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.
The science of barbecue explores the way cooking happens and why as you use different grilling techniques to achieve delicious meals.
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.
When it comes to barbecuing there are a few essential tools you need. A good pair of tongs and a sturdy knife are integral to a great grilled meal. But there is one piece of equipment that everyone needs to have and is often overlooked or taken for granted.
To some, autumn means that the air is cooler and the days are shorter. To many more, it means the beginning of Tailgate Season. The time of year when you spend your weekends cheering on your favorite team and enjoying the company of friends while making new ones.
In keeping with this centuries-old tradition, preparing a holiday feast tends to include a turkey. By following these tips for a perfect turkey, you will be on track to be the best host or hostess your family has ever had. How much turkey do you need per person?
While you can gauge the relative tenderness of your beef or steak by the USDA and Canadian grading system, it doesn’t guarantee a perfect meal. Each cut needs to be combined with the ideal technique for cooking said meat if you want to reach epic levels of deliciousness.
Like many things in the world of barbecue, basting, spritzing, and mopping are a hot topic; some swear by it and those who think otherwise.
If you’re an avid griller, I mean you’re here and reading this article, so you must be right? Anyway, if you’re an avid griller, you have heard of Wagyu Steak. What you may not know is that there are a few different types of Wagyu Steak.
Generally speaking, beef is beef, a steak is a steak, especially if you follow the Canadian and American grading charts. You know that from the spine of the cow down and outward the less tender the meat can get, but that is not so in Japanese Wagyu.
Summer is on its way and there is no better time to master charcoal grilling. These Charcoal BBQ tips are sure to get all you fired up. The biggest question is, what will you cook first?