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How to buy an indoor grill

02nd November 2012
Summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up the joy of grilling or that you have to limit it to those rare days when it’s not raining or freezing. There are many high-quality indoor grills that will allow you to grill your chicken, burg... Read >
Author: LReaves

George Forman Grills – Offering Non-stick Grilling

09th February 2012
George Forman Nonstick Countertop Grill can be had by one-day shipping. This is a neat, electric countertop grill which gives you 36 inches of cooking space. This grill heats up quickly and delivers heat evenly over the entire cooking surface. There are t... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

How To Smoke Meats Without Drying Out

10th June 2011
Learning how to smoke meats without drying out is much harder than learning not to burn the food or learning how to tell when food is done. There are a number of factors that contribute to moist, juicy meat in the smoker. Begin by selecting the best me... Read >
Author: Alexander Sutton

Some Things to Consider Before You Buy Burgers

28th April 2011
Burgers are one of the most popular fast food items around. These are nothing but sandwiches made from many vegetables such as lettuce, onions, tomatoes, mustard, cheese, mayonnaise, etc. and have a meat patty. The patty used in the burgers is made of por... Read >
Author: Saul

Prey vs. B.A.R.F - How to feed your dog raw

27th April 2011
versus PreySo, you have decided to start feeding your pet a raw diet. But, there is so much information out there on raw pet food that it is hard to make any type of decision. What should you feed? How much should you feed? Should you feed bone? Or is bon... Read >
Author: Dudley Schroeder

Bbq Smoker Do's And Don'ts - Part 1

07th April 2010
Don't get in a hurry Do not get yourself into a hurry when smoking meat. Good BBQ, and all good food for that matter, takes time and patience. You simply can't rush into it. Allow around 1 to 1 1/2 hours per pound for most meats. If you are using a woo... Read >
Author: Lewis Theakston

How To Use a Big Drum Smoker

07th April 2010
Charcoal smokers cook the food directly over the coals. Charcoal and wood lumps are the most common types of fuel used in charcoal smokers. The meat juices drip down onto the coals, giving meat that traditional down-home flavor. With little effort, the... Read >
Author: Lewis Theakston

Cooking A Tender And Juicy Steak

18th February 2010
You invest a lot of time and money into the steaks for a special occasion and when dinner time comes, they are tough. What happened? How can you cook steaks as tender as your favorite restaurant? The first step to cooking a good steak is to choose the... Read >
Author: Les Finley

How to Make Beef Stew

20th November 2009
When I was growing up, beef stew was a staple in our house.  We all looked forward to beef stew with dumplings, and there were never enough dumplings to go around.  This is a quick and easy one-dish meal that will fill up your family and not break the b... Read >
Author: NinaPrime

A Closer Look at the History of the Crock Pot

03rd November 2009
by KC Kudra Crock-pots... almost everyone has one, but do they use them? Many just stay in the cupboard, completely underused. Slow cooking has been used for hundreds of years to get the most out of food, but it used to be a lot more work than it is to... Read >
Author: KC Kudra

How To Become A Better Chef

13th March 2009
Cooking is the process of using heat to prepare foods for consumption. Many common cooking methods involve the use of oil. Frying is cooking in hot oil, sautéing is cooking in a small amount of oil, stir-frying is a Chinese technique of frying quickly in... Read >
Author: Jill Sabato

Adding Salt To Your Raw Meat

10th March 2009
How many times have you heard, "Salting raw meat (or poultry or fish) will draw the juices out and make it tough?" I see this statement repeated in cookbook after cookbook as if it were a fact. Yet in older cookbooks, especially the ones based on Euro... Read >
Author: Jennifer Skipp

The Different Kinds Of Tools For Cooking

24th February 2009
Far too often people overlook the importance of using the proper tools when cooking fine meals. While there is nothing in the world that can quite compare to cooking with the finest and freshest of ingredients, these things can only be enhanced by making ... Read >
Author: Jackson Sloat
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