A wonder for the whole house may be lounging in your pantry. Do you have a box or tin of baking soda? It has many uses, from making your baked goods light and fluffy faster than using fermentation-raising techniques to cleaning and deodorizing. The uses of baking soda are many and varied.
Ingredients have power over the way your meal tastes. The quality of not only the base components but the tools, like your beautiful Napoleon BBQ, will have a direct impact on the final product. This is where adding alcohol to the lineup of your ingredients comes into play.
You’ve heard the term brining. While not terribly complicated when you consider the basic steps, using the brine technique before cooking your meals does come with inherent drawbacks. Is there a better way to achieve the amazing results of brining with less effort?
Besides barbecue, cheese is possibly one of the best things that you can eat on the planet. There are so many varieties and flavor profiles that the combinations of food, drink, and cheese pairings are nearly infinite. The question is, how do you pair cheese with meat, especially barbecue?
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.
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?
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.
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?
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.