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The barbecue grill may be this Toolmonger’s favorite tool. In that light, this past weekend we made an awesome discovery: as we were cleaning out the kitchen cupboards we ran across this awesome Weber grilling cookbook, which I had completely forgotten I had and can’t remember picking up in the first place. The book is almost as old as I am, but the recipes are timeless. What better way to prepare for the upcoming American famous outdoor grilling holiday, Labor Day?

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When I had my house built eight summers ago, I never suspected the wind — and the wind damage — we were in for. We’ve lost shingles, given up siding, and been struck by lighting. For a Toolmonger who likes to grill out, the wind also hit me where it counted — the grill itself. We generally stored it by the fence to prevent accidents, but storms seemed to hit us during the few times we left the grill out on the patio. After purchasing two cheaper replacement grills which both subsequently ended up wind-totaled, last year I decided to buy a new grill and protect it to be sure it’d last.

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We know you visit Toolmonger primarily for our first-class culinary judgment, so when we recently visited Chicago we couldn’t pass up the chance to offer you a review of a restaurant whose namesake is near and dear to us: the Weber grill. And yes, that is indeed a 20′ tall Weber grill right out front. And no, sadly, it doesn’t work. Maybe they just can’t find 8″ wide charcoal.

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If you want to drive me out of the room, change the channel to a cooking show.  For me, these things rank somewhere between having my teeth pulled and cleaning the garage.  But I hold few topics in as high regard as grilling — all the best food comes from the grill.  So when Weber announced they’re coming out with a new cookbook called Weber’s Way to Grill, I pricked up my ears.

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Any good Toolmonger knows that the best part of a project is the celebratory beer and barbecue when it’s finally finished.  A major project requires a major celebration, and a major celebration requires a major grill. If you’re in need of a new gas grill this season, take a look at the Weber Genesis E-310 in espresso brown.

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After using Weber’s three-sided T-Brush for a grilling season, I have to wonder why I ever bothered with square grill brushes — in my experience the T-Brush cleans the grill faster and leaves it cleaner.  It’s a little dirty after a year of use, but the bristles have retained their shape pretty well.

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