What to Pack for Grilling at the Park

From fire tongs to a digital thermometer, here are three things you may want to bring with you when grilling in the park.

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Snow Peak Fire Tongs

You don’t want to mess around when it comes to fire tongs. These durable, 43-cm, stainless steel snappers let you play with fire, without getting burned.

$27 at Valhalla Pure Outfitters, 726 Main St., Canmore, vpo.ca


Brander Sidekick Digital Thermometer

This thermometer has a built-in probe for quick temperature checks or opt for the included 99-cm wire probe for food that requires constant attention.

$50 at Barbecues Galore, barbecuesgalore.ca


UNA Portable Table-Top Charcoal Grill

The shoebox-sized grill is designed for portability, with the lid doubling as the base for the grill. All you need is charcoal and something to light it.

$125 at Knifewear, 1316 9 Ave. S.E., knifewear.com

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This article appears in the August 2022 issue of Avenue Calgary.

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