Great grilled chicken isn't hard, you just have to keep a few tips in mind.
Some great crostini I made after picking my own tomatoes and other veggies at a local farm. I also made an awesome roasted eggplant, goat cheese and prosciutto crostini.
In a recent interview with Zap2It, Food Network's Alton Brown took a swipe at the Travel Channel's "Man vs. Food" calling it an example of "gluttony" and "wasteful". A lot of people think it's a great show, but does he have a point?
I know, I know. It's actually in September (those wacky Germans). But I'm seeing a lot of Oktoberfest beers in the stores right now. Which ones are good? And which should I stay away from? Any favorites out there? Would love to hear your feedback!
The FDA is considering approval for a genetically modified salmon. A company has developed a way to alter the DNA of salmon so they grow bigger, faster. The idea being, this will make salmon cheaper for the consumer. But is it safe? And more importantly, would you eat it? What do you think, should the FDA give it the green light?
Great recipe I tried from Bobby Flay's "Boy Meets Grill". Looks awesome, tastes even better.
How do you get your kids to eat the lunches you send in with them to school? Do you just go with a sandwich or do you go the extra mile and do something different? And most importantly, do they eat it?!
These are home-made cheddar sliders with caramelized onions. I ground the beef myself using my Cuisinart. Great tip for Labor Day weekend for folks looking for something a little different. And super easy!
My (sorry) attempt at Bobby Flay's version.
A great grilled flatbread recipe.
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