Posted by Jennifer on May 15, 2014 at 10:46 am
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to summer, and summer marks the start of grilling season. What better way to celebrate the warm weather than with some barbeque? Your BBQ grill has probably been sitting, unused, for months… and the last time it was opened was when you took off your final burger last summer. Did you clean it?
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Posted by Allison L. on June 17, 2010 at 10:00 am
Toni Senecal from Toni On! New York stopped by one of our P.C. Richard & Son showrooms to check out some of the BBQ grills we have available and learn a fantastic recipe from our own Pat Dehner. He explained that our gas grills range from $99 to $8,000 for your absolute dream grill, and Toni was shocked to hear that you can cook anything on a Weber grill that you’d normally cook in your oven! Yes, we have done demonstrations where chocolate chip cookies were made on one of these fine grills.
Pat didn’t make chocolate chip cookies with Toni this time, but made a delicious modified version of peaches and cream. Check out the video and recipe after the jump:
Posted by Allison L. on June 7, 2010 at 09:40 am
Barbeque may be an American pastime now, but where did it originate? It could date back to the natives in Australia, but here is how the American methods took off:
Posted by Allison L. on May 28, 2010 at 14:15 pm
This weekend, experience great barbeque demos from Weber, Lynx and Viking factory reps at our Southampton and Riverhead Superstores!
Posted by Allison L. on May 20, 2010 at 14:47 pm
Have you been curious about designer appliances from brands like Sub-Zero, Wolf, or Viking and are interested in getting a closer look? Stop by our Hanover or Southampton Superstores this Saturday, May 22 from noon to 4pm to enjoy live demos, meet factory representatives, and have all your questions answered.