While grills are preferred for outdoor cooking, you can't take your grill everywhere. The Coleman Fold N' Go Propane InstaStart Stove ($80) lets you take two fully-adjustable 10,000 BTU burners with you. It operates on one 16.4 oz propane cylinder, features an InstaStart push-button ignition, and folds up for easy transport — whether you're taking it camping or tailgating.
Weber powers up your summer grilling with its rave-reviewed Genesis E-310 Grill ($550). This 42,000 BTU stainless-steel grill sports three burners which provide 507-square-inches of grilling room for your burgers and steaks. An additional 130-square-inches of warming racks keep your meat warm until it's time to serve. There's even six tool holders for us grilling geeks with massive grill tool collections. It's available in propane and natural gas models in your choice of black, blue or green.
Just in time for the kickoff of the 2007 grilling season comes the Grillslinger ($100). This Batman-like utility belt for the grilling guru buckles around your ever expanding waist and has three pockets to hold the included grill knife, tongs and spatula. Recipes and a mesh carry bag round out the kit.