Whether you're lighting up the grill or setting the mood with some scented candles, you can do it with more style than your average Aim n' Flame using the Colibri Stiletto Utility Lighter ($20). Sporting an attractive silver and black metal body, this firemaker also features a child-resistant design, an SST ignition, a built-in cap, and an integrated hook for hanging it somewhere handy. Flame on.
You don't have to be in a western to enjoy the open expanses of the Cowboy Cauldron ($1,300-$3,000). Available in three sizes — from 30 to 41 inches in diameter and weighing anywhere from 75 to a back-breaking 250 lbs. — this durable fire pit/grill comes with a six-foot stand, a suspended firepit basin that spreads heat across a large area, the chains for hanging the basin, and a grill top. It's also designed to be quick and easy to tear down and move, allowing you to take it wherever there's a need for fire, heat, and a lot of grilled meat.
Who says you need to be inside to fry up some tasty treats? The Timber Ridge Backyard Host Deep Fryer ($700) lets you fry turkeys, french fries, oysters, and much more without leaving the great outdoors. Features include a Clean Flow oil-filtration system that lets you reuse your cooking oil up to 50 times, precision temperature controls, a push-button electronic ignition, hard-core welded steel construction, three included frying baskets, and an oil capacity of nine gallons, or enough to fry a small domesticated animal should you be into that sort of thing.