Creating Perfect Ribs in Your Smoker
This article provides you with a simple way to properly prepare better than restaurant quality ribs at home in your smoker or oven at home.Making the Perfect Brisket
The Brisket is a piece of meat that is as tough as leather and even more flavorless when cooked improperly. But when the time is taken and the effort made, the brisket can be one of the most delicious pieces of meat you will ever have. This article should shed a little light on this lesser known and used piece of meat.How To Barbeque – Easy Steps For Success
Learn how to barbeque by following some basic guidelines, then applying your personal touch to what you learn. It’s not difficult to become adept at barbecue grilling but it does take some time and experimenting.How To Create Dazzling Appetizers For Your Next Party
Have you ever wondered if there is an easy way to create dazzling appetizers that will go over well with your weekend guests? Some people spend hours creating fancy appetizers that they may find quite tantalizing. The trick is this, will your weekend guess find your appetizers as mouth watering as you do?BBQ Myths Getting You Down?
All too frequently, people are falling victims to very common barbeque myths, which leads to bad BBQ experiences…Italian Ingredients
If ingredients in Italian recipes leave you scratching your head, this list will alleviate the itch.The Perfect Mashed Potato
It is an staple of the western world. And yet sometimes; well sometimes it just leaves us wondering “How do we make the Perfect Mash?”Different Types of Cookie Sheets Yield Different Tasting Cookies
Anybody who takes the time to make cookies from scratch obviously wants the cookies to come out perfectly and taste delicious. Mixing ingredients is almost unheard of these days with just about everything being available in pre-mixed or pre-made packages. Most people simply buy a roll of cookie dough, slice it, and stick it in the oven for 15-18 minutes. However, for the individuals out there who still take the time to make their own cookie dough, it’s important to know the differences between all the types of cookie sheets available in stores today. There are a multitude of them, and believe it or not, they all yield different results.Dry Rubs – Not Just for Meat Anymore
When we hear the culinary term “dry rub”, our minds tend to immediately imagine using it on a great steak or on ribs. But dry rubs offer so much more than just lending flavor and moistness to meats. Dry rubs are versatile enough to be used just about anywhere you want a kick of spice and flavor.Take a Mop to Your Meats!
Mops, sometimes referred to as sops or bastes, are liquids that are applied to meats during the slow cooking process of traditional barbecue, to keep the meats moist and add additional flavor. Many traditionalists and competitive barbecue teams swear by their mops almost as much as they do their dry rubs. They get their unusual name from the tool that resembles a small kitchen mop used to apply the flavor baste.Cooking With The Power of the Sun
Many people understand the concept of passive solar for heating a home. Fewer realize it can be used in to cook food and sterilize water.Pure Water and Fine Tea
Tea originated in China 5,000 years ago and the selection and brewing of tea has been refined to an art with health and spiritual aspects emerging as part of the process. The best water for successful tea infusion is low in mineral content, free of contamination and additives and high in oxygen content.How to Cook Tender Moist Scrambled Eggs
Scrambled eggs are a busy cook’s best friend. They can be thrown together for a quick nutritious dinner or lingered over at a leisurely brunch. Because eggs are so affordable they are a great asset to families on a budget.Avocados the Perfect Fruit for Guacamole or Milk Shakes?
The avocado is a pear shaped fruit that can also be known as an alligator pear. Avocados are grown in warm temperate climates with the average avocado tree producing around 120 avocados a year.Dandelions for the Kitchen
Edible dandelions (not the type growing in the grass) are packed full of nutrition and can be a valuable assest in the kitchen. Dandelions contain vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin D, calcium, potassium and iron. Because of there high vitamin content dandelions are a perfect addition to a healthy diet.