It's not a secret: great cooking starts with a good knife. It has to be sharp enough, with a comfortable grip, easy to wash and it has to be the right weight.
At first, these knives were used to cut large piece of beef, but now they serve multiple purpose like cutting vegetables and other types of meat.
Summer is officially over, but that doesn’t mean grilling has to be. The original idea of grilling dinner outdoors is no longer at the whim of the season, but wait before you put that grill away!
You are probably in the last stages of preparing for your Thanksgiving holiday, of which the family meal is the heart. Not that we want to increase your stress level, but you don’t want to mess it up!
Who says you can’t have any fun with a grill? And it’s the biggest misconception that eating healthy means uninteresting food. All you need is a little bit of creativity and a few cooking tips!
We've all tried it, sometimes with success, mostly with failure. Grilling the perfect steak can be puzzling and hard to achieve, but with a little guidance; anyone can do it. So let's start with the basics.
You might have noticed the brown color that appears on grilled steaks, chicken or fish when you cook them. Chances are you have seen this without even knowing about all the chemistry behind it.
In a world filled with too many grills to count, too many options, it can be hard to choose what to purchase. A good grill is an essential tool for the modern cook, it can be used as a second oven, but most importantly it creates meat with a unique flavour.