In today’s Big Box world, you might think specialty shops get stuck with the short end of a very big stick. But that’s simply not true. In fact, we say there’s never been a better time for independent, specialty stores. And here’s why: Service. It’s all well and good to sell high-tech products, but if… Read more »
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Afraid to cook fish on the grill? Evidently you’re not alone. As this Weber video shows, even foodies are intimidated by fish on the grill. But it’s not hard – spend a few minutes and break free of beef and chicken.
From the folks at Rib-O-Lator, here’s a fresh take on a barbecue classic. The advantage of doing it on the Rib-O-Lator is that you won’t start a grease fire and the burgers won’t burn. They’ll will be nice and juicy. You can use regular hamburger or you can have your store grind some out of beef… Read more »
Today we have a special Mother’s Day edition with easy to execute ideas that your mom will absolutely love. Whether you want to do a Mother’s Day breakfast, lunch or dinner, we’ve got your entire day covered. Read on… Breakfast on the BBQ Settle mom on a cushy patio lounge chair with a steaming cup… Read more »
Get more out of your gill with a favourite new accessory here at Sobie’s. The Sizzle-Q lets you make eggs and bacon, pancakes, fajitas, fries or any number of dishes for a crowd – on your grill. Easy to use and easy to clean, you’ll get more from your grill!
Here’s a great introduction to our newest line of barbecues – Lynx Professional Grill. And if you’re considering a Lynx, it’s a great demonstration of what makes these grills so amazing.
As frequent visitors to Sobie’s will know, we believe in good ingredients and we’re not just talking about the food on the grill but under it too. We only suggest real hardwood lump charcoal or hardwoods and natural fire starters over lighter fluid (please never use lighter fluid). So here’s a great, healthy, safe and… Read more »
If you’ve just picked up your Big Green Egg at Sobie’s, here’s a really handy video on firing up your egg and tips on how to start getting those tasty, tasty results.
The flavour is in the wood Wood will add a smokey scent and flavour to the food that you cook on the barbeque, smoker and even in the campfire. A few things to know about wood: Use only dry (not fresh) hardwood and fruitwood (approximately 2 yrs old). Wood comes in many forms: chips, chunks,… Read more »
It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it Do yourself and your barbecue a favour – clean all components once a year, and paint the outer castings and other paintable surfaces every two years. If you are consistent about keeping the barbecue covered, you may not have to paint for several years. And… Read more »