The actor wooed the new love of his life (now his wife) by spit-roasting a twenty-six pound suckling pig for her.
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Who first had the idea to apply the classic over-and-under weaving technique to strips of cured pork belly, aka bacon?
He has great advice on grilling and cooking, so listen up.
All it needs is a touch of char and backyard smoke to bring it to perfection.
The water smoker is simple to operate, but serious enough for competition cooks.
Here's my official crash course on barbecuing and grilling -- the essentials you need to rock the grill every time you fire it up. I'll begin with some of the basic concepts.
When you buy barbecue sauce to baste your rib eye, you break my dang heart.
Don't worry: Good things are happening, much of it beneath the surface.
This butter makes eating corn on the cob an even more wonderful treat.
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Have you ever noticed how your sauce slides all over the place on your hot dog? It is round, after all. I've got som...
Use the following ideas as a springboard for your own imagination. Sweetbreads? Asparagus? Pears? The possibilities are endless.
Surely you've grilled an ear of corn or two in your day. It's a classic because it's always tasty.
We would've thought these bottled ingredients were unacceptable, but they're exceptional.
A sauce has the power to transform the simplest grilled seafood or chicken into an event.
Read on, study up, then hightail it to your nearest butcher.
It was raining and we had ripe peaches. That was why I started broiling peaches and mixing up a brown sugar pecan crumble at 9 on a Sunday morning. The other reason was that we'd run out of cereal, had no bread and were low on eggs.
As we faced that Weber, Mom and I realized that we were clueless.
Your first grilling experience may well have taken place on a hibachi. (Hey, you never forget your first time.)
My only advice? Make extra, because they disappear fast!
By grilling one or two vegetables with your main course, you can cook an entire meal on the grill.
It's time for ribs. And burgers. And steak.
Sweet and Savory Grilled Corn on the Cob
It wouldn't be summer without corn on the cob. It is nutrient packed with fiber and vitamins A, B, and E. ...
Occasionally you've got to up the ante a bit and try something new.
Grilling is one of the best parts of summer. But it can also be one of the unhealthiest.
If you aren't particularly fond of grilling, then maybe you want an alternative, in which case we have some great recommendations!
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