Are they potato chips, or just planked scalloped potatoes? Call it what you will, I just like to eat them.
By Mike Lang
10 awesome salad ideas for you to try in 2016!
By Heather Herriges
Get 10 grilled sides that will go perfect with your holiday meal.
A twist on the traditional sweet potatoes, and one that is sure to become a crowd favorite during the holidays. These are so easy to make, but packed full of flavor!
By Matt Jost, R&D Chef at the Weber Grill Restaurant
This is a “fresh look” at a holiday classic.
Skewered meat has two advantages, it’s easy to manage on the grill and it takes only one hand to eat.
How much water do I need to add?
By Kevin Kolman
Add a flavor boost to your gravy.
Of course "mashed potatoes” and “grill” don’t exactly go together, but make them twice baked, add in a cedar plank, and you have the makings for the ultimate side dish.
Complete your plate with our top 10 Thanksgiving side dishes, all grilled on your Weber.
Grilling the Brussels sprouts helps them develop a nice crunchy exterior and caramelizes the natural sugars which really brings out the sweetness.
By Jennie Lussow
Grilled fruit always takes a dish to the next level!
By Katelyn Hammarlund, Guest Blogger
It’s the time of year when grillmasters from across the country take their skills from the backyard to the parking lot.
Time to wow your guests at your next backyard BBQ with this delicious and tasty smoked lamb shoulder cooked on a Weber Smokey Mountain!
Pecans are always a great snack to have on hand for any occasion and with this recipe you can eat them all immediately, as was the case with me, or save them and be ready to entertain.
By Steven Trulaske, Guest Blogger
These roasted onions go with just about anything. Dice them and eat them as a side dish, spread them on bread as a topping, mix them into a salad, or toss them with potatoes.
By Mike Vrobel, Guest Blogger
My perspective of grilling dinner.
Inspired from French cooking, make the most of your roasts by adding the drippings into a potato side dish!
Using the cedar plank and a lightly breaded sweet onion, you too can achieve a fresh approach to a carnival classic.
By Michael P. Clive, Guest Blogger
Here are just a few of my favorite meat and veggie pairings.
By Mark Holzkopf
Watermelon will always be my go-to summer fruit.
By Kelsey Heidkamp, Guest Blogger
This jalapeño popper gets the party poppin’ every time what with the zing of the jalapeño combined with the creamy cheese & horseradish filling then capped and wrapped with BOTH sausage and bacon.
Learn how to grill this accordion style potato!
By Jeff Swearingen, Guest Blogger
Next time you want to make potatoes, and you want to try something completely different than the normal routine (and you all know what I’m talking about!), try this on for size.
By Mark Fenne, Guest Blogger
Let your creativity set sail for a grand grilling adventure with vegetables!
Some of the best flavors can be showcased on the grill by combining a few great tasting ingredients.
Healthy never tasted so good.
Add some flair to the traditional by getting a little grilled flavor to some of your Thanksgiving mainstays, like the green bean casserole.
By Dina Howard
Weber and the holidays have a lot in common… both inspire celebrations, and both bring people together.
While cooking stuffing inside a turkey is traditional, I find it much easier, and even better, to grill it separately.
Grilling can change anyone's opinion of any vegetable.
In its simplest form, a fresh tomato, heavily salted, and quickly grilled, is divine. For something equally good, but extra special, light your grill and grab a cedar plank.
At some point in our lives, all of us have experienced it. Colorless. Mushy. Tasteless. Funky odor. Vegetables!
Share and connect with fellow grillers.
Share all of your grill moments.