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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.



Coffee Rubbed Cheeseburgers with Texas Barbeque Sauce at werd.com
Coffee Rubbed Cheeseburgers with Texas Barbeque Sauce

If you have high blood pressure or hemorrhoids, you’ll probably want to stay away from coffee-rubbed barbecue burgers. But if mentioning ’roids twice hasn’t caused you to lose your appetite already, this is a recipe you’ll honestly want to try.

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Oven Baked Chicken Wings with Sweet BBQ Sauce at werd.com
Oven Baked Chicken Wings with Sweet BBQ Sauce

Where has your lifelong love affair with the microwave gotten you? Now is the time to break out  and really start cooking. Ain’t no thing but a chicken wing.

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Lamb Kebab Sliders at werd.com
Lamb Kebab Sliders

Unless you wear a white chef’s coat at your day job, lamb is not an item on most guys’ grocery list, but there’s no reason it shouldn’t be. Lamb is as easy to prepare as any of its four-legged fellows. This recipe for lamb kebab sliders turn the somewhat exotic meat into certified dude food while a simple but savory coriander mint mayo adds gourmet flair.

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Chicken Fried Steak with Country Gravy at werd.com
Chicken Fried Steak with Country Gravy

Nobody eats chicken fried steak because it’s healthy. We eat it because it’s fried in boiling oil and this age-old technique makes just about everything taste amazing. Equally amazing is how simple chicken fried steak is to prepare. And if you’ve never fried beef, give it a go.

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Make Your Own Restaurant Style Salsa at werd.com
Make Your Own Restaurant Style Salsa

Yes, making your own homemade salsa is a bit more involved than pouring it out of a jar, but not much. In terms of difficulty and prep time, it’s on par with making a sandwich, so why not give it a shot? You’ll eliminate preservatives, loads of sodium, and come off like a real pro when the chips get dipped.

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Root Beer Pulled Pork Sandwich at werd.com
Root Beer Pulled Pork Sandwich

Dude, this is you. We found a recipe for the bomb-ass pulled pork sandwich. We knew you’d be down because this recipe has just three ingredients: pork, root beer, and barbecue sauce. After a few hours marinating in root beer, the pulled pork just melts in your mouth. Trust us on this one.

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BBQ Chicken Kebabs at werd.com
BBQ Chicken Kebabs

Right up there with the trusty old grilled cheese and the fried egg, chicken kebabs rank as one of the easiest things to make in the kitchen. But if knowing that making killer kebabs is as easy as boiling water doesn’t excite you, perhaps you should also know this recipe includes “bacon paste.”

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BBQ Grilled Shrimp at werd.com
BBQ Grilled Shrimp

Shrimp on the barbie? We’re not talking about your 5-foot-tall friend hooking up with a blond Amazon, we’re talkin’ about the pinnacle of summer grilling: seafood. Get your grill skills in order before Labor Day, man. Try this epic recipe for barbied shrimp and see for yourself.  It’s good.

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Thai Grilled Chicken at werd.com
Thai Grilled Chicken

If your chicken is usually cooked by Colonel Sanders, you need to step up your game, bird. F-KFC. And instead of the heart-clog, deep-fry drive-thru, grill your own. Get creative. Don’t just take our word for it, let Grill Master/Author Steven Raichlen show you how to do Thai Grilled Chicken properly.

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The Denver Burger at werd.com
The Denver Burger

There’s only one down side to waking up at noon. To eat breakfast or lunch? The Denver burger splits the difference. It’s a traditional burger topped with Wisconsin cheddar, and topped again, with a Swiss-cheese demi-omelette. Yeah …  a burger with an omelet on top. And that’s not all, click below to read the rest of the recipe.

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