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How To : Cook rib eye steaks on a charcoal barbecue grill

Watch these grillmasters barbecue & cook rib eye steaks. You will need ribeye steaks, large sweet onion, diced celery, scallion, garlic glove, butter/margarine, salt and pepper. Rib eyes are also known a Delmonico steaks and in Australia known as Scotch fillet. This is one of ...more

How To : Cook a prime rib eye steak on an outdoor grill

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook a prime rib steak on an outdoor grill. Before you begin, heat your grill up for 15-20 minutes. Now, prepare your steak by sprinkling salt and pepper on all sides of it. Now, place the steak on the grill so that it's not directly on the he ...more

How To : Cook the perfect steak without a BBQ grill

Interested in pan-grilling a beefsteak to perfection? With a little bit of patience and the proper technique, it's easier than you'd think! So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the cooking process in about five minutes. For m ...more

How To : Cook kangaroo meat as steaks on a grill

Johnny O the Barbecue Hobo demonstrates how to cook kangaroo on the grill--Delicious! Kangaroo meat needs to be prepared in a similar fashion to filet mignon. Learn how to grill up an unusual but great tasting steak.

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 : Don't Burn Money — Reuse Your Charcoal Instead

This is a familiar scenario: you light up the grill, get cooking, eat the fruits of your labor, then clean up every trace of your barbecuing once you're finished — except maybe the hot charcoal, which usually gets dumped right before the next cookout. But instead of tossing e ...more

News : Jaccard Tenderizer - A Must Have Tool

This is a tool I wouldn't want to do without in my kitchen. It's full name is the Jaccard Super Tendermatic Meat Tenderizer but if you refer to the "Jaccard", most food folks will know what you are talking about. Jaccard makes lots of food prep products but this is probably th ...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 : Grill Argentine filet mignon

In this video, Steven Raichen demonstrates how to make a quick and delicious meal of Argentine "gaucho grilled" filet mignon with grilled eggplant and peppers. In his travels around the world, Raichen became fascinated with the rich, slightly smoky flavor of steak cooked in th ...more

How To : Prepare steak for grilling

Summer Kitchen shows us different ways and options in preparing steaks for grilling. Basics on preparing steak for grilling: Let steak sit at room temperature for at least 30 minutes before grilling to allow for even cooking. Trim excess fat from the steak. Brush the steak wit ...more

How To : Make a Cheap Cut of Steak Taste Like Filet Mignon

Living on a budget often means compromising what you want for what you need—or at least, for what's affordable. But that doesn't necessarily mean you have to compromise on flavor, especially if you know the right tips and tricks to make something spectacular out of the ordinar ...more

How To : Cook the perfect steak

Cooking steak can be a challenge but head Chef Donald Russell will show you how you can cook your steak perfectly every time. It is important to start with a nice piece of fresh meat and with a few helpful tips you will be sure to have succulent steak. Watch this video to per ...more

Food Tool : Jaccard Beats All Other Meat Tenderizers

Meat tenderizers are absolutely necessary when dealing with leaner, tougher cuts like flank or skirt steaks. And while fruit like papaya, kiwi, and pineapple contain enzymes that can tenderize meat, the results can be hit-or-miss, and impart a fruity flavor that you may not al ...more

News : MSG Is the Ultimate Healthy Flavor Hack

Hear me out. No, really. Before you sharpen your pitchforks and give me anecdotal evidence of your Chinese restaurant syndrome, I think you need to know a few things about monosodium glutamate. First of all, it's a naturally-occurring chemical compound that can be found in any ...more

How To : Make Your Own Charcoal

Hello, all. In this article, I will be showing you how to make one of the most useful products known to man. I am talking, of course, about charcoal. You might be surprised at just how many uses this stuff has. You can use it to purify your drinking water, replace your aquari ...more

How To : 10 Common Food Myths Debunked

Common knowledge is a funny thing: it represents a majority's opinion on a particular subject and somehow makes that opinion fact. If that 'fact' goes unopposed and unchallenged, then it is passed on and preserved from one generation to the next—regardless of whether it is tru ...more

How To : Grill the perfect tender & juicy steak

Before you throw your next steak on the barbecue, see what grilling experts do to ensure that it turns out tender and juicy. Watch this video to learn how to grill the perfect steak. Step 1. Start with a clean grill Clean the inside of your grill and the grate with soap, a b ...more

How To : An Exhaustive Guide to Burgers

From A Hamburger Today: your guide to regional hamburger and cheeseburger styles. What red-blooded American doesn't love hamburgers? Think you're an enthusiast? Think again. There's more to the burger than the Big Mac (though the Big Mac is included in this guide, of course). ...more

How To : Cook different cuts of steak

Do you know how to cook beef short ribs? How about a point off natural brisket? In this video, Andrew Zimmerman, offers simple and easy recommendations on his favorite methods of preparing and cooking various cuts of steak. Zimmerman lets you know what kinds of steak work best ...more

How To : Cook a flank steak with bleu cheese in the oven

This video from NoTimeToCookDinner shows us how to cook a flank steak with Blue Cheese in just fifteen minutes. This steak recipe is cooked on the stove and not on a grill. The chef starts by seasoning both sides of the steak with black pepper and salt. He put the steak into a ...more

How To : Cook a Cajun rib eye steak

The video tutorial teaches you how to make Cajun Rib Eye Steak using the tutorial maker's special seasoning. The tutorial's Cajun Rib Eye Steak is complemented with a side dish of grilled asparagus and melons, that is also taught in the video tutorial. Preparation time for the ...more

Weird Ingredient Wednesday : Cook with Lapsang Souchong Tea

Like cigars and whiskey, Lapsang Souchong tea is an acquired taste. Some people never get over the pungent, tarry flavor and intense smell of the beverage, but using it as a rub, marinade, or other seasoning is totally smart. The tea adds a smoky yet not overwhelming flavor to ...more

News : Blowtorches Aren't Just for Crème Brûlée

One of the most mind-blowing meals I ever ate occurred when I was 12 years old. The main course and sides were good, if unmemorable, but my jaw dropped during dessert when my friend's mother whipped out a blowtorch—as in a bona fide welding torch from the hardware store—to fin ...more

How To : How & Why You Should Make Your Own Bacon

There's something magical about homemade foods, especially when they're items that most people don't make. Even the simplest bread tastes divine when you've mixed it yourself, kneaded it yourself, and gotten the dough stuck underneath your nails. So if a simple food tastes am ...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

How To : Make Copycat Trader Joe's Spices at Home

The spice selection at Trader Joe's is both inexpensive and truly top-notch. According to their site, they deal with some of the highest-quality spice manufacturers in the world and, in working with them directly, they eliminate hidden costs spent on promotions, brand-building ...more

How To : Grill a simple fillet mignon in a unique way

In this video Dave shows his unique way to grill fillet mignon. Dave begins the video with a brief history of fillet mignon. Dave says his unique way is easy as long as you follow his simple steps: 1) Allow steak to come to room temperature before putting it on the grill. This ...more

How To : 14 Food Hacks You Need to Know for Grilling Season

It's that time of year where you need to break out the grill and cook food over red-hot coals, whether it's the beginning, middle, or end of summer. Even if you're not a grill master extraordinaire, you can use these hacks to fool your friends and family into thinking that you ...more

Ingredients 101 : How & Why You Should Always Brown Butter

Butter can be even more delicious than it already is. While that may be a shocking claim, it's most definitely true. Many new cooks and even seasoned chefs don't realize this, but the few minutes it takes to do these things will pay you back exponentially when it comes to that ...more

How To : Give Your Food a Bath or a Rubdown for More Flavor

Brining is magic. All you have to do is make a mild saline solution, toss in your protein of choice, let it soak, and cook. You end up with incredibly tender, flavorful meat or tofu for very little effort. So why aren't more of us doing it? Pork chops soaking in a brine of sug ...more

How To : Make grilled halibut steaks with chanterelles

Chef John from FoodWishes prepares a grilled halibut steak with corn and chanterelle mushrooms. You can find chanterelle mushrooms in most upscale markets. Before cutting into chanterelle mushroom make sure you remove as much dirt as possible by using a brush or the edge of a ...more

How To : Grill tender and succulent ribs in less time

Whether you're making summer barbacue or preparing a plate of nice, juicy ribs for Thanksgiving dinner to sit alongside your turkey, it's important to know how to grill ribs right in as little time as possible. Grilling ribs that are tender, succulent and fall-off-the-bone de ...more

How To : Grill venison steaks with Chef Tony

Chef Tony teaches viewers how to grill venison steaks! Cut deer roast in about three quarters to an each thick. Marinate your meat overnight in water and buttermilk. Then marinade them with your choice of spices, seasoning and butter and a little bit of red wine. Next, coat th ...more

How To : Make a blue cheese buffalo chicken dip

Buffalo chicken dip is spiced blue cheese dressing that is perfect for your chicken wings. This is a great addition to your Super Bowl recipes or an awesome blue cheese dressing for your favorite salad. Chef Tips host Jason Hill also recommends it as a grilled steak sauce. The ...more

How To : Cook a grilled corn on the cob

Grilling corn on the cob is easy with this quick method from Chef Tips host Jason Hill. Before cooking corn on the grill, remove the husks and season with salt and pepper. This grilled corn on the cob is wrapped in foil for easy of preparation and heat retention while you prep ...more

How To : Grill seafood with tips from Lowe's

This Lowe's video shows you how to grill seafood. You will need grilling utensils like tongs, a spatula, fork and a basting brush. Printable instructions are available at Lowes.com/videos. Make sure you lightly coat fish and grill with oil to keep it from sticking. You can als ...more

How To : Make Argentinean churrasco con chimichurri

In order to prepare a Flank Steak with Chimichuro sauce, you will need the following ingredients: a flank steak, coriander, cumin, salt, pepper, parsley, garlic, cayenne pepper, salt, pepper, olive oil, cilantro, white wine vinegar, and oil. Make a spice rub with the coriande ...more

How To : Make chocolate mountains

Chef Johann Lafer prepares a wonderful dessert chocolate mountains. The preparation and cooking time is 45 minutes. Ingredients needed are eggs, white chocolate, praline, rum, cognac or Grand Marnier, gelatin leaf, grilled almonds, sweetened whipped cream, sugar, topping choco ...more

How To : Make amazing Hawaiian BBQ chicken

In this clip, Chef Jason Hill brings you down to Hawaii and gets a piece of chicken from a North Shore roadside huli huli stand. This chicken is so amazing, that Chef Hill nabs the recipe and shows it to you in this clip. This recipe is very tasty and serves up great fresh off ...more

How To : Make a white sauce for fish tacos

Next time you grill up our fish taco recipe, try it with this fish taco white sauce. Chef Jason Hill shows you how to make this delicious, easy condiment. The ingredients are mayonnaise, yogurt, chipotle hot sauce, and lime juice. Learn how to prepare this white sauce recipe b ...more

How To : Grill easy BBQ chicken with Chef John

For an easy, but tasty, chicken dinner Chef John shows us his recipe for barbeque chicken that helps you avoid the burned skin. With the raw chicken, cut some deep slashes that will allow the BBQ sauce and marinade to permeate the chicken. Also, make a gash on the wing to make ...more

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