How to Cook a Steak – Tasty Recipes For Cooking Steak
Lots of ways historically on how to cook a steak. Here in the U.S. everything from on a stick over an open fire to pan cooking a steak to broiling or grilling steaks to baking a steak in the oven is practiced regularly. The heat is over or below or like roasting, indirect or all around.Vegetarian Cooking – A Must Try
No mind-boggling mystery is involved in whipping up delicious and satisfying vegetarian meals. Flavourful substitutes to the meat ingredients that you used to cook with are now available and easy to find. They can be found in places as near as your corner grocery store.Safe Food Preparation
Food poisoning is one of the most prevalent illnesses today. Fortunately there are a few common sense precautions we can take to reduce the likelihood of a personal, close up experience with food poisoning.Pizza Dough Making
Pizza dough making is not difficult. Let us walk you through the steps. The fact is most pizza doughs only have about five very simple ingredients. Flour, water, oil, salt and yeast are the usual suspects.How to Make Pizza Crust
An overview of how to make pizza crust. It’s really very simple.Cooking Squash – What on Earth Can I Do With This Squash?
Do you love winter squash, but don’t know how to cook it? I will show you how with easy step by step directions and also name and describe 4 varieties for you.Garlic Storage and How to Best Use It
Do you know all the best ways to store garlic? Everyone knows garlic is a health powerhouse, yet there is much more you need to know! The refrigerated method can extend the life of your bulbs.Olive Types – A Great Tasting Guide
You’ll love the scoop here; ten olive types described! The olive is an ancient fruit that grows in the Mediterranean (Italy, Greece, the Mid East), North Africa, Spain and parts of California. The olive tree is an evergreen that produces fruit only every other year.Turkey Cook Times – Tips and More
Do you want useful scoop on cooking your turkey? Get a perfectly cooked bird every time! Cooking your turkey will be easier with these turkey cook times and more important tips all in one place.The Best Venison Seasonings
What is the best way to season your venison? That depends on several factors–how it was harvested, what cut of meats you’re using, and what you’re making.Don’t Let Leftovers Go to Waste
The price of groceries has sky rocketed lately, and we are all doing what we can to keep costs down. Throwing food out is very wasteful and now is not the time to be wasting your leftovers, when it is so easy to turn them into a whole new dish. A lot of food doesn’t survive the reheating process so creating new from old is perfect.How to Make Fondue
Fondue is a great communal food that can serve as a great ice breaker during small parties. Cheese fondue as an appetizer or chocolate fondue for dessert could make you a very popular host or hostess. Here are simple recipes but feel fell to add your own little twist too.Tips For Better Barbecue and Cookouts
The following tips will help you step up your barbecue game. Turn you hamburgers and hot dogs into something memorable.5 Secrets to Healthy Deep Frying
Healthy Deep Frying seems like the ultimate oxymoron! Most people would not use the word healthy in the same article much less in the same sentence with ‘deep frying’. I would propose that deep frying has caught somewhat of a bad rap and would like to tell you about a couple of secrets that can indeed help you cook healthy foods and still have great taste.A Beginner’s Guide on How to Barbecue Ribs
Slow and indirect cooking, this is what experts agree on as the most suitable method on how to barbecue ribs properly. The one mistake people tend to have when it comes to barbecuing meats is their preference for direct and high heat. Experts do agree in saying that the best way to having succulent and tender juicy ribs is by means of slowly cooking them under low heat.