You Need These Grilling Tools from Williams Sonoma’s Latest Sale

Grill everything from pizza to roasts with these must-have tools.

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May 20, 2019
By: Allison Russo
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With warm weather finally (hopefully!) here to stay, we’re in full-on grilling mode. And we're ready to shop Williams Sonoma's latest Outdoor Event — they have tons of great items on sale, from grill tools to versatile roasting pans all for 20% off.

Whether you’re a grilling newbie and need to stock up on the essentials, this sale has something for everyone. Here, eight of Food Network’s favorite picks.

BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $39.96 (reg. $49.95)

This roasting pan can hold a whole chicken or a family-sized roast along with all the fixings. Reviewers especially love it for grilling veggies and making creative sandwiches — and since it’s nonstick, this pan is super-easy to clean.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $31.96 (reg. $39.95)

Afraid of grilled pizza? This nonstick pan promises to turn your grill into a pizza oven, designed to give your homemade ‘za a crispy crust and smoky flavor without the dough slipping through the grates. Reviewers praise this as “the best pizza pan ever,” and love that it turns out tasty pizzas in just 10 minutes.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $69.95 (reg. $90)

Don’t worry about veggies slipping through your grill grates — instead, put them in this basket for perfect results, every time. It’s sturdy design is a grilling game-changer, and it’s large enough to feed a crowd.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $23.96 (reg. $29.95)

You’ll get the cast iron results you want without the burden — this ceramic grill pan is amazingly lightweight. Use it on your charcoal, wood or gas grill to make delicious fish, veggies, potatoes and so much more.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $39.96 (reg. $49.95)

We love this pan because it can go from grill to table and still look great. Use it to cook a whole fish, a few filets or your favorite shellfish (like Bobby Flay’s Grilled Shrimp Scampi). The high ridges are designed to give your seafood those beautiful grill marks, and keep away fatty drippings. You’ll get juicy, tender fish that’s healthy and delicious.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $39.96 (reg. $49.95)

Get ready for a fresh grilling season with some new tools. This set has everything you need, like a spatula (with a built-in bottle opener!), tongs, corn holders and a basting brush. When you’re not grilling, just pop everything back in the sleek aluminum storage case.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $23.96 (reg. $29.95)

These trays are designed to prevent cross-contamination between raw and cooked meat. Keep the raw meat on the red tray, then swap out to the black one once your food is cooked. Reviewers love this set since they don’t have to run back and forth into the house to get clean plates for their steaks.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $55.96 (reg. $69.95)

This grill brush isn’t cheap, but if you consider yourself a grill master, we think it’s worth the investment. It uses steam power to sterilize the surface, and gets rid of baked-on food and grease. No need to use any harsh chemicals!

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