There’s no denying that great steak is a treat – juicy, tender and rosy meat surrounded by a well-seasoned crust is a simple-yet-impressive main course that’s often on the menu for celebrations and special occasions. Considering the cost of dining out at a steakhouse, learning how to cook the perfect steak at home is a skill that every (meat-eating) man should master.
Barbecuing low and slow has long been my favorite way to grill. Every Sunday I try and spend my day outside working on a recipe that can take anywhere from six to sixteen hours to cook over an open flame. Read more
As soon as summer hits, I, like many others step outside to barbecue every night that I can. It’s not unusual for me to barbecue or grill seven nights a week and on weekends you can even find me in my backyard making breakfast over the open flame. Read more
Whether it’s grilling, barbecuing low and slow or smoking and curing, outdoor cooking has been a technique that men have turned to since the dawn of time. The idea of cooking over a hot fire induced salivation and thoughts of carnivorous delight.