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How To : Make Stuffed Spaghetti Squash

Trying to stay away from carbs but love starches? Why not try some spaghetti squash instead of all that pasta? Spaghetti squash is easy to prepare and can be garnished just like you would with pasta or potatoes. In this tutorial, learn how to make a delicious stuffed spaghett ...more

How To : Prepare beef tenderloin steak at home

Susan Walker shows us how to prepare beef tenderloin steak in this tutorial. First, preheat your oven to broil, then add water to the bottom of your broiler pan and spray non stick spray onto the top of it. Next, brush your entire steak with olive oil and add salt, pepper, and ...more

How To : Make a London beef broil

In this tutorial, we learn how to make London broil with Chef John. If your meat is frozen, slowly defrost it in the fridge for two days. After it's thawed, cut the meat in half so you have two thick pieces. Next, find the half that has fat on each side, and cut off the part w ...more

How To : Cook a London broil

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook a London broil. First, heat up a skillet on medium high and then place your meat onto the skillet. Now, let the meat brown on both sides, and keep cooking, seasoning with salt and pepper as you go. Keep cooking on both sides, making sure ...more

How To : Cook a London broil grilled steak

Make London broil grilled steak by following these easy steps! Enjoy cooking! London broil is a preparation, not a cut of meat. It is a steak that is pan-fried (and therefore not grilled) over high heat only to medium rare, beyond which point it becomes inedibly tough. It is a ...more

How To : Cook a quick and simple London broil

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook a quick and easy London Broil. First, marinade your meat with Italian dressing for several hours or as long as you prefer. After it has been marinating in the bag in the fridge, take it out and place it on your pan with foil underneath. N ...more

How To : Order in an Italian restaurant while dieting

You can eat Italian and still stick to your diet. Just follow these guidelines. Step 1: Skip the garlic Choose plain breadsticks or bread over the garlic variety, which is saturated with butter. If you're dipping your bread, watch the olive oil! It's healthier than butter, b ...more

How To : Make Chinese style chicken and sweet corn soup

This video teaches how to make a Chinese style chicken and sweet corn soup, with the optional addition of noodles. In it Caroline suggests you take some leftover chicken, ginger, onion for flavor and garlic. Cut the ginger into little chunks and skin the garlic. Put the leftov ...more

How To : Cook Betty's boneless country style pork ribs

In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make tasty pork ribs. Pay special attention to the sauce she makes: that's the best part! Ingredients: 2 pounds boneless pork ribs 18 oz. bottled barbecue sauce (I used K. C. Masterpiece--about 1/3 to 1/2 of the bottle.) meat tenderiz ...more

How To : Make king crab cakes stuffed with lobster tails

In the spirit of foods stuffed with other foods such as Turducken and macaroni and cheese stuffed meat loaf, comes this seafood inside seafood dish. This video tutorial shows how to make King Crab stuffed lobster tails. This gourmet meal is surprisingly easy to pull off, provi ...more

How To : Make Betty's grilled chicken sandwich

Betty shows you how to prepare a hearty but healthy grilled chicken sandwich. Watch as she breaks down a really simple recipe. Ingredients: (for 2) 2 uncooked chicken breast fillets 2 sweet Italian sub buns (You may substitute any type of sandwich bread here--Italian bread o ...more

How To : Make Betty's party cocktail meatballs

Betty makes cocktail meatballs which are served right out of the crock pot. Line a broiler pan with tinfoil. For the meatballs you will need in a large bowl. In the bowl add 1 beaten egg, 1 lb. ground beef, 1 tsp. salt, and 2-3 tbs. plain ground bread crumbs. Chop the meat u ...more

How To : Make broiled lobster tails au gratin

This clip comes from Nikki the Foodie and shows how to make lobster tails au gratin. The main tail is taken and 'butterflied' by cutting through lengthways and opening it out to extract the meat, while leaving it connected at the base and laying it along the top of the shell. ...more

How To : Cook lobster tails at home

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to cook lobster tails. Users can choose to bake or broil the lobster tail. Begin by cutting the outer shell of the lobster tail. Users should cut vertically down the middle and horizontally at the bottom of the tail. Take the tail meat ...more

How to Act Like a Food Snob : Molecular Gastronomy Edition

I first heard the term molecular gastronomy while watching an episode of Bravo's Top Chef a few seasons back. Intrigued by the concept, I sought to find out more about this modern, deconstructed type of cookery. If you happen to be around foodies and the topic of molecular gas ...more

How To : Make Betty's burritos

Try out Betty's super-easy, mouth-watering Burritos. Mix it with her simple Spanish rice and expect a fiesta in your mouth! Ingredients: 1 pound ground beef 1 teaspoon salt 1 small onion, finely chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 15 oz. can refried bean ...more

How To : Make a T-bone steak

If the grill is going hot then it’s a perfect time to throw on a big t-bone steak. You can cook some potatoes right along with your stake. With this professional advice you can get really succulent and perfectly cooked t-bone with minimal effort. The T Bone Steak is one of th ...more

How To : Shuck an Oyster Without an Oyster Knife

There are few kitchen tools as elusive as the oyster knife. Many people—even seafood lovers—don't own one. If you do own one, it probably gets used so infrequently that it gets sent to the very back of the shelf where it proceeds to get lost. Then you accidentally find the kni ...more

How To : Make a DIY Roasting Rack for Your Turkey

One of the golden rules to cooking a Thanksgiving turkey is to place it on a roasting rack before it goes into the oven. Missing this step and cooking it directly on the pan will burn the bottom of the bird, resulting in overcooked, dry meat. Don't Miss: Unlock Your Oven's Se ...more

How To : The Know-It-All's Guide to Caramelization

Look on any bistro or pub menu in America and you'll likely find the term caramelized onions as an option for your burger. The word "caramel" may conjure up images of candy, which is somewhat correct. When high temperatures are applied to certain foods, the sugars within them ...more

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