There's nothing like that bite of crunchy and tender carne asada or the salty crusty taste of a ribeye steak. To help your weekend be a fiery success, we are continuing our Grilling 101 Series with "The Basics of Grilling Beef." Whatever your beefy fancy, these basic tips and techniques will get you closer to showing off your grilling skills instead of just guessing your way through.
We all know that grilling is one of the best ways to prepare food while getting outside of the house. Our Grilling 101 series continues with The Basics of Grilling Chicken to help you master the basics of grilling chicken. Using these tips and techniques, find great success thrilling your family and guests with tasty grilled chicken, experimenting with different recipes, dry rubs, and marinades!
Ever wonder about the difference between direct and indirect heat? Or how to use them when grilling? You're not alone! If you're planning on grilling anything more advanced than basic burgers and dogs, you need to understand direct and indirect heat - what they are, why they differ, and how they are used. We explore these fundamentals of grilling and other tips in "Grilling 101: What is Direct and Indirect Heat?"
We are breaking down what makes wet-aged and dry-aged beef different and how it works. Read on so the next time you purchase a pricey cut of meat from your favorite butcher or specialty food market, you’ll have all the information necessary to make an informed decision about which product is best for your needs.
Tender, juicy, and flavorful grilled chicken thighs are perfect for small dinners, events, or celebrations. American Made Grilling Tips continue with How to Grill Chicken Thighs. Easy and versatile, these tips will make your family and friends want perfectly grilled chicken thighs to be a regular part of weeknight menu plans.
Everyone wants to grill the flawless steak, but it seems somewhat elusive sometimes. With these techniques for grilling the perfect steak, you can prepare steakhouse-quality meals at home whenever you want. The beauty is in simplicity, and by applying some patience and care, we can leave those past miscues behind.