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  • The 3 Grill Issues That Could Ruin Your Cooking This Summer

    A clean grill means that dirt and debris aren’t stealing heat from your food. For the most efficient and successful outdoor cooking this summer,  Read Full Article

  • 10 Steps To Grilling Taught In Culinary College

    I've been telling you for years that ALL cooking comes from step-by-step repeatable methods, not recipes. This is true for grilling as well. When I  Read Full Article

  • Sticky Grilled Fish Change The Method Not The Food

    Because white fish filets are so delicate and your barbeque is so intense, when the two meet the result is burned, dry fish that is  Read Full Article

  • You'll Have Barbeque Sauce All Summer With Home Canning

    I’ve been making my own barbeque sauce since I was a kid, it's a really easy sauce to make, but it caused conflict in my  Read Full Article

  • The 5 Best Reasons Why Cooking Makes Me Happy

    Some people see cooking as a chore and they dread having to do it. Others may have magierocophobia, the fear of cooking  Read Full Article

  • The Top Food Topics Of The Year So Far

    Today is day 183 of the year. Look over your shoulder at a calendar and you'll discover that the half-way point occurred yesterday. It's the  Read Full Article

  • The Creamiest Cheese Sauce Starts With Bechamel

    I'm asked a LOT of cooking questions, many of them about failed cheese sauce. Every day I'm reminded of the confusion that abounds about cooking  Read Full Article

  • 5 Child Kitchen Wonders To Grow A Better Adult

    If you were a child before the mid 1970s, your Mom probably cooked dinner just about every night of the week. In your home, the  Read Full Article

  • The 7 Reasons Women LOVE a Man That Can Cook

    "Thanks Chef Todd, your cooking lessons got me laid last night" is an actual comment I received from one of my students. It's not one  Read Full Article

  • The Recipe That Will Ruin Your Cooking

    There's a recipe out there that will ruin your ability to cook. It's lurking in one of those many, many, many recipe books you've been  Read Full Article