While you are waiting for your grill parts to arrive why don’t you spend an hour or so visiting these great resources for grilling information and inspiration!
AmazingRibs.com: The amount of information that Meathead has to offer is simply staggering. Over 3000 pages of recipes, equipment reviews and techniques. Hard science, great writing and completely trustworthy recipes that are easy to follow. Sign up for his Pitmaster Club while you are there.
Big Green Craig: Craig isn’t a Weber man but he is still rocking out some pretty awesome barbecue on his Big Green Eggs. Be sure to check out his technique for making an amazing blue cheese crusted steak!
Another Pint Please: A great grilling blog run by a Weber grill Ambassador, Mike Lang. Mike has beautiful photography, great grill skills and a direct connection with the amazing Weber brand. Check out Mike’s site for great tips on using cedar blanks and cooking with beer.
BbqProShop: Jeff and Gretchen run a great online star for all of your high end barbecue needs. In addition to have a great selection of rubs and sauces they can hook you up with a wonderful ceramic cooker. Check out their selection of Primo grills!
The BBQ World of Mr Dodd: Brian is a backyard barbecue man that has the important stuff in life figured out. He understands that what you cook isn’t nearly as important as who you cook it with. His beer selections are excellent as well. You can catch up with his latest grilling adventures on his website and his latest beer adventures by following him on Twitter!
Food-Fire: Dave runs a great site dedicated to amazing barbecue that is gluten free. It’s a pretty nice resource and worth a visit!
The Virtual Weber Bullet: A great forum dedicated to all things Weber. The forum started out as a community of users who loved using the Weber Smokey Mountain. The forum has since evolved and now covers using and restoring the entire Weber product line. Lots of great information about Weber gas grills, portable grills and grilling accessories. This really is a nice community.
Weber Kettle Club: This club is a really cool subset of the Weber community. As you might have guessed this is a club dedicated to the iconic Weber kettles. There are some pretty incredible articles on restoring some of the classic kettles, product reviews and plenty of tips, ticks and recipes. If you are interested in the history of some of the really old kettles then this is the place to go.