Ratings, Reviews, And Buying Guides (cont'd)

flannery beef
Many of our favorite restaurants now ship right to your door, but shipping food cross country has to be done carefully. We are especially fond of the... read more
bbq gloves
When it comes to barbecue and grilling, gloves are almost as important as salt and pepper. We use them to handle tongs, hot grates, hot food, and... read more
greasy grill grates
Grease and oils get rancid, particularly in hot weather, and rancid grease on your grill grates can make your food taste bad. Rancid grease on the... read more
The picture here is the potato gratin by Kenji Lopez-Alt from his superb book, The Food Lab, described below. Also below are more of our favorite... read more
thermometers
Nobody knows how many millions of dollars are wasted on overcooked food, but far more importantly, the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates... read more
Wood for Burning
You should be able to get good quality smoke wood locally. Many hardware stores and sporting goods stores sell chunks, chips, and planks. Some... read more
rib rack
Here's a list of tools, equipment, gadgets, and toys that can help make you a better cook. Click here for a list of kitchen tools we love. Click... read more
Smoke types
Set it and forget it. That's the main attraction to electric smokers, and an important one. No lighting charcoal, no checking the fuel supply every... read more
fec1000pc pellet grill and smoker
Bottom line: It's all about control. And convenience. Oh yeah, taste, too. Set it and forget it. Great flavor. No brainer. Pellet burners are a real... read more
the best tools: hands
Sorry folks, you don't need a lot of really expensive toys. You can do just fine with a few inexpensive toys. You don't need ceramic knives, copper... read more

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