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Burgers, steak, pizza & pasta ... when you think about it, all of your favorite things to eat are actually pretty simple to cook. And when you learn a few simple tricks in the kitchen, you become the master of your every meal. Whether you're grilling fillets for the boys or whipping up a sizzling scampi on date night, cooking empowers you to make hearty, healthy, even selfish choices. Eat what you want, how you want it. We'll share the secrets and show you how.



Simply Pancakes at werd.com
Simply Pancakes

That annoying British chef with the stupid mop of blond hair loads his pancakes down with stuff like walnuts, organic kiwi, and carob chips, but who really eats that crap? Real men know that the measure of a good pancake is a fluffy consistency and the proper flip. We also know that butter, syrup and sausage are the only necessary accompaniments. So learn how to do it. Right here, right now. Scroll down the page for the recipe in English.

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Huevos Rancheros at werd.com
Huevos Rancheros

You consider yourself a man of the world, right? Okay, well if you’re like the rest of us and still working on it, here’s any easy way to kill a few birds with one stone. Learn how easy it is to make Huevos Rancheros the right way and speak a bit of Spanish, too.

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Sweet & Spicy Chicken Wings at werd.com
Sweet & Spicy Chicken Wings

If every moment in the kitchen feels like you’re trapped in an episode of Chopped, try this simple recipe for the ever-popular chicken wing. These wings are meant to be sweet & spicy, and after a little spice-up, they just pop into the oven for a quick roast. Don’t worry, there are no mystery ingredients to deal with here.

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Homemade Ketchup at werd.com
Homemade Ketchup

Believe it or not ketchup can be homemade. Granted, you ‘d have to be pretty hard up for something to do to go ahead and follow this recipe but we’re trying to set a good example here.

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Simple Bubble Up Pizza at werd.com
Simple Bubble Up Pizza

Don’t let your inability to cook keep you from heating things up in the kitchen. If you can turn on the stove, you’ve got what it takes to make Bubble Up Pizza. And anything with the word pizza in the name is worth a try. Right?

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Holiday Eggnog at werd.com
Holiday Eggnog

Do you want to go big this holiday season? No, we don’t mean “unlocking dead equity” in your home to buy gifts. We mean going big with holiday spirit. If you step up to making your own homemade eggnog you’ll be the biggest holiday hit since The Clapper.

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Bacon & Egg Toast Cups at werd.com
Bacon & Egg Toast Cups

Breaking out your culinary specialty “bacon and eggs” is not going to impress anyone. But follow these simple steps on how to upgrade your recipe and you’ll be on your way to chef-dom. It’s bacon and eggs served in toast cups. Yeah, toast cups. Think you have what it takes?

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Cuban Style Rice and Beans at werd.com
Cuban Style Rice and Beans

If you went to the doctor like you’re supposed to, he’d probably tell you to take a day or two each week and eliminate meat. Especially the good, red, delicious kind. Well, we’ve got an alternative that packs a lot of flavor and a decent dose of protein. What is it? It’s rice and beans, man, Cuban style.

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How To Cook a Perfect Sirloin Steak at werd.com
How To Cook a Perfect Sirloin Steak

Even though it can get a little bloody, cooking steak is not brain surgery. In fact it’s about as easy as cooking gets. But cooking the perfect steak? That takes not just meat & heat but technique. Check this tutorial and recipe out. (Click “view recipe” below)

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Grilled Sirloin Sliders with Smoked Bacon at werd.com
Grilled Sirloin Sliders with Smoked Bacon

Who came up with the term “sliders” for mini burgers anyway? When’s the last time a slab of beef slid down your throat? Okay, you see what we mean? They should be called “hand grenades” or “burger bombs” (especially when they’re stacked with bacon). Call them anything but sliders.

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