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If we could eat the food equivalent of the Man Bun, what would it taste like? Probably like beer, pretzels and pork, right?
Make sure you have plenty of friends on hand, both to eat and to be impressed.
Think pork belly, short ribs, flank steak.
There are oohs and aahs from all quarters when an apparently entire cabbage is sliced into stuffing-layered wedges.
Unless you've lost use of your taste buds, you understand the dilemma of eating healthy. With all the french fries, brownies and pizza in the world, h...
A common feature of festive tables is a big roast. A sofa-sized turkey; a pillow-sized capon; a rib of beef too huge to fit into your largest roasting...
Roasting requires only a few simple steps that will ensure a delicious end result every time.
No dry or leathery meats here -- we promise.
This preparation of the "other white meat" imparts an appetizing seared surface and a sufficiently tender and succulent interior.
It's time for this roast to stop flying under the radar.
We'll get through this together, everyone.
Why do we wait (or at least think we should wait) until winter before cooking dishes like this?
Unlike some other ways of cooking ribs, this is not about smoke and seasoning: it's about the meat, its fat and its juices.
Pulled pork is ridiculously simple to make, but it looks and tastes like you've been cooking all day.
It's the easiest dish you can make for dinner.
This recipe is also topped with a bourbon-rosemary sauce.
It's all we want for dinner -- every night of the week.
We know that barbecue draws out some serious opinions with even stronger loyalties, but we're going to take a risk here and say that any type of barb...
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