You've had beef steaks on the grill, and you've probably had Portobello steaks, but have you had cauliflower steaks before?
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It's both totally genius and completely underwhelming.
Just be glad these fails never happened to you.
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And destroys the cook's dignity.
Here are a few great tips to help you get through your next BBQ outing unscathed.
Something a little different for this summer's outdoor cooking fun! Jeff Stehney, owner of Kansas City's Oklahoma Joe's BBQ restaurant, and the legen...
An incredible and healthy grilled dinner.
it might come in handy to take a quick primer before you accidentally poison yourself and all your Fourth of July guests.
Dig into the best ingredients that summer supplies -- little neck clams, cherry stone clams, shrimp, lobsters, mussels, corn on the cob, Andouille sausage -- without having to dig a fire pit or do any heavy lifting.
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How to grill any steak like a pro.
Salt. It may be the only food we eat that starts as a rock. Reason enough to check out this book and to try this recipe.
A mouthwatering salad that's perfect warm-weather fare!
Where there is a man and a grill, there is a gadget.
Grilling isn't fool-proof. We've learned that the hard way.
Humble ingredients elevated with a zingy vinaigrette of pungent roasted coriander, tangy lime juice and fiery cayenne.
Smoky, deep, spicy, robust, crunchy, it's a carnival for the taste buds!
Sometimes there's just no need to re-invent something that's worked just fine for centuries.
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