“Using a chimney starter is the only way to light charcoal,” says Flay.
Rapid Fire Chimney Starter, $17.99; weber.com
“You can’t have enough of them,” says Flay. “I use them to apply oil, glazes and sauce.”
Basting brush, $11 each; lecreuset.com
“Grill pans like this one are great for both cooking and serving,” says Flay. Bobby Flay Grill-to-Table Deep Oval Sizzle Pan, $59.99; kohls.com
Sturdy enough for the grill and stylish
for the table!
“My cookbook gives you all the info you’ll ever need to create an amazing barbecue,” says Flay.
Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction, $19.87; bn.com
“Instant-read thermometers are important,” he says.”Nothing ruins a barbecue faster than overcooked meat.”
Taylor digital thermometer, $13.77; amazon.com
“A good pair of sturdy, stainless-steel tongs is perfect for turning vegetables, chicken, ribs and bread.”
Clongs BBQ, $29.95; dreamfarm.com