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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
The grill for people who wanted a full-sized 22" Weber kettle that could be wheeled anyplace.
The Smokey Joe provides consumers with a smaller size Weber kettle barbecue to take camping, picnicking or to the beach.
The competition lasted the whole summer, until the piece de resistance.
Decked out in the ultra-mod fashion of the day—powder blue polyester bellbottoms and a matching shirt with swaying palm trees on it—I was dressed to grill. Yow!
Check out the history of the Flamenco Grill.
How I overcame my fear of grilling fish.
Today we celebrate the founder and creator of the icon Weber Kettle, George A. Stephen!
By Alycia Sale
We’ve come a long way!
In 1952 George Stephen set out to grill a decent steak.
It’s inevitable. I’m traveling somewhere, the Weber logo on my bag, and I hear from behind me, “Oh, I know Mr. Weber!”
By Brooke Jones
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