Winter Weber Grilling: It's a 365 Thing.

To me, there is something special about grilling in the winter when it snows.  Sure, it's cold, but the falling snowflakes and quiet landscape make a memorable backdrop for an already unforgettable meal.  When the flakes fall, the only decision in my dinner grilling plans is what hat to wear.
 

 

What are your thoughts? (2)

12.18.14

Eric S

You guys can have the snow, glad I live in Texas. And I do grill year round.

12.17.14

Mike Lang

Hey Eric - That is entirely not fair! ;) As I put on an extra jacket, I'm glad to see you are grilling year round in much better weather! Grill on!

Mike

12.05.14

Donald W

To all my fellow grill lovers, I have two Webers that have never seen the underside of a cover. No time to cover them, they're hardly cooled down and it's time for maybe breakfast. I'm not sure when I got my first one but I personally think the aroma and cooking sounds are twice as strong right after a snowfall. Everyone should try a sunrise, winter meal. Thanks WEBER. Don W.

12.05.14

Mike Lang

Hi Don - Now that is my kind of testimonial...and challenge! I could not agree with your sentiments more. Grill on!

Mike