A vegetarian is a tough specimen to find in Philly but for those few who don’t & won’t partake in the city’s legendary cheesesteak scene, there’s an alternative: the soft pretzel. And in the City Of Brotherly Love, they do pretzels right but you don’t have to go there to get one. You can easily learn the Philly technique at home.
When “The Jerk” Steve Martin came up with Pizza In A Cup, people laughed. But are you laughing at the Grilled Pizza Cone or are you drooling? This simple device cooks pizza dough into a cone shape letting you fill it up then scarf it down with the greatest of ease.
Saying you just ate a buffalo burger or a bison steak sounds pretty badass. But what’s even better is that buffalo is healthier than beef, chicken, and even fish due to its high protein, low fat content. Wild Idea Buffalo Company’s 100-percent grass-fed, hormone- and antibiotic-free meats are even healthier. Wild Idea offers steaks, ground meat, sausages, ribs, even jerky. Source
The Pacific Northwest is salmon country. Up there, the preferred method of preparation is grilling on cedar planks. Regardless of where you live, if you’re a fan of this fish, you should give cedar plank grilling a try. It’s way gourmet & actually easy. We promise.
For every cold quinoa, fennel, and lemon salad or nonfat Greek yogurt you eat to please your lady, you should redeem your manhood by eating something like good ol’ Texas chili Frito pie. It’s classic dude food. Yes, unfortunately it’s the nutritional equivalent of chugging a cup of warm bacon grease, but, come to think of it, the grease could be another one of your ‘revenge’ foods.
If you just open the fridge, yank a cold hot dog out of the package and choke it back raw, you’re not alone. Gross maybe, but certainly not alone. But why not take a slightly more refined approach to your hot dogging? Let our friends at Sunset magazine show you how to turn the ol’ tubesteak into a gourmet delight. C’mon.
Saying jerky is jerky is like saying steak is steak. It just ain’t so. When it comes to beef, it’s all about the quality, the cut, the source—in other words, the details. Field brand makes ‘artisan crafted provisions’ and for their jerky they use only traditional top round cuts of beef and prepare it with no preservatives, no sodium, no MSG, and no sodium nitrate. Right now they offer three naturally awesome recipes: Original, Teriyaki, and Honey Spice.
Bacon makes it better, no doubt. But if you’re talking about creating the ultimate BLT sandwich, you can’t leave it all up to the bacon. Instead of the utterly flavorless pairing of white bread and iceberg lettuce, think gourmet. And if you’re too lazy to think, just click over to this recipe and try to follow along.