"Cooking" Blogs & Blog Posts

Food FlirtFood Flirt

Food adventures at home and on the road with international award winning au...

 
Fire FoodFire Food

Techniques and recipes for cooking with fire

 
Oh No I've Run Out Of...Oh No I've Run Out Of...

Recipes from a woman on a tight schedule

 
Food SensationsFood Sensations

I'm no chef and certainly not a professional cook, but I bake and cook...

 
and then I do the dishesand then I do the dishes

A blog about food kept up by a full-time mom of three, with one too many ho...

 
The Headless CookThe Headless Cook

Cooking from scratch, exploring new recipes, and enjoying the kitchen!

 
An Herbal BedfellowAn Herbal Bedfellow

This is a blog about cooking healthy, low fat meals using herbs. Also lots ...

 


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Expect to pay more for burgers and beer. Fortunately, some picnic favorites — like fresh tomatoes and pretzels — aren't seeing big price increases.

It’s grilling season, and I—along with my fellow BBQ Dads (a genderless title)—are ready to grill for you. Gathering people to the yard so they may gaze upon expertly smoked meats is our favorite past time and, though we aren’t in it for the...

Rubs and rubbing rubs on meat are an important part of barbecuing. The mix of seasonings and spices is meant to stick to the meat’s surface, where it will hopefully dissolve a bit and help form the much-desired bark (a mix of spices, meat protein,...

I've been cutting peppers in a way that closely resembles the chef's method. It's a great way to neatly cut the pepper into strips and not have to deal with the mess of getting seeds stuck to the Pepper. As Chef Kelly Scott says in her comments you c...

Grilling can be intimidating. It tends to be fairly male-dominated, though I will say that BBQ dudes are much more chill, welcoming, and helpful than sous-vide dudes, who tend to be pedantic and slightly unhinged. But community aside, it can be hard...

Cookout season is finally upon us—but with all the fun of cooking and eating outdoors comes additional food safety concerns. You’ve probably eyed a creamy potato salad and intuitively known it’s probably not ideal for it to be sitting out in th...

Seasoning is obviously a very important part of cooking, second only to temperature control (and that’s debatable in some instances). It doesn’t just make food taste salty, it makes food taste, period. When to season and how much to season are th...