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9 ways you’re cooking your steak wrong


Few dishes compare to a hunk of juicy steak. And even fewer home-cooked steaks compare to those of yourlocal favorite steakhouse. From fridge to plate, there are a lot of little secrets steakhouse chefs employ. Thanks to executive chef Billy

How To Choose The Perfect Cut Of Beef


Horse meat is consumed around the world, people are eating more guinea pigs than ever before, and the pork industry is trying to re-market itself — but beef is what’s for dinner. Porterhouses, filet mignon, and strip steaks are staples

5 Grilling Myths, Busted


1. Searing Steaks Seals In Juices Wrong. A steak is not like a water balloon. Instead, it’s comprised of tiny individual cells of moisture that that actually dry out the longer you grill it. That’s why you want to sear



There are some things in life that are meant to go together like peanut butter and jelly, weddings and the chicken dance, and steaks and the grill. While steaks can certainly be prepared indoors in a skillet, grill pan, or

BBQ Secrets From the Best Pitmasters in the Country


BY JILL KRASNY The country’s best pitmasters don’t care about seasoning. They don’t care if you use mesquite wood. They just want to know you understand the techniques and deeply respect the tradition. “People are becoming more open-minded and barbecue

Top 10 Books on Barbecue

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By Julia Craggs You’ve got all the kit, but can you come up with the goods? From iconic US smokehouses to London restaurateurs, we’ve been busy reviewing books dedicated to the sacred art of the barbecue, so you can rub, grill

How to Avoid the Most Common Grilling Mistakes


By Lifehacker With barbecue season upon us, it’s time to get proficient with your grill. But just as important as knowing what to do is knowing what not to do. Don’t let your skewers overcook, your burger become bland, or

Here’s The Truth Behind The Most Common Barbecue Myths


By George Embiricos Barbecue season is officially here! With Memorial Day weekend come and gone, the warm weather has finally kicked in, and backyard grills are being fired up everywhere. But while barbecue may be a gift from the gods, there

Smoking your first brisket – advice from Aaron Franklin


Brisket is notoriously difficult to cook. Many amateur barbecuers have turned a 4lb brisket into a 4lb hunk of beef jerky. You shouldn’t let these horror stories put you off though. There is no greater accomplishment than pulling a brisket off

Learn How to Cook Anything on the Grill With This Infographic


Even the most experienced grill master has trouble memorizing cooking times for everything. This chart tells you all you need to know for almost anything grill worthy. The graphic is comprehensive and includes beef, pork, seafood and veggies. Not only

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