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Help! The weather report shows it is going to be COLD, how do I adjust my grill or smoker?
By Kevin Kolman
Use your kettle to cook the best turkey ever! Get our tips on preparing the turkey, the grill, how long to cook it and how to know when it is done!
While a traditional roast turkey is superb, adding smoke only makes it better.
By Mike Lang
How to make your guests say "Wow, this is really good!".
By Mike Vrobel, Guest Blogger
How much clearance there is between the cooking grate and the lid? We’ve put together some handy charts that breakdown the clearance for each model.
By John Burns, Guest Blogger
Whether this is the time of year to hibernate your Webers for winter or it’s simply a pitstop on your way to some great cold weather dinners, it’s a perfect time for a cleaning.
Make sure your grill is ready when you are!
By Heather Herriges
Time to break out the rotisserie and do some live fire spit-roasting!
By Matt Jost, R&D Chef at the Weber Grill Restaurant, Guest Blogger
Charcoal can be intimidating but with the easy steps outlined below, you are sure to be a grill master in no time!
How do you get the charcoal to go out so that you can cover up your kettle for the night?
These roasted onions go with just about anything. Dice them and eat them as a side dish, spread them on bread as a topping, mix them into a salad, or toss them with potatoes.
Grilled chicken for the week! An easy way to enjoy that grilled flavor all week long!
By Doug Hylla, Guest Blogger
Rotisserie pineapple seems exotic, but it is easy!
The griddle. No matter the meal or the time of day, it’s the one Gourmet Barbecue System accessory I always reach for first.
Easy tips from our Grill Master to using your brand new kettle for the first time!
By Steven Trulaske, Guest Blogger
We get asked this question a lot and I am here to tell you the incredibly simple answer.
Now, rotisserie chicken is a little extra work but a great chicken it is worth the effort.
There is some extra work involved with rotisserie grilling - you can’t just slap the meat on the grill - but it’s worth it.
Keeping a tradition and the stories alive with this family recipe.
By Kim Lefko
You can really impress your friends and family with beef tenderloin and crab legs, and the best part is it’s simple.
By Kelsey Heidkamp, Guest Blogger
A common question we receive from new grill owners or even repeat owners of new grills is, do I need to season my grates before grilling?
By Alycia Sale
Grilled steak salad, perfect for a fresh grab n' go option!
By Marie's Dressing, Guest Blogger
3 reasons to never use lighter fluid again.
Simply put, nothing gets coals burning faster and more evenly than a Rapidfire Chimney Starter.
The 5 key tips to ensure tailgate or home gate success!
Now this is a bbq feast! 36-inch Ranch kettles, fifty 18-pound hams, 500 pounds of charcoal to the bank and a half-truckload of freshly baked rye bread.
By Mike Kempster
Mediterranean-style pizza done the Weber way!
By Jennie Lussow, Guest Blogger
Check out how charcoal is made!
By Jessie Conti, Guest Blogger
I’m an equal opportunity griller when it comes to choosing between gas and charcoal grills. However, when grilling fish, I really like the way the charcoal flavor compliments the fish.
Check out my videos below and learn how to set up your charcoal, gas and smoker for low and slow barbecue cookin'.
One of my favorite pastimes is smoking. There’s nothing like the aroma of wood smoke and the awesome flavors of a well-smoked meal. With multiple smokers in my...
Check out the videos for Weber’s essential cleaning tips to get your charcoal and gas grills ready for great barbecues this season.
Make a Meal-to-Meal Grill Maintenance plan for your New Year's Resolution this year.
7 key tips to using a rotisserie.
Grilling with charcoal is a true test for any seasoned griller.
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