It's the weekend again, and it seems like we could have another scorcher on our hands. No better excuse then, to get outside and get barbecuing. We've picked out some of the best BBQ gadgets out there to make sure your weekend is smokin'.
Square Smoker BBQ – £29.39
Proving that you don't have to spend a fortune on a BBQ to get your summer started, this Argos beauty has just been picked by Which? as the best BBQ out there, scoring high in both performance and convenience.
For under thirty quid this bit of kit really is a bargain, so you'd better quick step it down to your local store before they sell out!
So yes, you could put the sauce on to your burger from the bottle – but where's the fun in that? Put the bottle down and pick up the Condiment Gun instead. No more tapping on bottles waiting for the Tommy K to slowly trickle out – load up your sauce of choice, pull the trigger and show that barbecued meat no mercy.
If you've only spent £30 on your BBQ, then the price tag for the Grillslinger could seem a little steep. But wait until you've clapped eyes on everything it's packing. It's got tongs, a spatula and a knife all tucked nicely in to their own little holsters, ready for you to quick draw when the moment arises. It's got room for a bottle of oil and a pair of salt and pepper shakers so you can season as you cook. And to top it all off, it look pretty cool as well. You'll be known as the BBQ cowboy before you know it.
So now you've got all the kit, you've got to have the recipes and know how to put it all to good use. If you'd like to know how to push your BBQ skills to the max, this book has over 500 receipes from all over the world to try your hand at. You'll also get the top BBQ tips from the pros, and those all important pictures so you know what it should look like at the end.
You've got the food sorted, now it's time to get the tunes pumping. And if you're going to put your cash into an outdoor speaker, this is the one we'd put our money on. Yes it's pricey, but there's nothing worse than pumping out a bassy tune through a cheap speaker that can't handle it. This one has enhanced bass output, and will be able to whack out eight hours of cordless sound. It's got a dock for your iPod to plug straight into, but you'll be able to plug in different MP3 players and other audio sources, like a microphone or two for some impromtu karaoke.
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