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Five International Barbecues to try out at Home

Five International Barbecues to try out at Home

Barbecuing is a tradition in the United States. It draws friends and families together celebrating special events or just enjoying a family meal. Internationally, people of all nations have their version of a Barbecue all resulting in delicious healthy food occasions. Vary your Barbecue experience by trying out one of the Worldwide Barbecue interpretations below. […]

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Easter Food Traditions

Easter Food Traditions

Easter long weekend is almost upon us. Whether you celebrate this holiday within the Christian faith, as part of the Jewish Passover or just as a special time with family and friends, food will be part of the celebrations. There are many different food traditions enjoyed throughout the world. Hot Cross Buns A hot cross […]

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Korean BBQ at Home

Korean BBQ at Home

Korean BBQ is a popular method of grilling meat at the table, on a small grill over charcoal, or a stone hotplate over a gas burner. Thin pieces of meat are quickly seared on both sides, then eaten in one bite, wrapped in a piece of lettuce, accompanied by an array of pickles, sauces and […]

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Brisket a Barbecue Classic

Brisket a Barbecue Classic

Brisket is a comparatively inexpensive cut of meat. It is usually slow cooked over low temperatures. The result is a tender wonderfully flavored meat….a Barbecue Classic! History shows that the brisket has long been part of Jewish cuisine served braised for special holiday fare. Smoked brisket was introduced into Barbecue Restaurants during the 1950’s. However […]

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Global BBQ: Singaporean Meat, Fire & Smoke

Global BBQ: Singaporean Meat, Fire & Smoke

When it comes to international twists on BBQ, most people usually think of Korean Barbecue. But you might be surprised to learn that Barbecue is huge in Singapore.Singaporean Twists on Classic BBQ Traditions   Grilling Outdoors Because most people in Singapore live in small apartments, they don’t have space to BBQ at home and Barbecuing […]

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Celebrities Love to Barbecue too !

Celebrities Love to Barbecue too !

Barbecue. It’s a verb. It’s a noun. It’s an adjective. It’s messy. It’s a Lifestyle for many. But it’s not only for us everyday common joe’s. The hoity-toity like it too! There really aren’t many people that don’t enjoy a good Barbecue. Whether you are an A-list Celebrity or simply a lover of Cooking Outdoors, […]

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Rubs vs Marinades vs Glazes.

Rubs vs Marinades vs Glazes.

The Barbecue season is almost upon us. For some people there is never a Barbecue season – it’s all year! Whichever way you look at it, your Barbecue offerings will be interesting and tasty if you use a dry spice rub, marinade or glaze. Every Barbecue Pit-master has their favorite. However, it is useful to […]

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Essential Outdoor Cooking Tips for 2019

Essential Outdoor Cooking Tips for 2019

Outdoor cooking is becoming increasingly popular because it offers an escape from the daily grind. Although its Barbecue season, many people are not quite sure how to Barbecue. In the end, they often end up with cremated sausages or some of the worst stake in the neighborhood. Some make the mistake of choosing cooking methods […]

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5 Recipes that Can Help Improve Your Health

5 Recipes that Can Help Improve Your Health

When it comes to nutritious eating, finding and creating tasty yet healthy recipes is key for many people. One delicious and nutritious ingredient to add to a variety of dishes: U.S.-grown Montmorency tart cherries, which are abundant in anthocyanins – a natural compound that contributes to the ruby-red color, distinctive sweet-tart taste and is also […]

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Unique Twists on Traditional BBQ Side Dishes

Unique Twists on Traditional BBQ Side Dishes

Summer is right around the corner and it’s time to start planning the menu for all the weekend barbecues with friends and family. Although you’re probably anticipating the return of some classic favorites, now is a great time to experiment with fun new flavors. You may be happily surprised to discover a recipe that will […]

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Throw a Shamrockin’ St. Patrick’s Day Party

Throw a Shamrockin’ St. Patrick’s Day Party

With Irish Classics and Green-Tinted Treats It doesn’t take the Luck o’ the Irish to throw a great St. Patrick’s Day party. These tips and recipes will help you throw a festive celebration you’ll enjoy as much as your guests — including make-ahead corned beef and a minty-green cookie recipe both adults and little leprechauns […]

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Butter Has A Public Relations Crisis

Butter Has A Public Relations Crisis

Butter needs to fire its publicist, agent, and manager. Arguably since the 1950’s, butter has been between a rock and a hard place when it comes to the question of it’s nutritional value. Is it good for me? Is it bad for me? It’s so delicious, do I really care? Yes, you should care. Is […]

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Barbecued Oysters Recipe

Barbecued Oysters Recipe

Grilled oysters and beer is probably the best combo when it comes to appetizers. Not just appetizers, they can be served as a full meal with a bowl of rice, as well. The tang of brine and creamy meat go so well together in your mouth that it will get you swooning in no time. […]

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Chicken Kofta Curry Recipe

Chicken Kofta Curry Recipe

Chicken kofta curry is a special Mughlai cuisine that is popular among the Indians during the festival of Eid. The chicken kofta resembles the meatballs we use in the Italian dish, spaghetti and meatballs. But the chicken kofta by itself has an abundance of flavor oozing out of it. The rich taste of this curry […]

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Next Level Holiday Hosting

Next Level Holiday Hosting

Take Holiday Hosting to the Next Level It can be easy to impress your holiday guests without overdoing it in the kitchen by putting to use recipes that require little time to prep. After all, those precious moments with loved ones are meant for reflection and conversation, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle […]

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BudgetQue: 4 Money-Saving Barbecue Tips

BudgetQue: 4 Money-Saving Barbecue Tips

Barbecuing can be exciting and fun. But it can also be expensive. With that in mind, I’ve put together a short guide to helping you make delectable dishes at a great price. Let’s find out how!   1: Veggieque Not surprisingly, sticking to veggies can be very cost effective. When barbecuing, there are a plethora […]

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