Smoke. Mesquite, hickory, apple wood, cherry. Whatever smoke the meat want, the meat gets.
The Vegas Strip cut steak is intriguing...
Tri tip. Black.
I wouldn't want to be ham handed about it but I had a sick ham once. The doctor prescribed some meds and after a week I took my ham back for a check up. "He's cured," said the doc.
I usually access the Serious Eats via a news reader. I then read the articles I want on SE.
What's frustrating to me is that, just barely over a week after I make my first post to Talk, they shut it down.
Just after I start to be more engaged with the site rather than just saving recipes, they switch to Facebook and Twitter. Frankly, my feeds (pardon the pun) on those sites are too cluttered already to add Serious Eats.
These changes make the site less useful to me, not more.
@BeavisPeters: You're completely right. I was one of the ones who asked about Android in the comments on the last issue. I started this thread when I saw the comments were closed on the latest issue post.
@Prawo Jazdy: I've tried the mobile version. It sucks on Android. I have wondered if it works any better on iOS devices.
Having said all this and complained so loudly, I also wonder if this is case of be careful what you wish for. I'd like to see what's in the magazine, which is why I keep bringing it up. But can anyone say the iOS version brings any added value for the price? As BeavisPeters said, the content should be on the site anyway.
I understand your point about catering to the platform the majority of your visitors use. You don't want to lose those eyeballs.
However, when the majority your visitors use a platform which is losing market share you might want to also consider what you need to do to attract more visitors who use the platform with increasing market share.
What, if anything, are you doing to increase the proportion of Android OS visitors?
Perhaps your mobile readers on iOS outnumber Android users because you aren't friendly to Android users? I read the Serious Eats web site on a desktop computer because it's too hard to read on my smartphone or tablet. I don't know what the iOS experience is, but maybe the mobile version is tailored for it?
Count this as another vote for an Android version.
I make a killer hot sauce with ghost peppers, habaneros, and rum.
I hope I'm not too late.
Standard confusion one time in a recipe over Big T = tablespoon and little t = teaspoon.
Grilled with just salt and pepper, finished with a dollop of seasoned butter melting on top.
Wings, pigs in a blanket, buffalo chicken dip, I'm thinking maybe deep-fried bacon-wrapped hot dogs, and assorted liquid refreshments.
Drove 50 miles out of the way (one way) for a hole in the wall BBQ joint while on a 1000+ mile drive.
It was worth it.
I like this recipe and will try it soon. When I make a caprese salad I often use sun dried tomatoes, for a similar reason you oven roast them.
Tomatoes, tomoatoes. Whatever.
I like this recipe and will try it soon. When I make a caprese salad I often use sun dried tomoatoes, for a similar reason you oven roast them.
Pork shoulder in my LA Caja China.
Just one? Bacon.
Sesame oil (I bet you thought I was going to say bacon...).
Rib eye, always always rib eye, with melted garlic butter on top.
Medium rare rib-eye topped with melted garlic butter.
Toasted sesame oil.
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