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10 hot products you need to grill with this summer

The best new barbecue products for 2023.

Nothing says ‘summer’ like the sound of a sizzling grill. ELLE Gourmet is determined to find the best of the best when it comes to barbecuing: from the all-new Weber Lumin to a yuzu-infused Japanese BBQ sauce, these are our favourite products for turning up the heat this summer.
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Grilling Collection,
Burlap & Barrel

Whether you’re whipping up a wet marinade or flavourful dry rub, Burlap & Barrel’s grilling collection has you covered. Available in 4 or 7-piece sets, the bundles include some of the single-origin spice company’s biggest BBQ hits, such as Noble Sweet Paprika from Hungary and Zanzibar Black Peppercorns.

$63
Lumin Electric Grill,
Weber

Balcony barbecuers, meet your new bestie. The all-new electric grill from Weber reaches temperatures over 600°F (sear marks = guaranteed) and uses a smoke-infusion system to achieve that classic ‘grilled’ flavour. It’s available in a range of pretty colours, including this frosty light blue.

$669
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4-Piece Stainless Steel Slider Skewers,
Outset

Say goodbye to awkwardly stripping your shish kebab with a fork: Outset’s clever (and pretty) stainless steel grilling skewers are equipped with a slider at the top, so you can simply move it down to push everything off. They have two prongs to ensure even cooking and easy turning.

$29
Cook It Wild: Sensational Prep-Ahead Meals for Camping, Cabins, and the Great Outdoors,
Chris Nuttall-Smith

Veteran restaurant critic and Top Chef Canada judge Chris Nuttall-Smith’s first cookbook is a must-buy for anyone who likes to cook outdoors. It’s loaded with recipes that are made for camping, but work just as well at a backyard BBQ – like these ‘choose-your-own adventure’ grilled chicken thighs.

$40
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Revolution Basting Brush,
Le Creuset

These basting brushes have a crown-shaped design, durable silicone bristles and a short handle, ensuring even distribution of marinades and easy maneuvering grill-side. They come in five pretty Le Creuset colours: choose between Sage, Cerise, Blueberry, Meringue or Oyster.

$25
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Prep and Serve Stacking Grill Prep Trays, Set of 2,
Crate & Barrel

Keeping raw and cooked meat separate is a breeze with these handy blue grilling trays from Crate. They slot on top of one another – so you can simply stack the trays, taking the raw meat out on one, then switch out the top piece out for a clean surface once everything’s on the grill.

$45
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Yuzu Japanese Barbecue Sauce,
Bachan’s

It’s no secret that ELLE Gourmet Loves yuzu, so it should come as no surprise that we’re fans of Bachan‘s yuzu-infused Japanese barbecue sauce. Authentic Japanese shoyu, mirin, green onion, ginger and garlic mix with the yuzu juice to create the perfect sweet, salty, sour and umami flavouring.

$13
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Pre-seasoned Oyster Grilling Pan,
Carolina Cooker

Grill up to 12 oysters at once, shucked or on the half-shell, with this handy and high-quality cast-iron pan. It’s highly durable and comes pre-seasoned with vegetable oil to ensure easy releasing from the pan and quick cleaning.

$37 U.S.
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Salt and Pepper Shakers,
Big Green Egg

If you’re a Big Green Egg fanatic, these salt and pepper shakers will add the perfect touch of whimsy to your table. They’re made of a hand-washable ceramic and boast an impressive level of detail. Great for gifting, if only to yourself.

$29
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Little Angels Powdered Doughnuts Mix,
Maison Zoe Ford

Chef Jo Notkin is the queen of barbecued desserts. Her dry baking mixes, including this new one for powdered doughnut holes, are made to be baked in a muffin tin that sits on a rack of your grill.

$15
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