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 [...]


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 [...]


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 [...]


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 [...]

Weber Ambassador - Ochre yellow vintage 8 comments

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. [...]


1956-57 Weber Brothers Orange and Black Speckled Custom

This stunning piece of kettle history was found in a storage unit in Minnesota and is owned by WKC member, Saxart.  This very unique color is described as “bright burnt orange” and the finish has a bumpy texture.  The lid and bowl are in incredible condition for their age, however, the legs and wheels were [...]

Orange and Black Speckled Custom lid handle 3 comments

Best Cast Iron Grates for Weber Charcoal Grills

Cast iron grates are a great way to up your grilling level. Cast iron has a much higher thermal capacity than the standard grill grates. When that heat is unleashed onto a juicy porterhouse, the result is an amazing set of dark mahogany grill marks that only cast iron grates can offer. The Weber charcoal [...]


Slow N Sear Buyers Guide

What is the Slow N Sear? The Slow N Sear is a multi-function charcoal divider for the Weber charcoal grill. The Slow N Sear dramatically improves the cooking experience for both grilling and smoking on the Weber kettle. The Slow N Sear sits snugly into the Weber kettle grill and creates a perfect two-zone setup. [...]

Weber Slow N Sear 3 comments

Best BBQ Pit Probes and Grilling Thermometers

A reliable and accurate thermometer is a MUST-HAVE for grilling and barbecue. Professional chefs and pitmasters rely on two different types of thermometers. The instant-read thermometers and wireless bbq thermometers on this page have been tested and approved by myself and the Weber Kettle Club community. Looking for a Wireless BBQ Pit probe or wifi [...]


1973 Yellow Offset Handle Smokey Joe

When member Chiku18 alerted me to this Smokey Joe box with model number SJ-120, I searched through all the old catalogs and was intrigued when I couldn’t find that particular model number.  I just knew it had to be secured and documented by the Weber Kettle Club.  I’m proud to share with you the unboxing [...]