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: Make a classic chicken piccata

What sounds better than chicken with lemon, parsley and butter? Nothing! And it's called chicken piccata. Danielle Ahern shares this classic recipe, which includes the use of only one sauté pan. Can't beat that. Boneless chicken breasts are pounded thin which results in a quick cooking process. A butter, lemon juice and caper sauce is reduced to a smooth texture and poured gently over the plated dish. Garnish with fresh lemon and parsley and you're done. Great idea for a weeknight when you're...

How To: Cook Thai laab moo pork and rice with Kai

"Laab moo" means pork with spicy seasoning and toasted rice in Thai. It's a quick and delicious dish. You will need pork, green onion, toasted rice, chili, lime leaf, fish sauce, and lime. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to prepare laab moo pork and rice with Thai chef Kai.

How To: Cook a prime rib eye steak on an outdoor grill

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook a prime rib steak on an outdoor grill. Before you begin, heat your grill up for 15-20 minutes. Now, prepare your steak by sprinkling salt and pepper on all sides of it. Now, place the steak on the grill so that it's not directly on the heat. Cook this on both sides, then add two pats of butter on the top of it when it's almost done cooking. Keep grilling the steak until it's to the temperature you prefer. When finished, let the steak sit for 10 minutes, ...

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").

HowTo: Snap, Crackle, & Pop! Burgers

What kid doesn't grow up enjoying a little snap, crackle and pop at the breakfast table? So, when I came across Craftzine's recipe for Rice Krispies burgers, I thought, yummm... why not? After all, it is grilling season. You Will Need:

How To: Make mini hamburgers, aka sliders

Sliders are the new fad of the fast food business, but you don't have to have mini burgers from the grease haven, you can create your own miniature hamburgers at home, with a less toxic flavor. Sliders, simply put, are a little bit of heaven in a bun. Will Gilson from Garden at the Cellar demonstrates his technique for turning out the perfect Slider with 3 simple rules: don't over-work the mix; get the grill nice and hot; and whatever you do, don't press them with a spatula. Treat them right ...

How To: Roast a pig Hawaiian style

This video shows how to throw a Hawaiian pig roast. Remember, the most important part is to drink while you prep the pig and build the fire. Just do not burn yourself or undercook it. The longer you leave it in the ground, the better it is.

How To: Make summer sausage using a domestic oven

This video shows you how to make summer sausage, highlighting the stuffing and cooking operations. The mixing of the meat and vacuum packing is not included. In this version, I use a domestic (residential) oven rather than the wood fired masonry unit in the back yard.

How To: Cook a Porterhouse steak

This video Ben shows us how he cooks a porterhouse steak. He also likes potatoes with the steak. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees and keep your steak out at room temperature. Fist off he sliced the potatoes into sixteen wedges. The potatoes then get placed on a lightly oiled piece of tin foil. Drizzle some butter and garlic on the potatoes right before you place them in the oven. Rinse the steak and pat in dry with a paper towel. Rub salt on one side of the steak, fresh peppercorn and salt on ...

How To: Make grilled Italian sausage and peppers

Craving an easy sausage dish? Then follow along with this cooking how-to video to learn how to make grilled Italian sausages with peppers. Italian sausages are poached to lock in the moisture before being grilled. You'll love how tender and juicy these grilled sausages come out.

How To: Properly braise a lamb shank

This video demonstrates how to prepare Braised Lamb Shanks. To begin, season them with coarse salt and cracked black pepper. In a warm Dutch Oven, heat 2 T. of olive oil. Place shanks in the Dutch Oven. Braise lamb shanks. Brown lamb shanks on all sides. Add celery, mushrooms, carrots, onions, bay leaves, rosemary, additional black pepper, and garlic. Add wine.

How To: Cook a ribeye steak in 1 minute with Gordon Ramsay

According to Gordon Ramsey there are only a few but very important steps to take when cooking a rib eye steak.The first thing to remember is that the tools and seasonings are almost as important as the main dish.You should pick out ingredients that are as fresh as possible such as rosemary,olive oil,salt,pepper,garlic and butter.You can let god quality tools like a knife and griddle do most of your work for you.And lastly you should choose a quality side dish like artichokes to make your rib ...

How To: Choose the best frozen burgers for a Father's Day BBQ

Which frozen burgers are the best to serve for Dad? In this episode of Freezer Burns you will get the lowdown on all the brands of frozen patties. There's nothing tastier than a fresh burger, but frozen ones are often more convenient and last longer. In this video, compare three of the most popular brands so that you can make the tastiest, juiciest and healthiest choice for your papa. All three burgers are put through the Dad Test so you can be sure you pick the right one.

News: This Cow Tongue Looks Delicious

Here's another jewel from Serious Eats series, The Nasty Bits: yummy cow tongue, complete with that lovely texture we all know so well. Though most us likely have a negative visceral reaction to the idea of tongue, Serious Eats make a compelling argument that it is actually one of the tastiest bits of the animal.

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...

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