BBQ Tips For Dad
If your like me you love firing up your backyard grill on those sunny summer days. Heck, I even use my BBQ year around up here in northern Canada! I just keep the snow cleared from deck with my snowblower and it’s grillin and chillin time.How to BBQ Tri-Tip – A Guide
Here is the right way to BBQ a tri-tip. Cook the tri-tip this way and impress your friends!Live Lobsters
Purchasing live lobsters can be a daunting task, but after reading this guide, you’ll see how easy it really is! I’m sure most of you have seen the lobster tanks in your local grocery store or meat market, but do you know what to look for when you are buying one of them? The most common type of lobster you will encounter is the Maine Lobster.Do I Need a Double Boiler?
Are you considering buying a double boiler? Not so fast! This article can help you decide if a double boiler is really necessary in your kitchen.Creating Picky Eater Recipes That Will Amaze Your Children
Learn how make cooking FUN for the entire family with picky eater recipes! Create hours and hours of fun and memories that your children will NEVER forget!Backyard Barbeque Help
Do you need some backyard barbeque help? Backyard cooking has become a favorite summer time activity. Try these ideas for some practical backyard bbq help.Getting Ready For Cooking – What You Need!
Learn what you need in your kitchen to get started with cooking. Fully detailed guide with all you will need!When is an Herb an Herb and a Spice a Spice?
You hear a lot about herbs and spices to flavor the foods you cook. But, do you know the difference?Kamado Cooking For Chicken
You can use a kamado to roast or smoke a whole chicken and both techniques produce fantastic results. Here’s my guide to ensure you get great results first time and every time.Using Quinoa As a Replacement For Rice and Cous Cous
Quinoa is very versatile in the kitchen. One of the simplest ways of using it is as a straight replacement for rice or cous cous.Will Quinoa Ever Replace Wheat in Our Diet?
Quinoa is not the mystery grain that it was 10 years ago and is now becoming readily available in our supermarkets. More and more excellent quinoa recipes are being researched and produced.The Way of Satay
Satay may have had its’ birth in Java, Indonesia, but it is has journeyed throughout the world. The simplicity and versatility should appeal to the backyard grill master.Clams – Tips On Preparation And Cooking
I recently purchased a bag of clams, though I realized my knowledge about the shellfish was limited. I decided to do a bit of research on storing, preparing and cooking them, and I’d like to share my findings.Quick, Easy, And When-You-Have-More-Time Menu Ideas For Your Graduate!
You really can be more creative than the standard sheet cake with a photo image of your grad for your party. I have some ideas for you – quick, easy, and when-you-have-more-time. The trick is to have fun and keep it simple, the focus is on the graduate!Top Ten Tips To Building A Better Burger
Summer’s almost here and if you’re anything like me, you’ve already made that annual trip to the store to refill the propane tank on your backyard grill. In honor of the hallowed summertime tradition of outdoor cooking, here are some of my favorite tips for finding your way to Hamburger Heaven in your own backyard.