Campfire Cones are the perfect sweet treat for kids of all ages — a great alternative to traditional Campfire Smores. Here’s my favorite Campfire Cones recipe and tasty Smores ideas that work well inside waffle cones. These can be made at home in the oven, on the grill, or on a campfire!
One of my family’s favorite activities is cooking out on our patio. Over the years, we’ve tried a variety of outdoor cookers: gas grills, charcoal grills, ceramic grills, and outdoor ovens. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages. If you’re looking to buy a grill but not sure which one to get, I’m going to outline the pros and cons of some of the best types of outdoor grills to help you choose one that fits your family’s needs.
Wish your George Foreman grill wasn’t such a chore to clean? Here are 3 tricks to make cleaning George Foreman grills super easy. The foil idea is the best!
A super handy reference guide for anyone who spends time in the kitchen cooking and preparing food. I refer to these kitchen shortcuts ALL the time!
The George Foreman name is synonymous with nutritious meals, and the George Foreman rotisseries are no exception. Here are the top 5 reasons to own a George Foreman rotisserie oven.
Not all cuts of beef come out good on the grill. Some are better suited for the crock pot or pressure cooker. All cuts can be tasty and tender if cooked properly.
Considering the season, and the games I’m watching, I thought I’d write about my favorite way to cook brats at a tailgate. I use a brat bath since it helps with a couple of tailgate challenges.
Grilling has 2 seasons:summer and football. Now is the time of year where backyard grillers become parking lot chefs at tailgate parties coast to coast. Before you buy a grill for this tailgate season, here are some things to consider…
Want to be the grill master at home? Here are some of the best tips for getting the most from your grilling experience. Lots of little-known secrets from the pros!
For a guy who’s not into ‘recipes’ or following directions when he cooks, my husband is a pretty good cook! Here’s how Chef Jim likes to mix it up in the kitchen…
The best tips for preparing, cooking, and eating corn-on-the-cob!