Add flavor while keeping your meat tender and juicy with the Moistly Grilled Cast Iron Grill Humidifier ($30/2-pack). These sturdy cast-iron boxes can be filled with any liquid you like — including water, beer, liquor, juice, or other flavoring agents — and release steam as they heat up to moisten your meal while it cooks.
Cold weather got you singing the BBQ blues? Just grab a Minden Master Range-Top Indoor Grill ($100) and get cooking on your electric, gas, or propane stove. This award-winning grill allows for true open-flame cooking indoors, with the same durable porcelain coated grate design, enameled steel firebox and cover as the decidedly outdoor Minden Master Gas Grill, and features silicon handles that remove to allow for cleaning of the Indoor Grill in any dishwasher or self-cleaning oven.
Get a leg up on your tailgating brethren ahead of the 2010 season with the Traeger Double BBQ Trailer ($5,800). This commercial-quality smoker/grill features two independently operating cooking units — good for a total cooking surface of over 1,600 square inches — as well as a handy cargo box and four firepots, all mounted on an industrial-strength trailer.