Get to know the man behind the iconic Weber kettle charcoal grill.
By Ann Garrison, Guest Blogger
In 1952 George A. Stephen simply wanted to grill a better steak.
By Jennie Lussow
Now fire up that grill and raise your tongs as we say happy birthday to our backyard hero, George Stephen.
By Kevin Kolman
It’s not every day one comes across a Weber Imperial Sequoia. When you do, you cherish it, hug it and hold on to it and grill on it like it was George Stephen’s backyard grill.
By Dustin Green, Executive Chef Weber Grill Restaurant - Schaumburg, Guest Blogger
Today we celebrate the founder and creator of the icon Weber Kettle, George A. Stephen!
In 1952 George Stephen set out to grill a decent steak.
By Mike Kempster, Guest Blogger
It’s inevitable. I’m traveling somewhere, the Weber logo on my bag, and I hear from behind me, “Oh, I know Mr. Weber!”
By Brooke Jones
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