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: Brine pork and poultry with the Food Network

Today we learn how to brine pork and poultry with the Food Network. You only need to have salt and water to make your brine for your pork. First you need to grind up your salt into a fine powder, which will make dissolving easier. Now dissolve your salt into your water. Complete submersion is very important when soaking your meat. If you're soaking a turkey or a goose use a cooler for full submersion. Let it soak for ten hours. Now your cuts of meat will be more juicy and tasty.

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: Roast a Pig on a Spit

Why settle on just pork chops or ribs when you can string up the entire pig? Serious Eats posts an great slide show on roasting a whole pig, from materials to the process to the perfect pig roastin' sauce.

How To: Make stuffed poblano peppers with Guy Fieri

The stuffed pepper is one of the most many-splendoured dishes that southwestern cooking has given the world. No matter what pepper or what stuffing material you use, they are almost always delicious as long as you avoid overcooking them and allowing them to become soggy. Guy Fieri would never let something like that happen, and here teaches us how to make a chorizo and shrimp version that is hearty, complex, and delicious.

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: Remove the back membrane from pork ribs

Grill and barbecue pit masters remove the membrane from their pork loin ribs, Baby Back, and Spare ribs so that their dry rub and sauce will permeate the meat, and produce a real tender rib. Watch this how to video as one of the BBQ Pit Boys show you the tips and tricks on how it's done.

How To: Pan fry sirloin steak with the BBC

In this video, from BBCFood, Chef Barney Desmazery shows us how to pan fry a sirloin steak to medium-rare perfection. First, of course, you need some sirloin steak, about 150 grams per portion. Look for a piece of steak that has some nice marbling of fat and nice color. The pan-frying method we're using to cook this sirloin steak can be applied to any piece of meat. You'll need a dry pan. Rub a bit of oil on the steak, and then add some salt (preferably sea salt) and pepper on both sides. Nex...

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: Grill pork tenderloin & baby back ribs with Lowe's

Grilling baby back ribs to perfection has just been introduced with this Step by Step Project from Lowe's. Here you'll find the web address for some printable ideas and tips for grilling. You'll also get easy and great recommendations for cooking pork on the grill. Need to know how to arrange the charcoal on the grate for optimal cooking? Do you know what the internal temperature should be when grilling baby back ribs? The answers are in this short video. Happy grilling!

How To: Make Argentinian matambre, stuffed flank steak

Mark Bittman shows us how to make Matambre, an Argentine dish, also known as Stuffed Flank Steak. Take a piece of flank steak and make a shallow cut about halfway down the thickness of the meat, and two perpendicular cuts on either end, then open it up into a large thin piece of meat. Lay it out and sprinkle it with salt, cumin, oregano and garlic. Add some carrot sticks, olives, pieces of onion, parsley, cilantro and watercress. Carefully roll it up into a long roll and secure it with twine.

How To: Make roulade

Roulade is a pork loin that is rolled around or stuffed with a fruity nutty mixture. This dish is not difficult to make but will seem like it is. The mixture is rolled and tied off in the meat and then a simple and sweet basting sauce can be cooked up in minutes to make this dynamic meal.

How To: Make Colombian tamales

Marlina Richardson teaches how to make traditional Columbian tamales in simple steps. Spread out some of the paste on a leaf and add some rice in its center. Add a piece of pork, chicken, egg, some slices of carrots and potatoes and some more paste. Now fold the leaf carefully and tie it up, repeat the same process to make more of them. Finally cook it well and serve hot.

How To: Make Indian shami kabab

Do you like Indian food? Come on along and learn how to make an authentic Indian Shammi Kabob. Simple and delicious! How to make an Indian Shammi Kabob: Add a little oil to your pan, for cooking the meat. Add your spice and chopped onion, and salt. Add ginger paste, and green chilies. Add mint. Add boneless lamb cut into pieces. (You may substitute beef, chicken, or any other meat of your choice. )Add turmeric Allow meat to cook until it is tender, and all moisture evaporated. After your meat...

How To: Make hyderabadi mutton biryani

Hyderabadi biryani is world famous and in this video Chef Sanjay shows you how to make a mutton (lamb) version of this Indian dish. It's a layered dish that takes time but comes out delicious! Sanjay recommends adding some ginger garlic paste when marinating the lamb.

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: 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, ...

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!

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