• Cooking Beef, Chicken, Lamb & Fish

  • Grilling Salmon

    When grilling salmon, fire up the grill to medium high heat. Sprinkle a pinch of sea salt and freshly ground pepper on fresh or thawed salmon fillets or steaks that have been brushed with butter or olive oil.

    • Fresh vs. Farmed Salmon

      You’ve no doubt heard about the fears surrounding several species of fish, including the potential dangers of eating salmon that is raised on farms.  The general public is often confused about these warnings, especially since doctors are encouraging us to eat more fish and less red meat.  So, is it safe to eat fish such as salmon, despite the health warnings issued by many organizations?  And why is farmed salmon such a concern?

    • Pros and Cons of Buying and Eating Farm Raised Fish

      It's no secret that over-fishing is a major problem. Certain species, like Yellowfin, and some subspecies of Bluefin Tuna have been depleted to the point of being threatened and endangered. Yet, nothing has been done to realistically limit commercial fishing for them.

    • Does Barbecuing Food Really Cause Cancer

      Ignoring the obvious fact that if this were really true, then 95% of the worlds population would be dead by now, we can examine this objectively. Even a cursory examination of the actual evidence should answer the question: Does Barbecuing Food really Cause Cancer?

    • Roasting a Chicken

      Roasting a chicken starts when you place the chicken in the oven. Put the seasoned chicken on top a rack in a roasting pan. Insert a meat thermometer into the thickest part of the chicken without touching the bone.

    • Barbecuing with Wood Chips

      In the modern world, meat is smoked for the enhancement of flavor, rather than preservation, and to this end, many different types of wood have been experimented with.

    • Barbecue Tips And Techniques

      By following these barbecue tips and tricks, you will always have a reasonably successful result. Don't be afraid to experiment to find just the right combination of factors for your perfect barbecue.

    • Cooking a Turkey in a Convection Oven

      As a rule, cooking times will be from 15%-30% less than in a conventional oven, depending on your oven. Also, it is a good idea to reduce the cooking temperatures by 10% or more.

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