With Fire Wire's 2 1/2-foot-long skewers, kebabs can bend around other foods on the grill to maximize space. $15 for 2; firewiregrilling.com.
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Designer Michael Aram's new Fig Leaf collection includes this elegant Grilling Platter Set: six skewers atop an acacia-wood tray. $225; michaelaram.com.
The Chef'n company's new Grill'n tool line includes a clever seven-pronged Branch Skewer, to hold many more sausages. $12; amazon.com.
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Charcoal Companion's new Grill Station contains two lightweight bins, each labeled to prevent cooked food from getting mixed up with raw. $25; companion-group.com.
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Pour beer, wine or even juice into cast-iron humidifiers from Moistly Grilled to infuse food with flavor and keep it succulent. $30 for 2; surlatable.com.
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The finish on Le Creuset's Grill Dutch Oven looks like cast-iron but is actually easy-cleaning porcelain enamel; perfect for slow-cooking meats or simmering sides. $170; williams-sonoma.com.
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Designed by Seattle chef Tom Douglas, the Pinzon box can be filled with wood chips and placed on the grill to give foods a touch of smoke. $13; amazon.com.