Breaking out of the Box with Breakfast on your Weber!

Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day, and if you’ve had breakfast off your Weber, I know you agree. You might be surprised to learn that all your favorite breakfast foods can be grilled, and even come out tasting more delicious than usual because of the unique flavor your grill naturally enhances them with. From bacon and eggs, to French toast and pancakes, your Weber can do it all. This video is sure to inspire you to take your coffee outside and grill a complete breakfast you’ll be dreaming of each night. Now you really have something to look forward to in the mornings.

What are your thoughts? (1)

11.03.13

Jeff T

Kevin,

I am new to the Weber family and am excited about using my new Weber EP330 in as many ways as possible. I want to learn about how to cook all kinds of meat and vegetables, and after viewing this video, bacon! I tried cooking bacon the way you showed, but it drips fat down into the burners and flares up and burns the bacon. How is it that your bacon turned out perfect? Also, I have never put diced potatoes on the grill before now, but they seem to get pretty dry. Is this normal to this type of potatoes?

Thanks again, and keep the good ideas coming!

11.03.13

Kevin Kolman

Hi Jeff,

Well, let me be one of the first to welcome you to the Weber family! Talk about an amazing grill you have there. The Weber Genesis 330 is one of my favorites. If you are looking to get the most out of your grill, you have come to the right place. Bacon is amazing when grilled. The trick is keeping the temperatures low after the preheat. Keeping the temperature at or around 400 is critical. This will help grill the bacon quickly, but keep those flare ups to a minimum. The preheat is crucial because it brings the grill up to temperature which will give you the grill marks you are looking for. The potato issue depends on the size you cut the pieces. Large cuts can take longer, drying them out a little. You can try soaking them in cold water for a few minutes before placing them on the grill. That will help retain a some moisture. Another tip…a little bit of butter can go a long way! Keep me posted on the grilling adventures.

Happy Grilling!
-Kevin