Grilling with Mike Lang

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I recently had the pleasure of grilling with fellow blogger and grill enthusiast, Mike Lang. Mike is a police sergeant from Ohio who started a blog several years ago about BBQ and beer. His blog is great – I encourage you to check it out at www.anotherpintplease.com.

In fact, it’s so great that it caught the eye of the Weber marketing team and he’s been blogging for our website since the beginning of 2014. You can see both of our blog posts at www.webernation.com. A few weeks ago Mike came to visit the Weber HQ’s and I gave him a behind-the-scenes tour of the Weber test kitchen. We spent the day grilling pizzas, spatchcock chicken and banana s’mores boats. Mike made a great video of our time together, which I’ll post a link to as soon as it’s available. It was so much fun but I still can’t say spatchcock with a straight face. 🙂

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. Mike

    It IS hard to say that with a straight face! Thanks, Jennie! It was a great day and it’s my understanding the video will be up soon!!

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  2. ed barnes

    Mike,
    Grilling Lobster tails you recommend cooking 1st with meat side down.Then turn and finish with Tail Side down.
    Most other recipe’s are telling me to cook all the way with tail side down,medium heart Lid ON! Don’t overcook!

    Please advise,1st time attempt!

    Thx

    Ed

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    • Jennie Lussow

      Hi Ed!

      It’s Jennie speaking here – if I’ve learned anything during my time at Weber it’s that there are many different ways to do anything on the grill. Weber recommends grilling the tails shell side down, over direct medium heat, with the lid closed, until the flesh turns opaque and the shell is bright red, about 7-11 minutes. Good luck and let me know how it turns out!

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