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Weber Style 6435 Professional-Grade Grill Pan
Tried of vegetables and other small items sticking and falling through the grates of your grill? This inexpensive stainless steel grill pan, made by Weber, solves this problem. Just put it on top of the grill grates, and cook your food on top of the pan. Problem solved!
Nordic Ware Indoor-Outdoor Meatball Griller
This grill pan will be the star of your outdoor grilling or BBQ smoking party. It can grill 12 meatballs at a time, and has a concave shape in each mold for easy meatball removal and cleanup, and has holes for grease drip. Try wrapping your meatballs with bacon with this tool for making smoky and juicy "Moinkballs".
BBQGuru.com DigiQ DX2
As opposed to grilling, which is a quick and high-temperature cooking method, actual barbecue smoking using charcoal rigs requires patience and also close attention to temperatures over a period of many hours when you are cooking "low and slow".
With BBQ Guru's DigiQ DX2, you too can smoke like a true competition pitmaster while also having the convenience of automated digital monitoring and electronic thermal management.
Whether you have a simple Weber Bullet, a Big Green Egg, or another charcoal smoker, the DigiQ will automatically regulate the smoker to the desired target temperature (200-225 degrees for ideal BBQ smoking results) using an electronically controlled fan (with adapters designed specifically for your smoker brand and model) and real-time internal temperature monitoring of the meat and ambient pit temperature using probe sensors.
A scaled-down, pit sensor only version of the DigiQ is sold as the PartyQ, and sells for $129. Grill fan stoker adapters are sold separately.
If you use an electric smoker, BBQ Guru has developed the Power Raptor, which is a electrical current regulator used with the DigiQ and CyberQ units in place of a variable speed stoker fan.