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Intro to Korean BBQ: Bulgogi

The food truck craze continues to sweep across the country and Korean BBQ is arguably one of the hottest cuisines offered by these mobile kitchens – from Kogi BBQ in Los Angeles to Korilla BBQ in New York City and...

Myth Busting: Basting, Mopping and Spritzing

Have you ever wondering how much, if any, additional flavor you are adding to your food by basting, mopping, or spritzing it during the cooking process?  Today we turn to Meathead of AmazingRibs.com for the inside scoop on these so-called...

Burger of the Month: Grilled Cheese Bacon Jamburger

  During a recent trip to the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, I had the pleasure of experiencing many of the South’s top chefs in action including Kevin Gillespie of Atlanta’s Woodfire Grill and author of Fire in My Belly:...

Smoked Cowboy Ribeye with Rosemary and Fennel Dry Rub

Bone-in ribeyes are by far my favorite cut when it comes to grilling steaks, so I was extremely excited when I had the opportunity to fire up an outstanding 2.5 lb., 28 day dry aged cowboy chop from Washington State’s...

Tips from the Pros: When to Put a Lid on It

If you like it then you better put a lid on it…Here’s Meathead of Amazingribs.com with insight in to when to put your trusty grill lid to work. Most grills come with lids. And it’s a good thing, too. A...

Ring In the New Year with Grilled Beef Wellington

  Looking for something special to grill up this New Year’s Eve?  Here’s Curt McAdams of LiveFireOnline.com with his take on the classic beef wellington, the perfect dish to help ring in the New Year! I hope everyone had a...

How to Smoke the Perfect Prime Rib

  Prime rib is one of those dishes that really makes a holiday dinner table special.  But with such a beautiful roast comes a great responsibility to cook it just right.  As such, we’re turning to VIP blogger extraordinaire Meathead...

Patio Daddio’s Blue Ribbon Burger

  I love me a great burger and this one from John Dawson of PatioDaddioBBQ.com doesn’t disappoint! Last weekend I finally got around to doing something that I’ve been meaning to do for quite a while, and that is to...

Sweet and Savory Holiday Meatballs

The holidays would not be complete around my house without a big ol’ batch of my mom’s “famous” Christmas meatballs.  Both tangy and sweet, these meatballs (or some variation of the recipe below) were quite popular at cocktail parties across...

Cap of Ribeye Steaks with Grilled Mushroom Sauce

When it comes to steaks, the ribeye has always been my favorite…that is until I recently discovered a cut known as the cap of ribeye, ribeye cap, or calotte steak.  Taken from the outer edge of the ribeye (opposite the...