By Lisa Atwood
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STICK UP A set of 8-inch (20-cm) metal skewers are good to have on hand if satay or kebabs are frequently on the menu. The metal conducts heat nicely, so food cooks quickly and evenly. If you opt for wood skewers, soak them in water for at least 30 minutes before using. GRILL MORE Grill baskets are awesome for delicate foods that are difficult to turn or that could fall through the cooking grate, such as asparagus, fish fillets, and onions. Screens and plates have similar uses. A screen is wire mesh supported by a metal frame; a plate is a sheet of metal that is perforated with small holes and helps prevent flare-ups.
Poultry, pork, beef, fish MEDIUM TO STRONG SMOKE Grapevines Tart, rich, and fruity. Provides a lot of smoke. Poultry, red meat, game, lamb STRONG SMOKE Mesquite One of the hottest burning woods. Strong, earthy flavor. Chicken, beef, game, fish Walnut (English & Black) Very heavy smoke flavor. Can be bitter if used alone, so usually mixed with lighter woods like almond, pear, or apple. Red meat, game 018 Build Your Own Smoker Heed the nugget of wisdom shared by most true barbecue aficionados: There’s no great grilling without lots of smoke.
Cast iron pots can be hung over an open fire, buried in a pit of coals, and perched atop a gas grill or charcoal barbecue. Use frying pans for cooking shellfish or simmering sauces; dutch ovens are the top choice for long-simmering dishes such as stews. These pots and pans need a little special care (see next page), but the tradeoff is that, when treated right, you can use them every day—and they’ll not only last you a lifetime, but your children and their children, too. 009 Season a Cast Iron Pot One of cast iron’s allures, and an attribute that contributes to its durability, is the wonderful black-pot patina that builds over time with repeated use.