Which is the better way to grill? We finally found the answer.
To keep your family and neighbors safe at a cookout, keep the hands clean.
Whether you’re cooking in the oven or on the grill, we’ve got you covered.
Some people say you can throw frozen chicken on the grill; others disagree. We settle the great debate.
Used right, butcher’s twine can be the griller’s and the meat smoker’s best friend.
When you don’t want to fill your kitchen with smoke, put that skillet on the gas grill and get cooking out in the yard.
Some say it isn’t smoked meat unless the wood is from Down Under.
With this cooking method, the ribs will grill to perfection and your hands will be free for a cold can of beer instead.
The answer is both “yes” and “no,” depending on the type of charcoal and the magnitude of damage done by the moisture.
Fig wood, a hardwood with a sweet and cinnamony smoke, is ideal for certain kinds of meat.