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There is nothing more delicious than a juicy meal prepared using your grill and the rotisserie. However, if you have a Napoleon or any other BBQ without a rotisserie burner, you may feel like you are missing out on a great way of preparing meals.
If you have decided to buy in bulk or found an excellent deal on meat that you can’t pass up, it may be hard to eat it all before it spoils. If you package this food properly, it can last for weeks and months in your freezer.
Part of choosing the best knives for your collection is knowing the kinds of knives and what they do.
Selecting knives for your kitchen is a big decision. It can change the way you view the task of cooking entirely.
You just got a new barbecue and naturally, you need to break it in. This would be the perfect time to host a party and feed your favorite people. But, how do you figure out how much food to serve?
While it is generally accepted that going against the grain is to cause one hardship or difficulty, you actually want to go against the grain when you cut meat to serve it.
Spring is just around the corner, which means backyard barbecues and outdoor family gatherings will be in full swing. During the peak of grill season, it is important to ensure that your grill keeps on performing, regardless of the number of meals you need to cook.
My younger self would be astounded by the results as a whole roast chicken was placed on the table for dinner. It seemed a magical thing, some unachievable goal.
Barbecuing and grilling is easy and fun. It adds incredible flavor and dimension to the foods you love to eat. Red and white meats like beef and chicken are relatively easy to cook, they are hearty and thick. But, how do you barbecue something as delicate as fish?
Planking is fun and easy, producing succulent and impressive meals quickly on your barbecue. Lightly smoky, plank grilling creates a slightly woodsy flavor on almost any dish you can imagine. Plank grilling can be done on both gas and charcoal barbecues.
The scent and flavor that comes to mind when people mention barbecue is that smoky, tangy, sweet, and sticky BBQ sauce. It is the essential flavor enhancer for most of the food that you pull off the grill. But do you know how to use sauce straight from the bottle?
With the cost of food today, planning and cooking on a budget just seems like a wise choice. But how do you cook on a budget? By planning, organizing, and using great food hacks, you can easily cut down on your grocery costs while still eating like a king or a queen.
Burgers, one of the first foods that come to mind when you’re thinking barbecue. This, the Ultimate Burger Guide, will teach you how to make and barbecue the best burgers ever. No dry patties here.
Marinades are a great way to change up a meal, taking it from the same old – same old to a new level of flavor. Explore the flavors of other places from your own home by using unique marinades that capture the essence of a regional dish.
Steak is the ultimate food for the barbecue, right? There’s nothing like a freshly grilled steak sliding onto your plate still sizzling and smelling succulent.
Gas barbecues are convenient and easy to use. Controlling temperature is simple. With just a twist of the knob, you can create the best sear marks you’ve ever seen or set up for some of that good-ol’ low and slow cooking.
Napoleon understands the importance of quality cast iron. It’s the ideal material for use in cooking. It is long-lasting, durable, and keeps coming back for more.
There’s a certain technique to tying up a bird, whether it’s a turkey, chicken, or something else, for roasting. There’s a finesse that is sometimes hard to achieve. In this article, we will teach you how to truss a whole bird for roasting or the rotisserie.
There’s nothing worse than accidentally overcooking your meal. You must be thinking “It’s Overcooked. Now What?” Like the saying, you can’t un-ring a bell, you cannot un-cook food.
Summer is grilling season. For most people, this means pounds of meat sizzling over hot charcoal. However, if you’re more of a seafood-type person, you’d probably swap the beef for some lobster tails.
There are loads of different cuts of pork and these cuts can vary depending on where you purchase them. There can be variation from city to city, province or state, to even country of origin.
Your wooden cutting boards and cooking tools play a vital role in preparing the best meals. That means that they should be well looked after.
Wooden spoons used to stir that pot of chili or spaghetti sauce, mix those cake and cookie batters, they just make those foods taste better.
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