Weber’s Way To Grill Cookbook Giveaway!


Good morning from sunny Seattle! The current temperature here is a balmy 58 degrees and the sun is shinning right into my office window. (Wow, is my window dirty!)

Here is a three day forecast:




For those of you who live in other parts of the country, a three day forecast like this is what we Seattleites dream about seeing in May. In fact, weather like this on the 4th of July would be cause for serious celebration. In other words, it’s BBQ season!

So this seems like the perfect Monday morning to launch or newest cookbook Giveaway – Weber’s Way to Grill – the step-by-step guide to expert grilling.

This New York Times Best Seller is the definitive handbook for outdoor cooking, with over 1,000 photos and 160 recipes.

This is the perfect guide to everything grilled, including meat, poultry, seafood, vegetables, and fruit. There are also great recipes for marinades, sauces and rubs, along with dozens of helpful tips for successful grilling and smoking. If you like cooking outdoors, this book is for you!


Simply leave a comment on this post and tell us about your favorite BBQ meal.

We’ll pick (randomly) from all responses and announce the winner next Monday! Be sure to enter and share this on Facebook so your friends can enter, too!


Shannon Zalinka – Congrats! The contest is now closed. Stay tuned for the next one!


  1. Scott Malech says:

    Hi Ladies! My favorite is a nice flank steak with bourbon sauce and asparagus with a saffron or lemon aioli. Yummity!

  2. Toby says:

    RIBS! We usually pick at least one day during the short, Seattle summer to BBQ ribs real slow while we work on a project around the house. We always make to much so we need to remember to invite some people over to share in the feast.

  3. manda says:

    I love ribs, corn, and potato salad!

  4. Dave says:

    Copper River salmon are in at the market. Perfect for dad’s marinade. Is Johnny’s still available? We don’t have it here in Columbus.

  5. Dave says:

    My favorite is grilled pizza. Homemade dough and lots of different toppings. My dough recipe makes four pizzas and the girls’ favorite is the pesto shrimp.

  6. Joan says:

    Either beer can chicken or pizza

  7. Meryl says:

    BBQ chicken, grilled vegetables, and potatoes.

  8. Louis says:

    BBQ chicken, grilled corn, coleslaw, and potato salad.

  9. Jim Oswald says:

    Since Helen already mentioned my 40+ year old BBQ favorite (flank steak teriyaki), I’ll offer another old Oswald favorite from our Hood Canal summer days: bbq’d salmon. The secret to this incredible dish is the lemon juice/mayonaise marinade, with Johnny’s (from the old Johnny’s Dock Restaurant in Tacoma) seasoning. I’d give more detail, but Mary’s Mom told me to keep it short! It’s great, and the marinade keeps the salmon moist.

    • MaryMiller says:

      Thanks for sharing this classic recipe! I never knew where Johnny’s Seasoning came from! We may need to recreate this recipe for A Passionate Plate this summer.

  10. Renee Richardson says:

    My favorite BBQ meal are my husbands ribs with corn-on-the-cob and potato salad. Thanks for the awesome giveaway 🙂

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  11. Carol Hulsey says:

    It is hard to decide on my favorite barbecue meal. Sometimes the most common is the best, so I will go with Barbecue chicken leg quarters. They are always juicy and I love the carmelized sweet barbecue sauce flavor.

  12. nancy lee says:

    Hi Girls,,,
    The last thing I did on my weber, was smoked a turkey.
    I have one that uses good ole charcoal and wouldn’t trade
    it for the world……

    Barbecue rocks…..

  13. jacquie says:

    actually not a big BBQ fan at this point since i don’t eat meat but i do love grilled portebella mushrooms. i would like a chance to try different ways to grill veggies and fruits and think there are probably lots of possibilites that i don’t know anything about.

    • MaryMiller says:

      Jacquie, I love portabello mushrooms on the grill, too! This cookbook has a recipe for Portabello Mushroom Sandwiches with Arugula and Balsamic Aioli and Marinated Portabello Mushrooms with Asiago, plus a BUNCH of other veggie and fruit recipes for the grill. They all sound yummy!

  14. Barbara says:

    bbq chicken and beef or pork ribs, potato salad, green salad and half of a really cold beer!!!

  15. Shannon Zelinka says:

    Gorgonzola tenderloin with grilled asparagus. YUM!!!

  16. Marie McFadden says:

    Mine is a nice cut of beef with a simple garlic/salt/pepper seasoning like Montreal Steak, seared in cross- hatched pattern and served hot and juicy! Of course, sides like brown rice and black beans really round out the meal. Finish with sliced strawberries and greek yogurt! Yum!

  17. Tim Bryant says:

    Just had this last week: Hard to beat! Would love to see a unique Rib Eye recipe sometime. I have been told you can use dark beer as a marinade.

  18. Helen Oswald says:

    It has to be “FLANK STEAK TERIYAKI” from the Sunset Magazine cookbook QUICK AND EASY DINNERS published in 1966. My copy has teriyaki sauce splashed on nearly every page!

  19. gail says:

    favorite bbq meal: pulled pork sandwiches

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