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BBQ Pit Pasta

By BBQ Bob

Killer Pasta Using Your Weber! If you are both a Grill owner and a Pasta Freak boy do we have the recipe for you! This isn’t your Aunt Bee’s Pasta dish so watch out for the Food Police. Watch the BBQ Pit Boys put together a Beef, Sausage, Bacon and three Cheese iron pan casserole […]

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12 Grilling Mistakes To Avoid

By BBQ Bob

Get Your Grill On! Well, it’s time to review some grilling boo boo’s that many of us make, or have made in the past.  The purpose is to improve our finished product (steak, chicken, pork, veggies, etc.) not to shun those that have committed grilling mistakes.  Perhaps you’re new to grilling and need some friendly […]

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How to Cook Steak on Coals

By BBQ Bob

Cook steak without a grate! I’ll bet you always thought you needed that grate on the grill to cook those steaks.  Right?  Wrong! For centuries man thought that he needed to keep the meat he was cooking somehow separated from the heat source. What he did not realize, is that his ancestors had it all […]

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Bacon Wrapped Beer Can Burgers

By BBQ Bob

Get Those Beer Cans Ready! Aside from just being super cool to say… Beer Can Burgers… they are way easier to make. Like crazy easy. And, none of the goodies fall out! I hate when that happens! You take all this time and effort stuffing burger balls and at that very first bite…it all falls […]

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Cheesy Grilled Stuffed Flank Steak

By BBQ Bob

This recipe has us dancing! Ingredients: 2 medium garlic cloves , minced or pressed through garlic press (about 2 teaspoons) 1 small shallot , minced (about 2 tablespoons) 2 tablespoons fresh parsley leaves , finely minced 1 teaspoon sage leaves , finely minced 2 tablespoons olive oil , plus extra for oiling grate 1 flank […]

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Awesome Ribeye Steak on the Kettle

By BBQ Bob

A Steak Lover’s dream video! A delicious Ribeye Steak (also sometimes referred to as a Delmonico or Scotch Fillet) awaits you on the grill!  Any Pit Master worth her/his salt & pepper knows that a ribeye steak and all the trimmings is gooooood eat’n. All you’ll need here are two pretty Ribeyes (maybe a few more […]