Try These Savory Puddings Next Time You'Re At An English Style Pub

Posted on: 14 January 2016

If your experience with pudding is limited to banana or chocolate pudding, then you are in for a treat. There are some delicious, savory puddings to experience. England, Scotland, and Ireland are particularly famous for their savory puddings. These savory puddings are meant to be eaten as an entrée, not as a dessert. They are not made with sugar, chocolate, or fruits. Instead, they tend to be made with meat, although one famous pudding on the list is suitable for a vegetarian. [Read More]

Three Delicious Dry Rub Chicken Recipes

Posted on: 4 December 2015

When it comes to wings, some prefer them saucy, while others prefer a dry rub. If you fall into the dry rub camp, you'll love these flavorful chicken wing recipes which can be made in the oven. Mix up a batch or two the next time you're feeling like wings but don't feel like battling the crowd at your local restaurant. Spicy Chili Ginger Wings If you like a hint of spice without overwhelming fire, try these chili ginger wings. [Read More]

Tips For Building The Perfect Pizza Crust At Home

Posted on: 22 October 2015

Whether you're ordering pizza online or you're looking to make a great pizza at home, it's important that you understand the role that crust plays in the process. The right crust can make or break the final product. Luckily, getting the perfect pizza crust isn't as complicated as you think. Here are a few tips to help you create a flavorful pizza crust that's light and airy inside with a perfect crispy texture outside. [Read More]

3 Tips For Creating The Best Burgers You've Ever Made

Posted on: 21 September 2015

If you're like most people, you have made burgers in your home before. However, with the right tips, you can make burgers that makes everyone wonder if you bought them in a restaurant. Here are some burger-making tips that will get everyone excited. Grind the Beef Yourself Buying ground beef in the supermarket is probably something that isn't new to you, but the next time you want to cook burgers, skip right over the ground beef section of the store. [Read More]