“The level many BBQ fans already have at home is very, very high” – An interview with: Matthias Otto (MONOLITH Grill GmbH)

Matthias Otto at spoga+gafa 2018 in Cologne – Photo: R. Moers

Kamado grills were still relatively unknown 15 years ago in Germany. Today, the round ceramic grills that allow temperatures of between 70 and 400 degrees Celsius to be generated, have many fans among top and hobby chefs. Because especially slowly cooked pieces of meat remain particularly tender when prepared in them.

“We have got a lot of things that will make the hearts of our fans beat faster” – an interview with Michael Reuter (Weber)

Michael Reuter, Executive Director Germany at Weber-Stephen – Photo: Weber

The BBQ expert Weber-Stephen is represented at spoga+gafa, the biggest garden trade fair in the world, in Cologne again this year. Traditionally, the American company presents its extensive world of products throughout the whole of Hall 1. We spoke to Michael Reuter, Executive Director Germany at Weber-Stephen about the imminent trade fair event.

Whether tailor-made, as modules or home-made – Many industries are benefiting from the trend towards the outdoor kitchen

BURNOUT kitchens comprise of several modules that can be put together individually. – Photo: burnout.kitchen

The barbecue has over the past years become the key piece of equipment in the garden. However, today a host of house owners want more. Complete kitchen units outdoors are the dream of many people. The green industry is delighted because apart from the barbecue manufacturers many other trades are profiting from this development.

In the garden with: Klaus Glaetzner (BBQ YouTuber)

Klaus Glaetzner – Photo: klaus-grillt.de

„Klaus grillt” (Klaus is grilling), that what one of Germany’s biggest BBQ channel on YouTube is called. It is operated by Klaus Glaetzner from Berlin. He posted the first film online around four years ago. Today, the channel has around 150,000 subscribers and the videos, to which three new ones are added every week, have already been clicked 35 million times.