1975 Key Lime

This unused 1975 Key Lime is owned by WKC member Rub. Following up on a lead provided by WKC founder Troy, Rub was able to secure it with help from a friend. Of course it came with a vintage Weber cover. Find out why this kettle is called “Marge’s Undercover Lime”. Read the full story [...]

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1980 Green MBH – (18″)

This dark green color was first introduced in 1979. In 1981, the change to using wooden bowl handles meant this color was only produced for two years as a metal bowl handle model. I recently acquired this one from long time WKC member landgraftj. He came into possession of it soon after joining the WKC [...]

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Slow’n Sear Maker Launches Kamado Grill

February 19, 2019 – Adrenaline Barbecue Company, the brand behind the popular Slow’n Sear accessory for the Weber charcoal kettle, has launched a new line of charcoal grill! Slow’n Sear Kamado ABC’s new grill is a cordierite ceramic kamado style cooker. Kamado style grills have thermally insulated walls to keep heat inside and maximize fuel [...]

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1964 – The Penthouse

Yes, The Penthouse actually does exist. This NOS one is currently up for auction on Ebay. As shown in the assembly diagram, it was designed to be hung from a balcony railing. Hopefully this will land in the hands of a WKC member and we can get more detailed photos of it.

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1963 Flamenco

This is the first Flamenco to be seen on the WKC Forum and at this time, one of only three known to exist. It popped up on Facebook Marketplace, listed as a fire pit table. WKC member azbeeking is now the owner of this rare piece of Weber history. It is believed to have been [...]

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Using a remote thermometer on a rotisserie

One of the challenges in using a rotisserie is how to obtain the internal finish temperature of what is being cooked. The usual method is to calculate an estimated finish time, then begin probing the meat about 1/2 hour earlier with a thermometer until the desired finish temp is reached. This works but requires turning [...]

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How to Grill Fish and get a CRISPY SKIN

Looking for that Asian-style crispy skinned fish without wasting a pan full of oil and stinking up your kitchen? Do it on your Weber charcoal grill and get a super crispy skin and crazy moist interior! To get that nice crispy skin on our grilled fish we’re going to grill the fish as close to the [...]

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NEW! Thermoworks Signals – 4 Probe WiFi BBQ Thermometer Review

Thermoworks Signals – 4-Probe BBQ Thermometer + WiFi + BlueTooth The Signals is the newest wireless BBQ thermometer from Thermoworks. It’s available NOW for $229 and comes in 9 different colors. What’s Included: 3 Pro-grade Food Probes 1 Pro-grade air temp / pit probe grate clip to mount pit probe colored probe ID rings USB-C [...]

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1962 Ambassador

This beauty is a 1962 Ambassador.  The color was called yellow ochre in the 1962 Weber Catalog and was priced at $54.95.  It is one of only 5  Ambassadors known to be in possession of WKC members.  What makes this one special is not only its pristine condition but as of now is the only [...]

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Malory Cast Iron Grates vs KillaGrilla Heavy Duty Stainless Grates

I consider these two cooking grates the best options available for the Weber charcoal grill. Upgrading the cooking grate is a quick and easy way to improve your grill and up your grilling game. Weber does not make a complete cast iron grate. Here’s a complete list of cooking grate upgrades for the Weber kettle. [...]

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