There's something aesthetically pleasing about a perfectly formed hamburger patty; especially when it has those little symmetrical grill marks. However, it turns out that smashing your patty during the cooking process actually imparts more flavour. Check out the video to see how it's done.
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At Lifehacker, we consider every day of the year to be International Burger Day. But May 28 is the official day of celebration for burger connoisseurs. To make the occasion, we've assembled some of our tastiest burger posts for you to snack on. Whether you want to know how to make your own McDonald's special sauce or revisit the colon-throttling horror of the "Colonel's McWhopper", you'll find it all here.
Every non-meat eater knows how limited the options can be during a barbecue. But next time, you aren't going to be stuck with a dry Boca burger or the leftover veggies from kabobs. No, this year you're going to chow down on vegetarian pulled "pork" -- and you're going to enjoy it. All you need is one key ingredient: Jackfruit.
Like boxed wine, canned wine is looked down upon by wine snobs, but that shouldn't stop us regular folks from enjoying it. Canned wine is actually a much more convenient option for all your outdoor drinking than bottled, or even boxed, wine.
Here in Australia we love a good, juicy T-Bone, rump or sirloin -- but did you know there are many more cuts beloved in other parts of the world? From the Onglet or "Butcher's Cut" to the Flat Iron and Skirt Steak, there are tons of cuts available to match every barbecue occasion. In this guide, we look at 23 different cuts of beef in detail and explain everything you need to know about cooking the perfect steak.
Before the advent of electricity, there were no refrigerators or deep freezers. There were no gas grills or microwave ovens. There were smokehouses! Food smoking is one of the oldest methods used to cook and preserve meat and it isn’t going anywhere. If you're keen to create your own smoked delicacies here are some tips to get you started.
Grilling meat like sausages can be tricky -- you want that delicious caramelization on the outside, but still want juicy, succulent meat inside. The Kitchn has a simple solution: poach your sausages before throwing them on the grill. It's key to keeping them juicy and getting a perfect char every time.