Must Have Grilling Supplies
Below, I have included some links to products that we use in our own home for grilling. We consider these select items MUST HAVES, and we grill at least 4 times per week, weather permitting, here in New Hampshire. We invested in a good Weber Grill (-not our exact model, I don’t see it listed, but this looks really close!) when we first moved here. We’ve had less expensive grills previously, but wanted something that would last, and hold up to heavy use, when it’s warm enough for us to grill. When you visit my Grilled Chicken Post, you’ll see that we eat Grilled Chicken several times per week, mixing up the seasonings, spices, and vegetables. We’ve had our grill for 5 years, and it’s held up really well! Last year we had a few parts that needed to be updated and replaced. Luckily, we registered our grill with Weber when we purchased it (and kept the receipt in our file cabinet). Nick called the 1-800 number for Weber and asked about purchasing replacement parts. We were both ecstatic to learn that the parts we needed to replace were covered under a warranty we didn’t even know existed! They sent the items express to us, arriving in just 2 days, and we were ready to grill again!!! If you happen to be a Weber grill owner, here is the information that you can reference for your own use (not sponsored or affiliated, just informational):
Dear NICK P.,
Thank you for your order! Your confirmation # is: xxxxxxx
This order includes the following items:
Product Name Part # Qty Regular Price Discount Price Tax Rate Item Total
LP Burner tube set, Genesis, ’11, US 62752 1 $0.00 0% $0.00
Porcelain enameled cast iron grates, (qty 2) 65937 1 $0.00 0% $0.00
Porcelain enamel flavorizer bar set (Qty 5) 62783 1 $0.00 0% $0.00
Heat deflectors (set of 2) stainless steel 65505 1 $0.00 0% $0.00
Shipping Tax (0%): $0.00
Grand Total: $0.00
If you ordered multiple items, they may ship separately (at no extra charge). We will continue to email the status of your order as each item is shipped.
Check your order’s status at: https://myaccount.weber.com/orders/search.
Thank you for being a loyal Weber fan. As you start grilling this season, make sure to thoroughly clean your grill. Here is an amazing video to show you how: Grill Care Video.
If you have any questions, or if we can be of further assistance, please call Weber Customer Service at 1-800-446-1071 or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We use a set of BBQ gloves and claws for several things. We grill ribs frequently, and they need to be turned. Burning your hands on hot ribs or pork shoulders is NOT fun. The gloves protect your hands, making it quick and easy to flip, turn, move around the ribs on the grill, and remove them when you’re done. We use my electic slicer to slice them before serving, and the gloves help protect our hands then too. As with several of these items, we consider them one of the best investments we’ve made in grilling supplies – and under $20!
Who wants to heat up the kitchen cooking vegetables when the grill is fired up. Use a Vegetable Basket and grill them with your meat!
Grilling can be messy. Protect your clothes with a Grilling Apron!!!
BBQ Tools are an obvious must.
When slow grilling things like ribs (we don’t have space for a smoker here or we’d use a smoker instead of the grill for ribs), you need to maintain a steady temperature over a long period of time. We’ve tried several thermometers and like this one (Wireless Remote Digital Cooking Food Meat Thermometer with Dual Probe for Smoker Grill Oven BBQ) the best. It’s wireless, so we can put the probes in the meat, and keep an eye on the temperature inside the grill from in the house. It has a timer and an alarm, so it’ll beep when it’s time to tend to the meat! For a less expensive option for our everyday grilling, we use a Habor Digital Stainless Cooking Thermometer with Instant Read. NO ONE wants food poisoning. This is currently under $8 (prices can change at any time), and I use it on EVERY piece of meat that comes off the grill to make sure that it’s a safe temperature before I serve it. It’s worth every penny – and more – to make sure we aren’t eating undercooked meat or chicken!!!