From beef to okra, grilling is the single best way to coax flavor from food. Unfortunately, getting your grill really clean has presented somewhat of a problem, until now. Just fill the handle of the Grill Daddy Pro Grill Brush ($23) with tap water, and the heat from the grill warms the water inside the Daddy to create steam that works with the stainless-steel bristles to blast away baked-on food, debris, and grease. It's safe to use on porcelain, steel, and even cast-iron grills, cleaning the mess without scratching. The Daddy is dishwasher safe, and has a hook for hanging on the side of the grill for storage.
The O-Grill 3000 ($175) proves that portable grills don't have to look like relics from a 1970's camping trip. Weighing in at only 24 lbs, the orange clamshell opens to reveal a 225 square-inch grilling surface and a 9450 BTU stainless steel burner that will run for over 4 hours on a single propane cylinder. The space-saving design and retractable legs make it great for activities like tailgating and camping, or set it up as a permanent fixture on your deck or balcony.