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April 11, 2022
How to reheat pulled pork without drying it out

When you reheat food, it always seems to taste way worse and loses a lot of its moisture, but it doesn't have to be this way. This guide should help you reheat food and make sure it's stored correctly for a much better leftovers meal. Reheating food is generally split into two different categories, either […]

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April 11, 2022
The Denver Steak

Whilst the Denver isn't as popular as some of the other cuts of beef like a tenderloin, or a ribeye, it doesn't mean that it's not a quality piece of beef. It's a very good example of getting amazing quality and a cheaper cut per pound. You will probably have to visit the local butcher […]

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March 21, 2022
The Best Cuts of Meat for Smoking

Smoking is a low-temperature, slow-cooking method that uses smoke to flavour and tenderizes meats. The cooking period for a pound of meat is normally more than 30 minutes, but it can be much longer—the meat can stay in the smoker for up to 20 hours. Barbecue aficionados consider it an art form and a favourite […]

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March 18, 2022
Coleslaw Recipes to pair with Pulled Pork

Coleslaw is a very famous pairing with pulled pork, but there are a variety of different ways to serve it, and different recipes, so this guide will hopefully help you to narrow down what you're looking for to put with that lovely tender meat! The Classic Memphis Style Coleslaw This southern-style recipe is well known […]

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November 30, 2021
How to Remove the Membrane (Silverskin) On Ribs

Ribs are sold with or without the membranes. So, if you're buying ribs, ask your butcher if the membrane is still on the ribs or if it's been removed. In case you forget to ask, you will need to open the package to see if it is still attached. Removing the membrane is a personal […]

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November 30, 2021
How to use wood chips for food smoking

Wood chips are a staple of any backyard cook. They provide that extra flavour and aroma that can't be replicated by anything else. Whether you're smoking meat, vegetables, or even nuts, wood chips will make your food taste better. You don't need a smoker when using wood chips, a charcoal or gas grill will work […]

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November 30, 2021
How to Clean a Cast Iron Grill Pan

A cast iron grill pan is an essential piece of equipment to have in your kitchen, whether it has been passed down through generations or was recently purchased. But, once the meal is finished, do you know how to clean your cast iron grill pan properly? These pans can outlast even the most durable non-stick […]

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November 30, 2021
How to Keep Your Hot Food Warm Before Serving

When you are hosting a big dinner party, and you don't want to be rushing last minute to get your food ready. If you are cooking different dishes you will realise some foods, like a stir-fry, will get ready within a few minutes while others like barbecue, stews will take hours to get done. Reheating […]

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November 30, 2021
How Should I Cook Pork Butt (Fat Side Up or Down)?

Cooking a pork butt fat side up or down is an age-old debate, but it doesn't have to be that way! We'll take the guesswork out of cooking your next pork butt by looking at what's best for you. If you want to make some pulled pork sandwiches with a nice piece of meat on […]

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November 30, 2021
Grill vs Griddle? Which one is best for you

The question of which is better, a grill or griddle has been debated for years. Often at times, the names are used interchangeably because of the assumption that they are used for the same things. The truth is that there are many similarities and differences between the two appliances. There are so many features to […]

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