Yeah Yeah, I know how the name sounds but this is an AWESOME tool for anyone that plans on doing any serious grilling, Plus it’s my first product review.
Archive for April, 2012
Anyone that has eaten my cooking probably knows this about me, presentation does not always go hand in hand with flavor. this great recipe is a light version of a mexican burrito relying heavily on the onion, chile and tomatoes to add flavor to this wonderful dinner. Prep time was pretty quick, for me under [...]
Well someone’s grandma’s brisket I’m sure. I don’t ever remember my grandmother making brisket. This relatively inexpensive cut of meat is first seared then submerged in liquid and cooked for hours until it is fork tender. Not quite the same as the BBQ brisket but tender and tasty if done right.
Two styles of cooking that I am extremely passionate about are true barbeque or smoking and Charcuterie - The curing of meats. I love any style of meat that has been slow cooked using low heat and smoke or cured and infused with flavor and spices. For passover this year we made two different types of brisket, [...]
I have made this meal several times and each time I am amazed at how spicy and sweet and succulent it is. Just the right amount of salt, cayenne, bread, protein and vegetables. With a little prep it is easier to make than it looks, is impressive to serve and always manages to please.