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The crispy grilled corn tortillas layered with refried beans, cheese, salsa and eggs served in a cast iron skillet makes for a crowd pleaser wherever I go.
By Michael P. Clive, Guest Blogger
When battling time & entertaining a group, I find one of the more forgiving ways to grill is with the rotisserie.
By Mike Lang
What are you grilling this Father's Day? Here are some of our top picks!
By Mark Holzkopf, Guest Blogger
Celebrate dad this year with an awesome ribeye and you can win a steak package from Snake River Farms!
By Kevin Kolman
Pulled BBQ Chicken Sandwiches, answering BBQ pangs with less time and less planning.
It’s like conducting a multi-grill symphony. I’ve got something here, here, and there, and it all has to come together at the same time! I love it.
Now, rotisserie chicken is a little extra work but a great chicken it is worth the effort.
By Mike Vrobel, Guest Blogger
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
If you haven’t tried shrimp on the grill yet, it is a definite must.
By Alycia Sale
Learn how to grill this accordion style potato!
By Jeff Swearingen, Guest Blogger
Let’s unpack the smoker and get grilling this Spring with a fresh, bone-in ham, smoked on a Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker!
By Matt Jost, R&D Chef at the Weber Grill Restaurant, Guest Blogger
At the Weber Grill Restaurant we wanted to celebrate the holiday with our own take on a traditional favorite, the corned beef and cabbage platter.
Whoever first decided to roast a chicken by standing it up using a can of beer was a grill genius.
Since Weber is the center of all my holiday parties, I wanted to let my Weber bleed green with me on St. Paddy’s Day, so I tried something new this year and I was absolutely impressed!
By Kelsey Heidkamp, Guest Blogger
One tip that will keep you grilling without issues this winter.
This soup is the perfect combination of flavors that will keep Old Man Winter at bay until the arrival of spring.
Some of the best flavors can be showcased on the grill by combining a few great tasting ingredients.
My favorite part of every meal is dessert, and this is doubly true at the holidays!
By Dina Howard, Guest Blogger
The grill isn’t just for dinner: New Year’s Eve small bite appetizers
You, and your Weber grill as your Sous Chef, can create some dynamite, restaurant quality meals at home.
By Mark Fenne, Guest Blogger
New Year’s Eve calls for something out of the ordinary, something special.
By Jennie Lussow, Guest Blogger
There are many creative things you can do with your leftovers to make another delicious meal. One of my favorites is the leftover grilled panini.
All of us at Weber find the holidays a great time to fire up our grills.
I have learned some things over the years that have made all my grilled beef tenderloins legendary.
Winter doesn't signal a time out from grilling, it's just the half way point of another year in the backyard. Here are some tips to see it through.
Healthy never tasted so good.
Winter is coming, but have no fear your Weber is here!
If it goes on my grill or in my belly, I probably want it for Christmas. Here are some ideas for the grill master in your life.
One of my favorite things to bake is Espresso Brownies and they’re even better when baked on the grill.
5 key tips to taking your baked goods from the oven out to the grill.
4 simple tips to ensure your brisket will be a crowd favorite.
Give the gift your favorite barbecue enthusiast is guaranteed to use and will always appreciate.
Win a chance to take home a Lobel’s prime rib roast for this holiday season.
Turkey sandwiches not cutting it? Take your leftovers outside: Grilled turkey, brie, & cranberry quesadillas.
Why using a Weber Smoker leads to turkey perfection.
Add some flair to the traditional by getting a little grilled flavor to some of your Thanksgiving mainstays, like the green bean casserole.
There is nothing more tasty than a dizzy turkey.
Sometimes all a beautiful turkey needs is a little bit of smoke.
There are a lot of different ways to prepare your turkey. Gas or charcoal? Smoker or grill? On the grates or on a rotisserie? Spatchcock or whole? Wet brine, dry brine or no brine at all? What kind of
Weber and the holidays have a lot in common… both inspire celebrations, and both bring people together.
While cooking stuffing inside a turkey is traditional, I find it much easier, and even better, to grill it separately.
A twist on a traditional turkey.
This recipe is sure to impress even the most timid of grillers.
Grilling a turkey in half the time that tastes twice as good: The Spatchcock
If you haven’t done so already, you must try grilling your turkey this year.
How do I guarantee a great lobster dinner? Easy, I grill it.
To me, there is something special about grilling in the winter when it snows.
Whether you’ve grilled prime rib many times, or are trying it out for the first time, let me help to ensure that you create the most mouth-watering prime rib to date.
We have you covered when it comes to gifts for all the grillers on your list.
Since everyone will be looking forward to that first bite of turkey, really give them a gift by smoking it.
5 things you need to know for your next Thanksgiving meal.
6 tips for your next Thanksgiving meal.
This video blog post has great tips for making your feast a success; with information on what tools to use, how to setup your charcoal or gas grill, and other tricks of the trade.
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