Your game day sandwiches are sure to be a success!
Step-by-step guide to cooking your turkey on your WSM!
Tips for smoking brisket from Weber's Grill Master
Welcome to the newest member of the Weber family!
Help! The weather report shows it is going to be COLD, how do I adjust my grill or smoker?
Woods can really enhance your turkey without overpowering.
If you are feeding a crowd or just really love smoked turkey, then be sure to check out our tips on smoking 2 turkeys at the smoker.
Wow your guests at your next backyard BBQ with this delicious smoked lamb shoulder cooked on a Weber Smokey Mountain!
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!
Let’s unpack the smoker and get grilling this Spring with a fresh, bone-in ham, smoked on a Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker!
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.
It's early in the grilling season, but that doesn't mean we can't start having some fun on the Weber Smokey Mountain!
A twist on a traditional turkey.
Get the basics on how to how to set-up and use the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker.
Smoking is the ultimate lesson in patience because there is no way to cheat or speed up the process. The meat is simply done when it is done.
There are ribs and then there are RIBS!
Long before we started selling Weber Smokey Mountain Cookers people were enjoying the smoky flavor of beef brisket, ribs, pork shoulder and chicken at their favorite barbecue restaurant.
Since everyone will be looking forward to that first bite of turkey, really give them a gift by smoking it.
If you’ve never smoked ribs before, here’s your time to learn. If you have smoked them, this is a refresher course for you.
This video outlines the essential steps that will guarantee your pork shoulder is smoked perfectly, promising many tasty meals for you to enjoy!
Gather your charcoal, wood chunks, grilling tools and brisket. It’s time to get that smoker started!
Use wood chips to add a great flavor to your barbecued food.
Check out my videos below and learn how to set up your charcoal, gas and smoker for low and slow barbecue cookin'.
One of my favorite pastimes is smoking. There's nothing like the aroma of wood smoke, and the awesome flavors of a well-smoked meal.