How To: Prepare grilled gammon steaks with pineapple

This video is about how to prepare grilled gammon steaks with pineapple. So the first step that you will have to do is to wash and dry up the gammon steaks. Then put a little bit of alt season in it. Then place a little amount of oil in the pan to prevent the gammon from sticking. After wards, with the use of a pair of scissors, snip the fat edges of the gammon. In a bowl, place a couple of spoonfuls of honey. Then pour the juice of the lemon and a spoonful of mustard as well. Also, add a sma...

How To: Reheat pre-cooked sausage so it's ready fast

In this tutorial, learn how to fake sous vide sausage and reheat it so it's ready when you need it. If you are unsure when your guests will arrive or when you will actually be eating - then use this simple method. By keeping your sausage in boiling water, you will save the flavor and keep it cooked for as long as you need, before you get it onto the plate. Check out this clip for the full details and enjoy!

How To: Tenderize skirt steak

This video demonstrates how to tenderize the skirt steak. For this, the first thing to do is to place the skirt steak on the cutting board. Now with the help of the point side of the meat mallet, start hitting the steak to tenderize it. Once you have thoroughly hit the meat with the mallet for a few minutes, you can stop. What happens here is when you hit the meat with the meat mallet it causes the meat fibers to break up and this makes it more tender. This is the simple process involved in t...

How To: Make coffee-rubbed beef brisket

Lamberts Downtown Barbecue in Austin, Texas, is famous for their smoked coffee-rubbed brisket. Chef Lou Lambert has adapted the recipe for the home kitchen by roasting the brisket rather than smoking it. Easy to assemble and cook, this brisket packs amazing flavor and can be served warm or at room temperature. The coffee rub, carrots and onions add sweetness and depth to the slow-cooked meat. The rub is equally good on chicken, pork tenderloin or ribs.

HowTo: Eat a Human

Every once in a while, we highlight a questionable Faux-To on WonderHowTo. For example, tested false by Mythbusters and others, the tennis ball car break-in method appears to be completely debunk (even though Russell Crow pulls it off in his latest film, "The Next Three Days").

How To: Make delicious beef enchiladas

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Lightly grease a large casserole dish. In a skillet over medium heat, sauté onions until almost translucent. Stir in beef, garlic, and chili peppers, and continue cooking until the meat is no longer pink. Pour in the tomato sauce and chili powder. Mix thoroughly and heat through. Remove from heat.

How To: Trim and prepare a beef tenderloin for cooking

A beef tenderloin can come out dry and tough if not properly prepared. This how to video shows you how to prepare a whole beef tenderloin for smoking in the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. Watch and learn how simple it is to do. Start by removing the surface membranes, the fat and the strip of meat along the side of the tenderloin. Finish up by removing the silver skin which tends to make the meat curl when it cooks.

How To: Trim lamb shoulder

In this video, we learn how to trim a lamb shoulder with Lidia Bastianich. Start off with your raw piece of meat laid out in front of you. You will want to trim the meat around the outside where the most fat lies. Remove the fat that is excessive with a sharp knife. Cut as close to the bone as possible, then trim off the excess fat. Remember, some fat is good to keep on the meat for flavor. Cut the meat into cubes after you have removed the fat from it. Once finished, you will be able to roas...

How To: Make lamb meatballs with Mark Bittman

Meatballs are such a versatile, easy to make dish that you can whip up and serve no matter how busy you are. And there are many varieties: Italian meatballs, Swedish meatballs, etc. If you're feeling rather carnivorous tonight and want to get your fill of delicious meatball goodness, then watch this episode of The Minimalist by Mark Bittman for an easy meatball recipe.

How To: Make a traditional country-style chicken-fried steak

Interested in preparing a traditional-style chicken-fried steak? It's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the cooking process in about seven minutes. For more information, including the full recipe, and to get started making your own chicken-fried steaks, watch this video guide.

How To: Cook the perfect steak without a BBQ grill

Interested in pan-grilling a beefsteak to perfection? With a little bit of patience and the proper technique, it's easier than you'd think! So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the cooking process in about five minutes. For more information, including the full recipe, and to get started grilling your own steaks, watch this video guide.

How To: Cook bacon on an electric stovetop

In this video, we learn how to make bacon on an electric stove top. First, having a large cast iron skillet will give you the best results when set on low then heat up to high. Add grease into the pan to heat that up as well. Next, add in some thick pepper bacon and sear the bacon. After the bacon has sat for a few seconds, flip the strips over and cover the pan with a lid. Covering it will help keep the temperature even throughout the pan. Leave the cover on for about 10 minutes, and check t...

How To: Cook chicken and dumplings

You can't get more traditional than some good old chicken and dumplings. It's hearty and filling and always leaves diners satisfied. And the best part is it's so easy to make! It just takes some common ingredients and a healthy appetite! This video will show you how to cook chicken and dumplings

How To: Cook roast pig tails

Diva Dan provides you with a simple tutorial on how to roast pig tails. Remember, because the meat of the pig tail can turn very tough, you must cook them slowly. Begin by making the sauce you will let the pig tails simmer in for about two hours. In a bowl, mix in corn syrup (at least 3/4 cup to a cup), catchup (1/4 to 1/3 of a cup), Worchestershire sauce (1/4 to 1/3 of a cup), 2 teaspoons ginger, and 1 tablespoon dry mustard. To make it hot, you can add a little hot sauce. For extra flavor, ...

How To: Cure pork loin with salt and smoke

This video takes us through the procedure of curing pork loin with salt and smoke. First step is to submerge the meat completely in a bucket with lots of salt, fennel seeds and pepper corns. Keep it for 12 days at room temperature. After 12 days, the meat will be cured significantly with most of the liquid out. It is even edible at this stage. The next step is to hung it properly for the process of smoking. In order to do that, you have to make some incisions on the meat with a knife and usin...

How To: Cook a perfect crackling pork chop

This video shows you how to prepare a pork chop with perfect crackling. First, you will need to cut the rind, making hash marks along its’ sides. Then, you will need to season it well, with sea salt and crushed back pepper. Place it in the oven with potatoes: they should be clean and quartered. When the pork chop and potatoes are in the oven, you may prepare sweet peas for your side dish. Cook entry until the rind is crispy, and the meat is still moist. Do not over cook. When the pork chops a...

How To: Make smoked sweet pork ribs

Time for an outdoor cookout, so get your grill ready to go, because you're going to make some sweet, smoked pork ribs. If you've never tried grilling pork ribs, you don't know what you're missing, so check out this video recipe for smoked sweet pork ribs.

How To: Make a brisket with Myron Mixon's "hot & fast" method

Use Myron Mixon's "hot and fast" method outlined in this tutorial to learn how to make brisket. You will need Rocky Richmond's all-purpose rub and a piece of brisket. Pat down the rub ensuring that it sticks to the meat properly and be liberal when you put the rub on it. Then, apply mustard to your meat, which adds extra flavor and makes sure the rub adheres. Make sure to rub the mustard in. Then, reapply another coating of the rub. Do this same thing with the other side of the brisket. After...

How To: Make beef jerky from top round slices

Learn how to make beef jerky from top round slices by following a few simple steps. First you'll be cutting beef top round roast into 1/4" strips with the grain. You'll then be shown a selection of spices and sauces necessary to season the meat. After mixing the proper spices and sauces, you'll then add a bit of water to the ingredients so that you can drench the top round slices in the mixture. Once the meat is drenched in the liquid you'll be shown how to put the meat and liquid in a Ziploc...

How To: Eat ants

Tired of the same old snacks? This cheeky treat will be sure to shock your guests. Although, we might not consider ants as a regular food source, they are edible. Plus, anything tastes good with butter and garlic.

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