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Freezer Cooking Organized – How to Use a Freezer Inventory Sheet

Freezer cooking is even easier when you know exactly what’s in the freezer. Learn how to use a freezer inventory sheet to track your freezer meals makes dinner time a breeze.

BBQ Smokers – A Long History in American Cooking

It is true that smokers are not used as regularly as the stove or microwave these days. However, they have been a large part of American cooking for many years. There were even smoking houses built in the early days for the purposes of preserving meat. This kind of smoking is still in existence today, as is proven by smoked bacon, ham, or lox that we still consume. Smokers have been in existence for generations, and they will be for years to come.

BBQ Smoking Basics Part 3 – The Importance of Regulating Your BBQ Smoker’s Temperature

Parts 1 and 2 of this series presented BBQ smoker selection, charcoal use, and the different types of wood you can burn. Here, we discuss the importance of regulating your BBQ Smoker’s temperature. Miss this one, and you’ll be heading to your local BBQ restaurant for take out.

How to Stir-fry the Chinese Way – 10 Easy Steps

Stir-frying is a wonderful way to cook, because once you know the basic, it is quick, easy, and the combination of ingredients can lead to endless variations of exciting dishes. Would you like to join us in these 10 easy steps?

BBQ Smoking Basics Part 2 – Feed Your BBQ Smoker the Good Wood

The wonder of smoked BBQ comes through the wood that’s used. Let’s talk a bit about how this works to create a truly awesome barbecue smoker experience.

Barbecue Tips For Better Taste

Why is it that the people who volunteer to be responsible for grilling at a barbecue often ruin the meat by overcooking or undercooking? Either the fire was burning too hot or never got hot enough. Maybe they didn’t use the vents correctly or trim the fat, so the meat catches on fire and you end up with an inferno in the grill. The cookout event then ends up meaning only eating coleslaw and baked beans, and we know that’s not fun especially when you mouth is ready for real barbecue food.

BBQ Smoking Basics Part 1 – Things Every First-Time BBQ Smoker Needs to Know

Though scary and a bit foreign at first, using a BBQ smoker is one of the most basic yet artful ways of preparing your favorite meats and seafood. With some basic planning and a few simple steps, you too can join the ranks of the smoking hot barbecue enthusiasts.

T Bone Steak Recipes – Picking the Best Cut of Meat

It’s summer, it’s warm and it’s time to get the grill going. Time to invite the friends over, ice up a cooler of beer and cook some steaks. Nothing to it right? Do you have one of the great T Bone steak recipes? Do you need one? If you’ve been cooking steaks on the grill, you might know the answer, but for sure there are a few tips you need to follow, even for the most seasoned backyard BBQ king.

The Habanero and Scotch Bonnet Peppers

When we hear the word ‘Pepper’ our minds immediately associate the term with something hot. But as with everything else in life, they are different degrees of heat associated with the different peppers-to put it another way, all peppers are not created equal.

Small Food Savings Can Become Big Bucks

We all know lots of small ways to save when cooking or entertaining. We just have to use them together to come up with bigger savings for our food budget.

Organic Herbs For Cooking, Drinking and Around the Home

Food labeling can be a bit confusing. Words like “natural” and “wholesome” are thrown around with abandon, but really have little meaning in terms of actual standards of quality being met. However, the term “organic” does have a standardized meaning when it is used in food labeling.

Let Culinary Herbs Spice Up Your Life

Discerning cooks from around the world appreciate culinary herbs. Culinary herbs and spices add zest to every dish served at every hour around the globe. If you are making food products that will be resold, wholesale spices offer a great way to save money on all of your favorite ingredients.

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