All entries filed under “Grills”

How to Roast a Turkey on the Grill for Thanksgiving

How to Roast a Turkey on the Grill for Thanksgiving

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Nov 15, 2017

With Thanksgiving one week away, it's time to get a plan figured out for dinner. While the turkey is the star of the dinner table, it can also be the most intimidating dish to conquer. Feel confident roasting the turkey this year with these tips from Weber. The best part? It's all done on the grill so the stove is free for all those tasty sides to go alongside the turkey. STEP 1: Indirect heat...

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Primo Grill Buying Guide

Primo Grill Buying Guide

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | May 24, 2016

Primo Grill Product Line Our fleet of ceramic grills is designed to fit everyone's outdoor cooking needs. From our flagship Jack Daniel's Edition Oval XL 400 to our classic round Kamado. Every Primo grill is made to be a primary outdoor cooker, but any of them can be added to a built-in outdoor kitchen or to complement an existing grill or smoker. To give you an idea of the size of our grills and...

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SABER: the Premium Grill You Can Now Really Afford

SABER: the Premium Grill You Can Now Really Afford

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Apr 04, 2016

What makes SABER the best value among premium grills? We deliver superior performance and all the features and sales support you want—for far less than other premium brands. Every SABER grill uses our patented infrared technology and is made with the same premium materials and quality construction. No one combines performance, innovation and affordability like SABER. SABER’s...

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Oval Beats Round Every Time

Oval Beats Round Every Time

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Apr 04, 2016

  Primo's Patented Oval Design The unique patented oval shape delivers the highest cooking flexibility and efficiency of any other ceramic grill. It creates two different and distinct cooking zones. If you've ever tried to grill a steak and vegetables at the same time it's likely that the steak came out fine, but the vegetables came out too charred. Or you had to roast the vegetable first,...

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Healthiest Recipes On The Grill

Healthiest Recipes On The Grill

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Aug 27, 2015

By nature, grilling is inherently a healthy way to prepare food. The other great thing is you can grill almost anything. Here are some of our favorite healthy grilling ideas.   Grilled Salad You read that right, you can grill your salad! Simply take hearts of romaine and split them in half longwise so you have a long flat surface to put in contact with your grill. Brush the freshly cut side...

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Steak House Wedge Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing by Weber Grills

Steak House Wedge Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing by Weber Grills

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Sep 03, 2014

Steak House Wedge Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing by Weber Grills

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MUST HAVE ENTERTAINING ACCESSORIES

MUST HAVE ENTERTAINING ACCESSORIES

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Aug 14, 2014

When warm weather arrives, there is nothing we like to do more than entertain at home.

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Infrared vs. Traditional Convective Cooking Systems

Infrared vs. Traditional Convective Cooking Systems

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Apr 14, 2013

Infrared vs. Traditional Convective Cooking Systems Both systems start with gas-powered burners. A traditional convection gas grill uses circulating hot air, like an oven, to cook. Hot air circulates around the food, which dries out the natural moisture in steaks and chicken and shrinks hamburgers into hockey pucks. When grease drips through the open grate, it causes flare-ups that can char the meat and create big temperature fluctuations.

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Sweet and Spicy Shrimp Kabob

Sweet and Spicy Shrimp Kabob

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Aug 04, 2011

•    1/4cup honey•    1tablespoon minced canned chipotle chile peppers in adobo sauce•    1/2teaspoon kosher salt•    1pound extra-large shrimp (16/20 count), shelled and deveined•    2tablespoons minced fresh cilantro leaves    1. In a large bowl combine the honey, chile peppers, and salt....

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Smoking Basics

Smoking Basics

Posted by The Great Escape Blog | Jul 26, 2011

Woods:  Start by soaking wood chunks in water for at least one hour; chips (including wine barrel chips) and aromatic twigs (grape vines or fruit wood twigs) need only 30 minutes of soaking. Shake all excess water off woods before adding them to your fire or smoker box. You can find smoking woods in hardware stores and home centers-or if you're lucky, in your own backyard! Wine barrel chips are...

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