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Some days are just made for good old fashioned comfort food with a modern twist. Therefore, we offer you this insanely-crafted twist on the burger from Twin Eagles partner chef Jamie Gwen. Stuffed brisket sliders made with a blend of brisket and sirloin, stuffed with cheese and caramelized onions. The combination of sirloin and brisket results in a lower fat content than traditional burgers, producing a fantastically tasty and lean alternative. Get the full recipe below and let us know how yours came out!
Recipe https://www.twineaglesgrills.com/twin-eagles-partner-chef-jamie-gwens-stuffed-brisket-sliders/

Some days are just made for good old fashioned comfort food with a modern twist. Therefore, we offer you this insanely-crafted twist on the burger from Twin Eagles partner chef Jamie Gwen. Stuffed brisket sliders made with a blend of brisket and sirloin, stuffed with cheese and caramelized onions. The combination of sirloin and brisket results in a lower fat content than traditional burgers, producing a fantastically tasty and lean alternative. Get the full recipe below and let us know how yours came out!
Recipe www.twineaglesgrills.com/twin-eagles-partner-chef-jamie-gwens-stuffed-brisket-sliders/
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2 weeks ago

Ever wonder how to control the temp on your charcoal grill? The following tips from our friends at Weber will tell you how: 

Many people think its the amount of charcoal you use, but the answer lies with the air dampers. Adjusting the air dampers will increase or decrease your temperature. The more air going into the grill, the hotter the grill will get. The less air going into your grill, the cooler it will get.

Most of our charcoal grills have two dampers - a top lid damper and the dampers on your bottom bowl.

We suggest leaving the bottom dampers fully open and using the top lid damper to control the temperature. Factors such as the temperature outside, how windy it is, how clean (or dirty) your grill is and even the food you are grilling can affect the temperature of your grill, but these are the top lid damper settings we suggest to achieve different temperatures on your grill: 


DAMPER SETTINGS:
High heat (450-550°F) – Fully open
Medium heat (350-450°F) – ½ open
Low heat (250-350°F) – ¼ open
Low and slow/smoke zone (225-275°F) - 1/4 - 1/8 open 
Off – Fully closed


Remember to keep the inside of your bowl and ash catcher clean to promote good air flow throughout your grill.  If those bottom dampers get clogged up it can affect the performance of your grill. The lid thermometer, (if applicable), registers the overall ambient temperature of your grill. If your grill doesnt have a lid thermometer, you can use the ambient probe on Webers iGrill app-connected thermometer to register the temperature of your grill. 

Have a good day, and call us with any questions or grilling needs. We’re always here for you.

Ever wonder how to control the temp on your charcoal grill? The following tips from our friends at Weber will tell you how:

Many people think it's the amount of charcoal you use, but the answer lies with the air dampers. Adjusting the air dampers will increase or decrease your temperature. The more air going into the grill, the hotter the grill will get. The less air going into your grill, the cooler it will get.

Most of our charcoal grills have two dampers - a top lid damper and the dampers on your bottom bowl.

We suggest leaving the bottom dampers fully open and using the top lid damper to control the temperature. Factors such as the temperature outside, how windy it is, how clean (or dirty) your grill is and even the food you are grilling can affect the temperature of your grill, but these are the top lid damper settings we suggest to achieve different temperatures on your grill: 


DAMPER SETTINGS:
High heat (450-550°F) – Fully open
Medium heat (350-450°F) – ½ open
Low heat (250-350°F) – ¼ open
Low and slow/smoke zone (225-275°F) - 1/4 - 1/8 open
Off – Fully closed


Remember to keep the inside of your bowl and ash catcher clean to promote good air flow throughout your grill. If those bottom dampers get clogged up it can affect the performance of your grill. The lid thermometer, (if applicable), registers the overall ambient temperature of your grill. If your grill doesn't have a lid thermometer, you can use the ambient probe on Weber's iGrill app-connected thermometer to register the temperature of your grill.

Have a good day, and call us with any questions or grilling needs. We’re always here for you.
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2 weeks ago

On this blustery day, wouldn’t it be great to set up work or study time by a cozy wood, pellet, or gas stove?  

Long a staple of cold climates and New England living, stoves are among our most popular lines, and for good reason. Durability, reliability, heat, efficiency, and beauty.  

Over the years, Hearthside has curated a wide and deep line of gas, wood, and pellet stoves to meet the needs and plans of our customers of every age and lifestyle. From the modern lines of Lopi and Jotul to the more traditionally designed Vermont Castings to the minimal Scandanavian lines of Norwegian-based, Norsk Kleber soapstone stoves.  

The folks at Norsk Kleber describe their way of embracing life as “koselig”.  “Most English speakers translate it to cozy but the term is more expansive,” they say.  “Koselig is warmth and comfort. It’s being in the presence of loved ones in the evening. It’s laughing at home with your closest friends. It’s warming your feet by a soapstone woodstove while wearing knitted socks. Koselig is a lot of things. It’s cuddling with your significant other while sipping hot chocolate – or cuddling on the couch with chocolate ice cream, watching Netflix, whatever your thing is. It’s something as simple as the glow of a fire from a genuine masonry heater, efficiently burning wood.” 

We couldn’t agree more. So take a look at all the wonderful hearth options we’ve brought together under the Hearthside roof, and let us know how we can help you bring more cozy into your home life.

On this blustery day, wouldn’t it be great to set up work or study time by a cozy wood, pellet, or gas stove?

Long a staple of cold climates and New England living, stoves are among our most popular lines, and for good reason. Durability, reliability, heat, efficiency, and beauty.

Over the years, Hearthside has curated a wide and deep line of gas, wood, and pellet stoves to meet the needs and plans of our customers of every age and lifestyle. From the modern lines of Lopi and Jotul to the more traditionally designed Vermont Castings to the minimal Scandanavian lines of Norwegian-based, Norsk Kleber soapstone stoves.

The folks at Norsk Kleber describe their way of embracing life as “koselig”. “Most English speakers translate it to 'cozy' but the term is more expansive,” they say. “Koselig is warmth and comfort. It’s being in the presence of loved ones in the evening. It’s laughing at home with your closest friends. It’s warming your feet by a soapstone woodstove while wearing knitted socks. Koselig is a lot of things. It’s cuddling with your significant other while sipping hot chocolate – or cuddling on the couch with chocolate ice cream, watching Netflix, whatever your thing is. It’s something as simple as the glow of a fire from a genuine masonry heater, efficiently burning wood.”

We couldn’t agree more. So take a look at all the wonderful hearth options we’ve brought together under the Hearthside roof, and let us know how we can help you bring more cozy into your home life.
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