Clever grilling tools for quicker cook­ing and in­stant cleanup.

You shopped for a first-class grill — now make sure you have top-tier tools to use along­side. We’re fea­tur­ing the four ac­ces­sories ev­ery grill mas­ter should have.

Clean Eating - - CONTENTS - BY AN­DREA GOURGY, PHO­TOG­RA­PHY BY VINCENZO PISTRITTO

1. THE PRE­CI­SION GRIP OXO GOOD GRIPS GRILLING TONGS

Flip your meats and veg­gies from a safe dis­tance with these ex­tra-long stain­less steel tongs. Non­slip han­dles and scal­loped heads help main­tain a solid grip – no more food fall­ing be­tween the grates. They are rust-re­sis­tant and dish­washer safe, and they lock for stor­age. $15, oxo.com

2. ROCK THE PLANK WIL­LIAMS SONOMA CEDAR PLANK

There’s no other grilling accessory that will im­press your guests as much as a cedar plank – it adds a lovely woody, smoky fla­vor to your fish. When choos­ing cedar planks, you’ll want to en­sure they are har­vested sus­tain­ably, such as this model made from un­treated western red cedar. Don't for­get to soak them in wa­ter overnight be­fore use. $14 for set of 4, wil­liams-sonoma.com

3. ALL YOUR VEG IN ONE BAS­KET BROIL KING GRILL WOK

If veg is on your menu, a grilling bas­ket, also known as a grilling wok, is a must. Sim­ply chop up your veg, toss with oil and sea­son­ings and place them in the bas­ket to grill. This heavy-duty, stain­less steel model holds a fam­ily­sized por­tion of pro­duce with­out tak­ing up too much real estate on your grill. $20, broilk­ing­bbq.com

4. FOOL­PROOF THERMOMETER MAV­ER­ICK DF-10 DIG­I­TAL FORK

Use this in­stant-read thermometer in one of two ways: Set it to your de­sired tem­per­a­ture, or set it to a spe­cific type of pro­tein and it will de­fault to the USDAap­proved tem­per­a­tures. Re­mem­ber to al­ways test in the thick­est part of the meat since that will take the long­est to cook. $30, mav­er­ick­ther­mome­ters.com

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