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Hottest barbecue tools on the market.

The old saying goes "You need the right tools to get the job done" and things are no different when it comes to al fresco cooking.

You can have the biggest and flashiest barbecue on your block, but if you haven't the right accessories, then your garden gathering won't ever be quite up to scratch.

We've searched high and low this week to bring you some of the best barbecue accessories. They are practical and will get your guests talking.

Utensil set, pounds 18 from www.richardson-sheffield.co.uk or call (0114) 241 9200

Forget flimsy sets, these utensils have staying power as they are made from stainless steel, have chunky handles and feature a special guard to protect your hands and keep you cool.

Baseball bat pepper mill, pounds 44.99 from www.oy-oy.co.uk

This towering essential measures an impressive 72cm and is guaranteed to dominate any surface it sits on. Handcrafted in gorgeous solid beech, the hefty baseball grinder covers all bases function-wise with its sturdy mechanism.

Steak brander, pounds 12.99 from www.iwoot.com

Cooked steaks all look the same, so this summer ensure that the well-done, medium and rare offerings are clear to see.

Place this brander on the coals and then administer your own steak tattoo.

Sword Skewers, pounds 5.99 for three from www.iwoot.com or call 0870 241 1066

The perfect way to present your kebabs: sturdier than a piece of bamboo and much more fun.

Bottle holder, pounds 12.99; glass holders, pounds 9.99 from www.iwoot.com

However flat you might think the grass is beneath your feet, glasses and bottles only need the slightest encouragement to tipple over. Here is a superb solution.

Place your stainless-steel holders in the ground and keep the sauvignon safe.

Partycooler, pounds 249.99 from www.drinkstuff.com or call (01763) 264282.

With the capacity to keep more than 40 cans ice-cold and a couple of hinged table-tops to act as a mini-bar, this is the must-have gadget for those serious about their barbecues.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jun 4, 2005
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