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I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say there is no easier to prepare and cook on a kettle food that scores more impress points than salmon.
Literally a half a chimney of charcoal on one side, you spray the salmon with olive oil, hit it with salt, pepper and whatever other seasonings you might like and you place it offset the coals til it hits 150 degrees internal temp.
So easy, so sensational. For the brothers out there- you got a date with a special lady? Hit ’em up with this recipe, it’s a panty dropper for sure.
I think a big part of the beauty of a Weber Kettle is the simplicity. The ability to get parts inexpensively, the engineering that keeps the number of parts to a minimum and the simplicity in assembly which allows even the least mechanically inclined to restore them. The Q Series grills made by Weber are like little tanks. The 100/200 series are truly portable and the materials used insure it will last a good long time (much longer than any stainless Sears brand grill costing twice as much). The one piece burners slide into the regulators easily if they need to be replaced after years of use and they cost next to nothing to get a brand new one. One of the most ingenious parts of the engineering is the grate system that has slightly raised ridges for sear marks but are designed to cover the burners so they don’t get gunked up from fat drippings. Here’s a limited edition John Deere 2200 I picked up new today
Well Foster’s Grill Store Of Course!
My buddies Craig and James picked up and surprised me with a vintage Weber Firepit with wood handles (last made in the 90s). I posted about it and wouldn’t you know, I get a message from Boots at Foster’s telling me he has the official cover that was made for it up in the upstairs storage at Foster’s.
Incredible. This is why you do business locally. What great service. You think you’re gonna get that call from Home Depot? Oh Helllll No!
Last made in the 90s, now in my possession thanks to Boots at Foster’s!
You need a part for your old grill? you need a new grill? Do yourself a favor and go to Fosters.