Backyard Barbecue Essentials
Handwoven with yarn by Thai artisans. $179; yellowleafhammocks.com.
Oak or walnut surrounds a steel insert in this compost bin. From $130; ironwoodbuildvt.com.
Lynx’s new Asado is like a plancha for your backyard. From $3,900; lynxgrills.com.
Easily converts from gas to charcoal with a special tray. $200; charbroil.com.
Kip Royal Basic
The 174-year-old French black currant liqueur is now in the US. From $18.
'Chups makes ketchup from mangoes, vinegar and spices. $8 for 8 oz.; chupsitup.com.
This 7-inch bowl has the heft of ceramic. $9; madhousecollection.com.
A shatter-proof design for stress-free parties. $60 for 4; williams-sonoma.com.
The nicely tangy buffalo kind, now made in Colombia. From $9 for 7 oz.; bufcreamery.com.
Pickled seeds add tang and crunch to summer salads. $8 for 6 oz.; ftgreenefarms.com.
Prairie Artisan Ales makes standout beers like Standard, a crisp saison.
Just the right sweet-sour balance for a burger. $9 for 16 oz.; southportgrocery.com.
Sucre Shop hand-prints theirs with hot dogs and popsicles. $8 for 12; sucreshop.com.
The pretty pattern on this stoneware dish rewards you for finishing dessert. $43; wayfair.com.
Cocktail historian David Wondrich helped with Plantation’s new recipe. $30.
Frogs and other animal shapes add personality to pops. $8 each; zokuhome.com.
Compact but sturdy (31 pounds), the Weber Q1200 is party-ready in tropical shades of purple and orange. $200; target.com.
A new kind of relish: sweet and spicy eggplant. $20 for two 6.5-oz. jars; food52.com.
The latest masterwork by grilling legends Cheryl and Bill Jamison. $17.
Stelton’s multipronged one is great for small vegetables. $17; gadgeteerusa.com.
Madras curry spices amp up a classic. $7 for 12 oz.; molonay.com.
Add heat to hot dogs with XXX from family-owned Kozlik’s. $8 for 8.5 oz.; chefshop.com.
Spritz sesame oil on salads or grilled vegetables. $8 for 5 oz.; latourangelle.com.
Hand-stamped plates inspired by block-print textiles. From $40; dbohome.com.
Plastic bottles are recycled into bright fabrics. From $99; bottlecloth.com.