Choosing the Best Cuts of Beef
However you choose to cook the beef you select, the same criteria apply to choosing beef. Select meat that is bright red with veins of fat, or marbling, through it.Couscous, the Easiest Dinner Side Dish
Coucous, a Middle Eastern staple can become a regular staple in your home too. Its easy preparation make it a must at the dinner table.How to Cook a Steak to Perfection
Cooking a steak: tips on how to tell when it is done. The differences between rare, medium, and well-done. When cooking a steak, you must use touch and sight to tell if it is done.Keep Some Quick Meal Ingredients Handy For When Time Is Short
Time is running short and you need to get supper on the table fast. What do you do? If you keep some key ingredients on hand it is easy to throw together a quick meal that will please the whole family.Lobster Q & A
This article will answer all your questions about lobster. Are you wondering what is the most humane way to kill a lobster? Or maybe you want to know how to cook a lobster? Find the answers to these questions and more!Outdoor Kitchen – The Dynamics of Taking Your Cooking Outside!
The dynamics of outdoor cooking.Cooking Healthy Meals
Most of us want to eat healthier meals. Many people believe this means you have to eat foul tasting foods, but that’s not the case anymore. Let’s take a look at how you can start eating healthier today.Cooking – Tips For Better Barbequing
Having a backyard barbeque with friends and family is one of life’s great pleasures. Whether you own a gas grill or charcoal grill, barbequed foods taste great. To help make your cooking experience even more enjoyable, I’ve listed some tips that all backyard chefs should be aware of.Cooking In Higher Altitude Air
Cooking in a high altitude climate can be quite an experience for anyone who has never done so before. What is going on here? Why is this happening? Good questions. Let’s take a closer look at why cooking food in high altitude is so much different.How to Cook Rice Right
The easiest way to make rice well every time is to use a rice cooker. If you don’t have one, or don’t want one, though, here’s a no-fail recipe for rice that one of my grandmothers taught my mother, who taught me. This one, I use mainly for seasoned rice dishes because things can be added to it before boiling, or broth (a plain soup) can be used in place of water.A Spicy Encounter – Part 3 of 4 – Pungent Spices
With an unmistakable burst of flavor the pungent spice adds a vibrant element to your meal. Discover a whole new world of spices and some new recipe ideas.Making a Better Dry Rub
If you haven’t taken the time to explore the ingredients in your favorite store bought dry rubs, do so. You might find that you are missing out when you compare them with higher quality blends and seasonings. Is higher quality worth the higher cost?