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Lifehacker - Top 10 Skills to Master Your Grill - Grilling

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There's something about grilling food outdoors that's both exhilarating and terrifying. It's great to commune with your food in such a straight-up way, but what if it goes wrong? We're here to help overcome your fear of the flame, or step up your grilling game, with these 10 techniques.
Food & Dining: Affordable Steaks (
There are some cool information provided here about meat and cooking.
Describes multiple inexpensive steak types interactively
Tony Rosenfeld's recommendations for nine affordable cuts of beef that are made for summer grilling. Gotta check out the chuck-eye next time!!!
Lifehacker - Nine Affordable Steaks and How to Grill Them Anywhere - Grilling
The Washington Post offers a mouth-watering interactive guide on how to grill nine cuts of beef that are cheaper than what's usually promoted, along with a guide to using portable grills when space is tight.
Top 10 Steak Grilling Tips |
Top 10 Steak Grilling Tips (From a Real-Live Chef!) If you think grilling a steak is as simple as slapping a piece of meat you bought at the supermarket on a
Here are some grilling tips from an honest-to-goodness chef that’ll make your next steak meal your finest work ever.
If you think grilling a great steak is as simple as throwing a slab of meat you bought at the supermarket on your grill and flipping it over a few times, you’re missing out on what could be THE GREATEST STEAK OF YOUR LIFE.
r cooking food but can sometimes impart a gas flavor to your meat. I like to use natural hardwood charcoal started in a chimney. Don’t use lighter fluid; it defeats the purpose of using hardwood charcoal. You want to smell the steak roasting over the coals – that is the best part! Some people swear by mesquite soaked in apple juice others say you cook your steak too fast to get any benefit. Wood chips can add flavor if you are smoking your meat but that usually takes a lot more time than it takes to grill a steak. My recommendation is that if you are curious, play around see if you can taste and enjoy the difference. 6. Hot coals — Set your coals up so that you have zones of cooking. Always start off on a hot spot. You want good color and flavor from the high heat. When you flip it, don’t put it down on the same spot as before — it will be cooler. Find another hot spot to continue getting good color and flavor. 7. Don’t touch it! — This is one of the bigges
The Pioneer Woman Cooks - Ree Drummond
Cowboy Steak with Chimichurri Sauce
Seven Myths About Grilling a Steak
Cooking instructor and author of Planet Barbecue Steven Raichlen knows a thing or two about grilling a steak, and today he's debunking a few grilling myths that'll help make your weekend barbecue that much better.
The Minimalist - 101 Fast Recipes for Grilling -
Grilling recipes.
THERE, in all of their Fourth of July glory, are 101 grilling ideas begging to be tried. A vast majority take less time to prepare and grill than it takes to watch your coals turn white. (If you use gas, they’re still almost as fast as heating up the grill.) Some of them feature ingredients like corn, eggplant and tomatoes, which will be better a month from now, at least in the Northeast. But there are also suggestions for foods in season right now that not everybody thinks of putting on the grill. Please note that salt and pepper are (usually) understood.
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Some terrific ideas for the weekend here...
Craig "Meathead" Goldwyn: "Last Meal Ribs": How To Make The Best Barbecue Ribs You've Ever Tasted
Craig "Meathead" Goldwyn: "Last Meal Ribs": How To Make The Best Barbecue Ribs You've Ever Tasted
Craig "Meathead" Goldwyn: "Last Meal Ribs": How To Make The Best Barbecue Ribs You've Ever Tasted
Grilled Salt & Vinegar Potatoes Recipe - 101 Cookbooks