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Check Out The Barbecue Meter

The Barbecuemeter is someone who started following us on Twitter and then I went to check it out. How many of us get ready to head to Costco or the local grocery with 35 people coming over and have no idea how many burgers we need? If this sounds familiar, the Barbecuemeter may be just […]

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Twitter is a wonderful tool to get breaking news and cutting edge information. Follow Weber @webergrills or for those of us in the UK or who are not afraid of global BBQ advice, @weberbarbecues I find that my Weber grills (18in Kettle, Summit 450 and Summit 650), which I do not cover get pretty dirty […]

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Slow Braised Brisket

I grew up eating Mama Bells Jewish Brisket and it is a family recipe that has been handed down from generation. Although now I am more into smoked brisket than I am my mom’s Jewish brisket recipe, there is no doubt that these are two different dishes entirely. This Jewish style brisket recipe is made […]

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Celebrity Grill Show Podcast App

Owning BBQ Pro Shop has it’s advantages and one of them is sampling tools and spices that help us stay ahead of the game and remain on the cutting edge in BBQ. Yes, I just said “cutting edge” because the Apple “iRevolution” has changed the way we will grill and BBQ forever. JM, host of […]

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Willingham's "Surprise Burgers"

I know that we can’t get enough of Willingham’s Cajun Hot seasoning? Well here is a fantastic cheese burger recipe to spice things up a bit.  This is a twist on burgers that comes from the Willingham’s suggestions sheet that is inserted into all of our shipments. Combine: 3 LB of Ground Chuck or Sirloin […]