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Fresh Pork Tenderloin, the making of the ultimate slider!
By Mike Lang
10 awesome salad ideas for you to try in 2016!
By Heather Herriges
The hottest blog posts in 2015!
Grill an extra special meal to ring out the new year!
Typically baked in the oven, this sausage roll recipe is easily adaptable to the outdoors. All you need is your grill, a plank, and your appetite.
This ham is a showstopper, with a crisped crust, melted pork fat, and sweet maple-brown sugar glaze.
By Mike Vrobel, Guest Blogger
Get the gift for every griller on your list with this guide!
Here is an easy and fun idea for apples stuffed with pork and bacon, sounds pretty awesome doesn’t it?
By Matt Jost, R&D Chef at the Weber Grill Restaurant, Guest Blogger
Time to break out the rotisserie and do some live fire spit-roasting!
Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this recipe. That hard working pork shoulder has a lot of flavor, and a simple brine builds on it to make a roast that is better than the sum of its ingredients.
Inspired from French cooking, make the most of your roasts by adding the drippings into a potato side dish!
Get my tips on grilling 6 types of pork.
By Kevin Kolman
Learn about the differences in ribs and what to look for when buying them.
By Mark Holzkopf, Guest Blogger
It's early in the grilling season, but that doesn't mean we can't start having some fun on the Weber Smokey Mountain!
My favorite types of appetizers have three requirements: they must be bite size, addictive, and grilled.
Here are 5 mouth watering burger recipes for you to try!
When I started working at Weber, I learned I could make ribs in about half the time by wrapping them in foil. I was skeptical at first, but once I tried it I became a convert.
By Jennie Lussow, Guest Blogger
Make this dip before the big game and just heat it up or just make it at your next tailgate.
I have this thing for grilling food stuffed in other foods and by far, my favorite food to stuff and grill is a bell pepper.
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
It only takes a few extra steps, but it’s amazing how this is so often overlooked.
By Mark Fenne, Guest Blogger
Check out these tips before your through your next BBQ.
This video outlines the essential steps that will guarantee your pork shoulder is smoked perfectly, promising many tasty meals for you to enjoy!
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