 1 lb. propane tank or, with an optional adapter, a 20 lb. propane tank. The grill features fold-out side tables, a fold-down condiment tray, and even has carrying handles if you don’t feel comfortable with open flames near your gas tank.

You’ll pay about $400 for the Margaritaville Tailgating Grill.

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After using Weber’s three-sided T-Brush for a grilling season, I have to wonder why I ever bothered with square grill brushes — in my experience the T-Brush cleans the grill faster and leaves it cleaner.  It’s a little dirty after a year of use, but the bristles have retained their shape pretty well.

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