If you're planning a cookout this summer, you'll need the right outdoor cooking appliance to get the job done. Last week, we asked you which grills you thought were the best
With the summer grilling season upon us, you may be looking for the perfect backyard cooking surface for your next cookout, or you may just have strong opinions on which grills do the best job at helping a skilled cook turn out the best dishes. Whichever it is, we asked you for your picks for the best grills on the market, and you responded. Here are five of the best, based on your nominations.
If you've spent any time in the kitchen, you know how to knife-smash and peel a clove of garlic. But what should you do when a recipe calls for a whole bulb or more? The chefs at Stack Exchange have the answer.
You've probably heard some of these steak cooking tips before: Use the finger test
The summer grilling season is heating up, and if you're thinking about a cookout for the upcoming July 4th holiday, you might be shopping around for a new grill. Alternatively, you may just love the one you used on Memorial Day. Either way, we want to know which backyard grills you think are the best in class.
When you're slicing up meat for a stir fry or cutting it up for a stew, you can make the process a bit easier with one simple trick: Partially freeze the meat first.
If you have an old rice cooker, grab your soldering iron: now's your chance to try the cooking sous vide, a cooking method we love