Sliding vegetables and chunks of meat onto a skewer is an easy way to grill without them falling into the fires below. But un-spearing them afterwards is often a pain-in-the-ass procedure that the GrillComb makes a lot easier.
Looking like a foot-long metal comb—hence the name—the GrillComb could be the best $11 (for a pair) a grillmaster ever spends. It works like a skewer, in that it safely secures meat and veggies while they toast up over an open flame. But that's where the similarities end. Because the GrillComb's brilliant design makes removing the food extremely easy. The best part, though, is that you don't have to yank off every single piece just to get to that hunk of steak in the middle. You can go for it right away and leave the veggies for later.