Our pick JOHN LEWIS
Since when did barbecues have to be dull? This one is available in red, green or black.
Clearly we all need burger sticks. It means no more upsetting burger-bun separation situations.
I like this as a less barbecue-y style barbecue. It doubles up as a log burner, but also burns charcoal.
Such a clever idea: a table-top griddle with a heat-resistant tray so your outdoor table won’t burn. Perfect for a Sunday lunch.
MADE IN DESIGN
There’s no reason why utensils can’t be beautifully designed. These are nice.
GRAHAM & GREEN
Great for easy storage, a set of utensils designed like a penknife.
NOT ON THE HIGH STREET
Add a smoker box and woodchips to your existing barbecue (gas or charcoal) to get some exciting flavours going.
GEORGE AT ASDA
This is cool. It has twin sections so you can separate meat and veggies, or for if want to grill and slow cook at the same time.
Talk about cheering up your barbecue. A rattan fringed parasol is just the ticket.
You’ll need something lovely to put all of your cooked delicacies on. These are sweet.
Everyone can get on board with a barbecued pizza, right? This pan is also handy for braising veggies.