1. Weekend Nachos on the Grill

    So easy and oh-so great! You also may want to cook your own nach on the osgo all you need is a portable grill. Ideal for tailgating, nachos never get old… particularly when they are grilled. Use your vegetable bins as cooking and staging containers to assemble your nachos then stack a way, along w…Read More

  2. Kettle Burgers

    At Weber Grill Eateries we developed an upscale version of the traditional hamburger, our “Farm” KettleBurger. It is so-called because it’s stacked with cherry wood-smoked goat-cheese that was fresh, bacon, and a ground lamb and hamburger patty, all put together into one amazing hamburger. We …Read More

  3. Tacos Barbacoa Style on the Grill

    I have two confessions to make,  I love Barbacoa and I cant speak Spanish. The former is not difficult. What is not adore about barbacoa? It is tender beef that is highly seasoned and creates unbelievable tacos. It is possible to find good barbacoa in a restaurant, but when you grill it at home not…Read More

  4. Fennel Pollen for the Grill

    Your key tool for cooking greatness? Fennel Pollen In the past 10 years past pollen–yes, the yellowish dirt that falls from fennel - was mostly was seen in Croatia. Today it is a fairly fashionable ingredient, appearing on menus of high end eateries. The current interpretation, is that pollen is a…Read More

  5. Grilling Fruit

    Cooking is involved at every excellent barbecue. Brats, hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, and veggies are consistently tossed on the grill. A fresh way to add a splash of color to your barbeque is with a fresh fruit salad, although most people enjoy the bar-b-que classics! To have a barbecue that is ne…Read More

  6. Pizza in the fall on the grill

    Autumn is upon us and the cooler weather with it! Oranges, pumpkins and seedlings are a few of the more common ingredients displayed up in the farmer’s market at the produce stalls today. I’ve discovered that these veggies that were more substantial often match nicely with all the cozy tastes of…Read More

  7. Roasted Pecans on the Grill

    Pecans are consistently an excellent snack to have on hand for just about any occasion and with this particular recipe for Balsamic Toasted Pecans they can be eaten right away, as was true for me, or save them - and be ready to entertain at a minutes notice. To begin you are going to need: 1 lb of u…Read More

  8. Drip Pan Potatoes On The Grill

    Years ago, I took a trip to Provence, France, for classes. Among the artfully arranged plant stalls was a truck with a wall of spinning chickens ready to eat. What grabbed my attention was the heap of potatoes underneath the chickens, soaking up the drippings and sold as a side dish. What a brillian…Read More

  9. 3 Tips to Help Your Grilled Chicken

    The image you’re viewing is a situation that occurs to most people who grill. Just how can you keep chicken from stickin' ? Time and heat are the secrets to cooking poultry. First, brush the chicken with olive-oil to preventing sticking. Second, maintain grill temperatures to around 425-450F. The …Read More

  10. Easy Weekend Tacos

    As they can get much use on the weekends, I make an effort to give my grills the maximum amount of love during the week. When I am pushed for time, but nevertheless want… scratch that, need, to see mild smoke blowing from the ports on my grill, I grill short-rib tacos. These tacos make certain my …Read More