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Author Topic: Do chicks have the passion that is Weber ?? Or more inventive ideas to get the kids hooked on the We  (Read 354 times)

Fire Starter

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Would love to hear from any ladies that have recipes or ideas, and also anything to get my kids more involved. It’s definitely a something I’m interested in to make it more gender friendly and promote the Grateness that is Weber

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hawgheaven

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Well, I am no lady, but I bought my Grand daughter for her 8th birthday a copper Weber SJ... She's hooked. 8)

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Mike in Roseville

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Well I’m no expert, but most women don’t like to be called “chicks” or “females.” That right there will get you a little more “gender friendly.”

Anyway, if she has a passion for cooking, use that to find a middle ground. For example, some people bake on their kettles. You provide  the kettle and you guys can try baking a cake or a pie on it.

If she doesn’t like to cook at all...then probably no need to force her.

As for kids, start them young. Have them help. If they’re older, you can also have them plan a menu and a strategy for cooking it. What’s their favorite food? You can probably make it on the grill. That’s a good place to start.




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inkaddictedchef1

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Well I’m no expert, but most women don’t like to be called “chicks” or “females.” That right there will get you a little more “gender friendly.”

Anyway, if she has a passion for cooking, use that to find a middle ground. For example, some people bake on their kettles. You provide  the kettle and you guys can try baking a cake or a pie on it.

If she doesn’t like to cook at all...then probably no need to force her.

As for kids, start them young. Have them help. If they’re older, you can also have them plan a menu and a strategy for cooking it. What’s their favorite food? You can probably make it on the grill. That’s a good place to start.




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Well said

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