Most people have heard of, if not enthusiastically participated in, the annual German Oktoberfest celebration. Drinking beer, eating German food, and cavorting with friends and strangers alike – what more could you want from a holiday?
Back to school means your schedule is about to get a lot more hectic. Welcome to another nine months of waking up too early in the morning and preparing lunch in limited amounts of time. Don’t forget that you’ll have to prepare dinner later in the day, too!
The Olympics season is finally here — and while we can’t teach you how to score a bullseye in archery or how to win a gold medal for the 100-meter backstroke, we can, however, share a few BBQ techniques that will turn you into the ultimate grill master.
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.
Camping is a magical experience that gives you the opportunity to get up close and personal with mother nature. While camping takes you to faraway places, it’s also an adventure that you can experience in the comfort of your own backyard.
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.
Nowadays, there is literally a holiday for everything. There’s National Chocolate Cookie Day, National Taco Day, National I Love You Day, and our personal favorite, National Barbecue Month!
One of the largest hot button topics when discussing food, it whether or not you should buy fresh or frozen food. There are many advocates for and against freezing food, meat in particular, and it’s hard to sift through the information to decide what the best solution is.
BBQ skewers, also known as shish kebabs, are a super simple, easily-customizable dish loved by families across the world. Not surprisingly, the creation and consumption of BBQ skewers date back to the prehistoric era – approximately around 300,000 years ago!