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BBQ Steak On A Weber Grill
Is your barbeque steak usually dry and overdone? Don’t fret. The Barbecue Web shows in detail how easy it is to BBQ a tender and juicy T-Bone Steak on your Weber grill. What actually is a T Bone Steak you ask? Simply, the T-Bone is a steak "cut of beef". It consists of a T-shaped bone with meat on each side. The larger side contains meat from the strip loin, whereas the smaller side contains the tenderloin. Due to their large size and the fact that they contain meat from two of the most prized cuts of steak, T-Bone steaks are generally considered one of the highest quality steaks, very tender and tasty....and we mean TASTY! Sit back and watch the “tips and tricks” on how to serve up tender and juicy BBQ Steak at your next cookout! And check out www.BarbecueWeb.com for more easy to follow video recipes on all things Barbecue presented by the Grilling experts at the Barbecue Web!
Rib Eye Steaks On The Barbecue Grill
Need the perfect steak for your next BBQ – but afraid that you might overcook or burn it? Don’t worry, the Grill Masters at www.BarbecueWeb.com have some "tips and tricks" to help you easily serve up the "best steak anywhere" bar none, the Rib Eye steak. Why the Rib Eye? The Rib Eye steak, or ribeye, also known as the Delmonico or Scotch Fillet (Australia), is a beef steak from the small end of the rib roast. When the Rib Eye section of the beef is cut into steaks, it is one of the most popular, tender and juiciest steaks available. This is because the meat from the rib section is tender and fattier or "marbled" more than most other parts of the steer. This extra fat makes Rib Eye steaks and roasts especially tender and flavorful. The Rib Eye steak is usually served bone-in, particularly at high quality steakhouses -the extra moisture and fat alongside the bone enhances the flavor. So get yourself some 1 to 11/2 lb and 11/2”-2” thick Rib Eye steaks –and then go "fire up" that BBQ grill of yours -it’s time for some real S T E A K On The Barbecue. And be sure to check out more easy and delicious recipes from the Barbecue Web on Google Video, or of course at www.BarbecueWeb.com
Hotdogs On The Barbecue
Sick of those dried-out often burnt hotdogs typical of many “barbecues”? See how easy it is to BBQ the perfect hotdog whether skinless or all natural casing with these easy to learn tips by the Grillmasters at www.BarbecueWeb.com.
Juicy Hamburgers On The Barbecue Grill
There are a million ways to cook a hamburger on the Barbecue grill but many will agree that most of time these burgers end up dried-out all over done, and virtually tasteless. How can I cook the perfect burger on the BBQ grill you ask? Watch the Grillmasters at www.BarbecueWeb.com prepare a Beef Chuck Burger so juicy and full of flavor that it will become one of your favorite quick and easy BBQ recipes. All you need to get started is 3-4lbs fresh Beef Ground Chuck, tomatoes, sweet onions, sliced cheese, and any one or more of your favorite condiments. Now sit back and enjoy. Burgers anyone?
Barbecue Ribs On The Grill
Looking for an easy to make, guaranteed delicious BBQ Ribs recipe? In this Barbecue Web episode, learn the “tips and tricks” on how to all barbecue tender and juicy barbeque ribs on your Weber grill in as little as 3-4 hours.
All you need for this recipe is a rack of pork ribs (spare ribs), or baby back ribs, dry rub, and your favorite BBQ sauce for basting and dipping.
Need more than just spare ribs at your next BBQ? See more video barbecue recipes at www.BarbecueWeb.com. Also, be sure to visit www.SteakTV.com and www.SeafoodTV.com for the latest recipe videos by our grilling experts.
BBQ Chicken on the Weber Barbecue Grill
Tired of the typical dried-out and burnt chicken barbecue? See how easy it is to BBQ two 4lb. chickens so tender and juicy that they will all dance on your Weber Grill. All you need for this barbecue chicken recipe favorite is two cans of beer (or water), salad oil dressing, 1 onion, salt, pepper, and any favorite basting sauce, such as our garlic butter with soy sauce. Fire up your Weber charcoal grill to 325-350f, and 2 hours later you will be dancing right along with the roasters as the tender meat falls off the bones. Join us for this finger lickin’ episode and many more video recipes at www.BarbecueWeb.com. Do you have a barbeque recipe video on Google Video to share? Let us know and we will add it to the Barbecue Web.
How to Barbecue Chicken and use a Weber Grill
The Barbecue Web shows you how to use a Weber charcoal grill, and cook a tender and juicy barbecue chicken in one easy to follow video recipe. This is not for Girlie-men and Girlie-girls afraid to get their hands dirty over a little old-style BBQ. If you have what it takes, then sit back and learn the "tips and tricks" about how you can serve up the best barbeque chicken on the block. Join us for more “all barbecue” recipes at www.BarbecueWeb.com!
Jacks Ribs (Country Style Pork Ribs) On The BBQ Grill
Around here we call them "Jacks Ribs" but typically they are known as Country Style Pork Ribs. They are simple to barbecue and a great recipe to have on hand if you need a quick and easy meal from the grill. Although most Ribmen describe them more as a “chop” than “rib”, the pork industry prefers to call them Ribs, so we will call them Ribs too. All you need to get started is 4-5lbs. fresh Country Style Pork Ribs, 3 -8oz. bottles of your favorite barbeque sauce, 12oz. beer (or water) and some optional basting sauce to add just before serving. Get your charcoal grill good and hot and in about 1 to 1½ hours later you’ll be serving up delicious, moist and tender Jacks Ribs. Enjoy! Be sure to watch more all barbecue ‘tips and tricks” videos by the Grillmasters at www.BarbecueWeb.com.