- iGrill is your friend. Winter temperatures aside, it's always a good idea to use a meat thermometer to make sure your food is cooked properly and to perfection. iGrill is a digital app-connected thermometer that allows you to connect up to four temperature probes to monitor food from beginning to end. The app will notify you once cooked foods, like steak, chicken or roast have reached the perfect degree to serve. Bluetooth® connectivity, with a range of up to 45 metres (line of sight), means you can monitor the temperature of your food as it cooks from the warmth of your home.
- Remember to cook with the lid closed. Barbecuing when the temperature is lower will lead to longer cooking times, and the more you open the lid, the longer your food will take. Cooking with the lid on creates an oven-like effect in your barbecue, keeping the heat inside and circulating it around the food.
- Keep your barbecue covered when not in use – especially in the winter – to protect it from the elements.
- Trust your barbecue! Weber barbecues are put through rigorous testing to ensure that they perform at a superior level in any type of weather. Your Weber barbecue performs well in different weather scenarios because of the high-quality materials used in production.
Whether you prefer cooking with charcoal, gas or electric you will be good to go with Weber! So no need to put your barbecue away approaching winter, keep it standing tall in your garden.