According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, July is the peak month for home fires in the United States and grilling plays a role in that, with gas grills playing a larger role than charcoal.
I had a friend suggest that I try grilling a ham. I had never even thought of it, but it's a nice change of pace for your late summer grilling. In our house we grill several times a week, so by the time we get to August we are ready to change it up from burgers and brats. The grilled ham was easy and didn't take all day.
It’s smack dab in the middle of grilling season and you have probably exhausted all your family favorites, steak, shrimp, chicken breasts and pork. I have seen lots of different recipes for tin foil dinners on the grill and have always wanted to try one while we were camping. This is the recipe we chose this past weekend. It was easy and I used pre-cooked grilled chicken for ease and food safety.
I've seen some YouTube videos on how to set up your Weber grill as a smoker. There's a few different techniques, but it all is very similar. But there was questions that these videos didn't answer. Like how long? What temperature? How fast does it heat up? What are some of the challenges, etc. I learned a lot my first time, and it actually turned out fantastic.
I grew up with a Weber grill. It's the classic charcoal grill that has been around for decades. People love them, and I had a hand me down Weber grill that finally broke down a few years back. As a wedding gift, we got a gas grill. It did it's job for about 2 years, before it crapped out as well. It was time to go back the classic, so I started shopping around. I found myself zeroing in on