Seriously step up your tailgate game just in time for football season with the Top Dawg Hot Dog Machine ($135). While everyone else is carefully cooking up dogs piecemeal like suckers, you can just let this machine do the work, focusing on the important stuff (like watching the game, and drinking your beer before it gets warm). It has room to cook 18 dogs at a time — so you can load it up with plenty of brats, metts, franks, cheddarwursts, sausages — and its stainless steel rollers rotate completely, so you know everything will get cooked to stadium perfection.
Sometimes simple rubs and marinades just don't deliver the kind of flavor your meat needs — and it's just those cases that call for the SpitJack Magnum Meat Injector Gun ($60). Offering five and a half inches of meat penetration, this injector gun will get your marinade deep inside your meat, so you don't ever have to eat bland, poorly-seasoned food again. It comes with two needles, one with a slanted tip for chunkier marinades, and one with side perforations for liquid marinades. It's made from nickel-plated brass, die-cast zinc, and food-quality rubber, so you know it's safe and long-lasting.