Last Christmas, the fat guy in the red suit brought me a Cabela’s Pro Series electric meat grinder and I’ve been dying to try it out. Cinco de Mayo gave me a great excuse to do that. I turned 4 pounds of boneless pork butt into homemade patty chorizo, but that was just the start of what turned into a really fun grilling idea for the holiday.
Normally I spend my Saint Patrick’s Day hunting leprechauns so I can waterboard the location of their gold out of them, but this year I changed it up by making corned beef with a twist: I brought the fire. Much like celebrities and rehab, mustard and corned beef have a long tradition together. Seeing as how people love themselves some …
What is called “Canadian Bacon” in the U.S. is not the same as the Canadian bacon made by Canucks. Here’s how to make your own American-style Canadian bacon.
Savory Spice Shop’s incredible array of products brings “play” and “food” together in a new way. I visited the shop in Austin and had a blast.
I’ve made corned beef, sausages and pastrami but never did bacon until a couple of weeks ago. The results were fantastic! Once you make your own bacon you’ll never buy its lesser store-bought cousin again.
It’s hard to overstate how good the National Fiery Foods & BBQ Show is for showcasing hot sauce makers who’ve made the leap from amateur to professional. Take Schultz’s Gourmet for example…they know that shows like this one have been key to their success.
Master spice expert John Gregory-Smith scoured the world for recipes featuring interesting spices, and shares his discoveries in this book. Not exactly ground-breaking stuff for chileheads, but accessible and interesting recipes with chile peppers prominently featured in many dishes.