Fire up the barbie for another one of my Top Fives! This time, we're seeing what's cooking at Williams-Sonoma this summer. I hope you've eaten, because positively scrumptious food photography follows, and I won't be held responsible for growling tummies. Here we go... 1. Zoku Quick Pop Maker The DIY popsicle goes high-tech, and the results are absolutely gorgeous... Simply pop the Zoku unit in the freezer to "charge" it with subzero strength (24 hours should do the trick), remove from freezer, add your fave fruit juices (pop in a few fruit slices for good measure), and in as little as seven minutes, you've got chic-sicles that look as good as they taste. At $75, it's officially my fave summer gadget from Williams-Sonoma. 2. Le Creuset Round Grill Dutch Oven... in BLACK! It's the same iconic Le Creuset enameled cast-iron Dutch Oven so beloved by our mothers and grandmothers, but with a bit of a twist... Not only is the new Black colourway ferociously au courant; this model's fitted with stainless steel knobs that make it suitable for use on outdoor grills. Crazy clever, right? AND the matte black finish means you don't have to worry about discolouration after exposure to open flame. I can smell those short ribs already... 3. Williams-Sonoma "Cooking From the Farmers' Market" Cookbook The release of a Williams-Sonoma cookbook is always cause for celebration, but this one has me counting down the days to the opening of North York's Thursday Farmers' Market. The ultimate guide to what's in season, how to buy what's in season, and what to do with what you've bought that's in season. 245 recipes designed to help you make the most of fresh produce. 4. Fire Wire Flexible Grilling Skewers Another one for the "Why did nobody think of this before???" file. A flexible, stainless steel skewer that makes marinating a breeze: simply spear the yummy bits and bobs on the bendy cable, and they all fit beautifully into a bag or bowl... The skewer tip can drape over the edge of the grill so that it doesn't get too hot to handle, and after the backyard bash is over, you can pop the whole kit and kaboodle into the dishwasher. 5. Breville Stand Mixer My kitchen is stocked to the gills with Breville's super-sleek, brushed stainless appliances, so the completist in me is coveting this new Stand Mixer in the worst way. The coolest innovation here (apart from Breville's predictably swish aesthetics) is that scraper beater with flexible edges that continually scrapes the sides of the bowl like a spatula - reducing mixing times by up to 60 per cent. All products available at Williams-Sonoma. Follow Style Sleuth on Twitter! Subscribe to Style Sleuth!