Tue, 3 July 2018
A quick episode today...I want to encourage you all to use indirect cooking for your bbq's. The cost of meat these days is nuts! Why burn or overcook it? Just use the simple indirect cooking method.
I have sadly seen so many bbq's go bad in recent years because of people using sticky, sugar-laden marinades and sauces and leaving meat on the direct heat too long.
By creating an indirect cooking area on your charcoal or gas grill you can sear and mark your items then finish them to proper desired internal temp without burning them.
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I hope you enjoy the 4th of July holiday!
Mon, 2 July 2018
On today's show, I feature a video and recipe from my online course Food Storage Feast that is popular with students and so delicious.
This buttery toasty cornbread is more like cake than bread, very rich satisfying and the best part-moist!
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This buttery toasty cornbread is rather easy to make except for cooking the corn in butter. Aside from that is is rather standard.
This is the perfect dish to bring to a 4th of July picnic as it's rather unique and it features corn, a staple of summer. Remember the farmers say "knee high by the 4th of July" a reference to corn.
Your local corn might not be ready yet, but you can get organic frozen corn for this. PLEASE use organic stone ground cornmeal at all costs.