Steak. The king of meat. From the blue cheese smell of a raw, well-aged cut to the delectable, sweet, and smoky taste of a well-grilled chunk of beef, there’s nothing like it. But there’s nothing sadder than poorly cooked beef steaks. First of all, it’s a terrible waste of good food, and second, there’s no reason why you can’t have a steak like a professional chef.
Category Archives: Cooking Techniques
Cooking is not an inborn skill. You learn how to cook through observation or training. The cooking process can be complicated, especially for someone who never had their parents teach them while they were young. Now that you’re an adult, you might feel embarrassed about your culinary skills, or worse, lack thereof. But no matter your skill level, there are ways to perfect your cooking. In this post, I share some simple techniques to help you master the basics of the culinary arts.
Hot dogs are an American classic and they are enjoyed throughout the world. No summer barbecue is complete without a round of delicious hot dogs, but so many people struggle to cook them properly. This guide solves that problem.
November and December are big months for roasting. For the various holiday meals, both meats and vegetables are roasted for the feast. But what is roasting? And how does it differ from other ways of cooking in an oven? Read on to discover the answers to common questions about roasting.
May is National Salad Month … and what does every good salad need? Salad dressing! And, have you thought about making your own homemade salad dressing? Read on, it is easier than you think!
With the increasing pace of modern life, frozen foods have become very popular and often take up more than two isles at your local grocery store. Did you know that you can create your favorite comfort foods and freeze them at home? That way you can prepare your favorite comfort food when you have time, freeze it, and then enjoy when the time is right. Here are a few tips to help you do that.