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This page will provide you with all the information you need to create outdoor meals and memories on your new Weber Q.
This guide will allow you to have cooking success, right out of the box. From understanding the basics of the direct and indirect cooking methods, learning how to keep your Weber Q in top shape, understanding how to set up your barbecue to achieve certain cooking outcomes, through to finding cooking inspiration with our feature recipes.
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Barbecuing The Weber Way
DIRECT AND INDIRECT COOKING
Direct Heat On Your Weber Q
The direct method is used for grilling or searing food on your barbecue. Food is cooked directly above a heat source and directly on the cooking grill. Direct cooking is recommended for foods that will cook through to completion in under 20 minutes, and that will be turned, at least once, during cooking.
Indirect Heat On Your Weber Q
The indirect cooking method is used for roasting and baking. Food is not cooked directly over a heat source or directly on the cooking grill above a heat source. Indirect cooking is recommended for foods that will take longer than 20 minutes to cook to completion, and they generally don’t need to be turned at all during the cooking process.