To flip, or not to flip, that is the real question. When you're nervously standing over the stove or grill, what do you do with that steak before you? I always believed that to have a perfect medium or medium-rare steak, I needed to let a thick cut of meat sear on one side fo ...more
The best way to anyone's heart is through their stomach. Watch this how to video and learn how to grill steaks with the Rookie Cook. It is so easy to grill steak that even a grilling rookie can cook these.
Salad isn't very exciting—and neither is salad dressing. You're either eating rabbit fodder drenched in a too-sour vinaigrette or too-heavy, leaf-wilting dressing like Thousand Island or French. Don't Miss: Make Soggy, Wilted Greens Edible Again However, thanks to the exper ...more
Remember those horrible, soul-crushing studies from a few years back linking grilled meats with cancer? Unfortunately, they're still true, but scientists have recently found that an unexpected ingredient can curb some of the harmful effects of high-temperature cooking. If you ...more
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
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
In this clip, Jaden Hair, shows you how to make yummy grilled beef steak with teriyaki balsamic glaze for any meal. In this episode, presented by the experts at Betty Crocker, you will grill a sumptious filet mignon into this mouth watering Asian style. Enjoy!
Chef John shows you a fantastic, all-purpose salad dressing using sherry vinegar. The second is a technique that makes emulsifying a dressing a fast and easy process. The reason I like sherry vinegar so much is that combines the complex, tartness of really good wine vinegar, w ...more
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
Over a hot grill, steaks will cook quickly, going from very soft (very rare) to somewhat soft with a bit of a spring (medium) to quite firm (well done). Steve Johnson, chef-owner of The Blue Room, recommends touching the steaks often and cutting into them when you think they’r ...more
If you're a steak lover then you know you have to whip out a nice portion of your paycheck to get a quality steak, especially if you're at a five-star restaurant. But with steaks costing upwards of $70 a piece, why not just make some at home to save your hard-earned cash? Tak ...more
Who doesn't enjoy sitting down to a nice dinner with a cocktail in hand? After a long day, a drink is a great way to unwind. Yet your favorite spirits can do more than just help you relax after work. By utilizing alcohol in the kitchen, you can enhance everything from how food ...more