Weber® Grills® Original Kettle Series 25″ Black Charcoal Grill

Weber Spirit II E Burner Gas Grill The Spirit II E-310 is a perfectly fine gas grill, just not an exceptional one. There were some flare-ups during cooking, and we found about a 15-degree difference between foods cooked in the front and those in the back and center. Control the temperature of your grill, without… Continue reading Weber® Grills® Original Kettle Series 25″ Black Charcoal Grill

Weber Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill, 22-Inch WEB-KETTLE-PREM

A high-end ceramic kamado grill, while a superior cooker thanks to its insulation, will run you $800 minimum. Barrel-style charcoal grills, while larger, can be more difficult to manage and harder to clean. In evaluating charcoal grills, we evaluated their performance with evenness of cooking, grill marks, caramelization and char, tenderness, and overall flavor. If… Continue reading Weber Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill, 22-Inch WEB-KETTLE-PREM

Weber 22 Original Kettle Charcoal Grill

The hinged sides and pop-out center of the grate are nice for adding charcoal while cooking. We found it difficult, however, to use these to arrange or bank the coals without burning ourselves, as it required us to remove the entire grate for safety. The world of the charcoal grill is essentially back to basics… Continue reading Weber 22 Original Kettle Charcoal Grill

Weber 70th Anniversary Edition Kettle Charcoal Grill 22-Inch Rock N Roll Blue 19524001

That said, charcoal (especially in briquette form) produces a lot more ash than hardwood. And if you plan to cook low and slow we suggest adding weber bbq a few chunks of hardwood to your charcoal pile. This brings about more smoke flavor in barbecue meat like pork ribs, pork butt and beef brisket. The… Continue reading Weber 70th Anniversary Edition Kettle Charcoal Grill 22-Inch Rock N Roll Blue 19524001

Charcoal and Kettle Grills

A high-end ceramic kamado grill, while a superior cooker thanks to its insulation, will run you $800 minimum. Barrel-style charcoal grills, while larger, can be more difficult to manage weber bbq and harder to clean. In evaluating charcoal grills, we evaluated their performance with evenness of cooking, grill marks, caramelization and char, tenderness, and overall… Continue reading Charcoal and Kettle Grills

Weber Original Kettle Charcoal Grill 18″

While charcoal grilling is great for hamburgers and hot dogs, a Weber smoker is ideal for larger cuts of meats. From brisket to ham, slow cook your favorite large cuts of meat for juicy, flavorful meals. Cook delicious burgers, juicy steaks, game-day hot dogs and yummy veggies to perfection with a new or Weber smoker… Continue reading Weber Original Kettle Charcoal Grill 18″

How To Use a Weber Charcoal Kettle Grill

If your coals still have some life left in them, keep the grill covered and away from water; you can use them during your next grilling session. Our favorite charcoal grill is the Weber Original Kettle Premium 22” Charcoal Grill. For a grill that’s more feature-heavy and even has an ignition system, we like the… Continue reading How To Use a Weber Charcoal Kettle Grill

How To Use a Weber Charcoal Kettle Grill

The 363-square-inch cooking area can easily handle a pair of whole chickens or about 10 to 13 burgers, depending on how large you make your patties. Any more than that and the grill can get overloaded, making it difficult to cook everything evenly and to flip the patties. Whether you want a portable charcoal grill… Continue reading How To Use a Weber Charcoal Kettle Grill

Weber Original Kettle Premium 22 Charcoal Grill Review

The built-in lid thermometer displays the internal temperature of your grill so that you know when to adjust the heat. The One-Touch™ cleaning system provides hassle-free cleanup of charcoal ash and debris by swiping it into a high-capacity, weber charcoal grill removable ash catcher. Next, we tested each grill’s medium heat cooking capability by roasting… Continue reading Weber Original Kettle Premium 22 Charcoal Grill Review