Crash Course “Cooking” for Men
Tips and tricks for guys on cooking for women at their place. Have her eating out of your hand, literally.Zip-Lock Bag Ideas for Outdoor Cooking
Zip-lock bags are extremely helpful when cooking outdoors. Here are some ideas and tips for using zip-lock bags to make your outdoor cooking job a little bit easier.Tips to Help You Use Less Fat in Your Everyday Cooking!
Just as you don’t have to give up sweetness in your foods, you don’t have to give up fats altogether. It is important, however, that you limit your intake. Cutting back begins in the kitchen, and continues at the table.Foil Cooking Tips – How to Cook with Foil Over the Campfire
Foil is easy to use to cook over the campfire. It is light-weight, inexpensive, widely available, can be used to cook a variety of meals, and cleanup is extremely easy.An Old Friend – Betty Crocker
Betty Crocker is an icon that many of us have grown up with through the years. Betty Crocker is synonymous with cookbooks and cake mixes. I can still remember seeing the picture of good old Betty on the box of those delicious cake mixes.Preparing and Using Antelope Meat
Antelope is the probably the easiest big game animal to hunt successfully, but it isn’t the nicest to eat. Many hunters in Wyoming won’t even bother to hunt antelope as a meat animal. Our family does, because they are relatively easy to get, so it is an easier species to use to teach kids to hunt.Skinning a Fish: How to Skin Your Catch in Seconds
There are two ways to skin a fish: you can either choose to do it before you cook it, or you can do it after you cook it. Either way will work fine, but it’s often easier to skin a fish once you’ve already cooked it. Many times, after the fish is cooked, you can simply pull on the skin and it will peel right off. For those who would prefer to remove the skin before cooking, follow the simple instructions below.Cleaning a Fish: How to Avoid Bacterial Contamination
Although there are several ways to clean a fish, using the incorrect techniques can often lead to food poisoning. Discover the same techniques used by chefs around the globe to clean a fish so you’re guaranteed to avoid the risk of bacterial contamination.How to Use Herbs in Everyday Cooking?
Use just enough herb to heighten natural food flavors. One strongly seasoned dish per meal is generally a good rule of thumb. Following is a list of guides for your everyday cooking needs.Smart Shopping: 25 Ways to Slash Your Grocery Bills
Grocery shopping can be tiring and expensive. These tips will not only speed you through the grocery store, they will lower your weekly bills. Best of all, you will eat like royalty.Barbecue Tips For Better Taste
We all know that for some reason there are a lot of people that volunteer to be responsible for the grilling and barbecue at every event that has this option, and many times the barbecue is destroyed for a wide variety of reasons, the fire was too strong, the wind increased the fire, the meat was not right and more.De-Boning a Fish: How to Easily Remove the Bones From a Fish
There are many ways to remove the bones from a fish, however, some are a lot easier than others. Don’t waste your time struggling to remove the bones. Discover the best techniques for easily removing the bones from your fish no matter what kind you want to cook tonight.