KettlePizza: Increasing Facebook friend counts since 2010

. Guest post by Gav Martell of www.grillinterrupted.com, author of the cookbook “Grill Interrupted,” a MasterChef Canada Season 2 finalist, and winner of Toronto’s Inaugural Winterlicious Tin Chef Competition (exclusively for home chefs). Gav bought his first KettlePizza last February. Once the snows of Ontario gave way to Spring, he was finally able to fire up his Made in the USA KettlePizza. … Continue reading “KettlePizza: Increasing Facebook friend counts since 2010”


Don’t Disappoint Yourself, Your Guests or Your KettlePizza — Choose Kingsford!

We use an expression in the grilling industry. It goes something like this: You get what you pay for.   During primetime grilling season, we’re all inundated with “deals” on everything from grills to grates to flavor bars to lighter fluid and charcoal, and just about anything else you can put in or near a grill. And while saving a buck or … Continue reading “Don’t Disappoint Yourself, Your Guests or Your KettlePizza — Choose Kingsford!”


It’s Spring: get your charcoal grill KettlePizza-ready

Don’t look now, but tomorrow — Friday (March 20) — the sun will appear to cross the celestial equator, pointing northward.  That means that if you’re living in the Northern Hemisphere, come Friday you’ll be celebrating the vernal equinox — aka, the first day of spring.  If you reside in the Southern Hemisphere,  you’ll be welcoming in the autumn equinox. … Continue reading “It’s Spring: get your charcoal grill KettlePizza-ready”


Pizza, pizza, pizza…

Today’s guest post comes to us courtesy of Kim and Mic Stanfield, a New England-based BBQ competition team exploring the aspects of smoking and grilling!  The post was originally published here.  Know those foods that you don’t think  you could give up for good? Yup, one of mine would be Pizza — thick crust, thin crust, stuffed, sourdough, flat bread.  Any of … Continue reading “Pizza, pizza, pizza…”