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 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: Clean and dress a goat for BBQ

A certified butcher demonstrates how to slaughter and dress a goat for the grill. This step by step guide shows how to go from a live goat to a barbecued goat meal. Watch this video butchering tutorial and learn how to skin, drain, and clean a goat for the BBQ.

How To: Make meatballs using a meat grinder

In this tutorial, we learn how to make meatballs using a meat grinder. To begin, choose three of your favorite types of meat, around six pounds is enough. Trim the meat up and take any bones out. Trim most of the fat off, but you can leave some in, because it will cook out. After this, push all the meat into a meat grinder and place into a large mixing bowl. Next, add in Romano cheese and bread crumbs, then mix together thoroughly. After this, add in an egg and salt and pepper to taste. Mix t...

How To: Prepare BBQ ribs country style

Around here we call them "Jacks Ribs" but typically they are known as Country Style Pork Ribs. They are simple to grill and a great recipe to have on hand if you need a quick and easy meal from the BBQ grill. Although most Rib men describe this cut more as a "chop" than "rib", the pork industry prefers to call them Ribs. So Ribs they are!

How To: Avoid dried out deer using a bbq

In this video, we learn how to avoid dried out deer using a bbq. First, heat up your smoker and add in hickory chips. First, take the deer out of the package and run them under water to clean off. After this, place into a large dish, then rub table salt onto both sides and take the meat out to the smoker. The smoker should be 200 degrees before you place the meat. Place the meat onto the cooking racks and then close the door on the smoker. Check on the meat after one hour and make sure your f...

How To: Make pork tamales in the south Texas style

Tamales are a classic Tex-Mex recipe. You can fill them with nearly anything - this recipe shows you how to make them using tender pork. You will also need chili paste, garlic, cumin, masa harina (for the dough) and corn husks to wrap them in. Make pork tamales in the south Texas style.

How To: Make a cross rib pot roast in a pressure cooker

This recipe shows you how to make an Exquisite Pot Roast in a pressure cooker. For this recipe, you will need the following ingredients: a pot roast, 5 onions, coriander, mustard seeds, and veal stock. In the base of the pressure cooker, brown beef in fat. Remove beef and set it aside. Add in 5 sliced onions. Add in ground coriander and mustard seeds. Sauté. Add in veal stock. When the broth is warm, add in the meat. Carefully, attach the pressure cooker lid. Increase the temperature. Cook fo...

How To: Make Russian beef stroganoff

This simple but stylish variation of the famous Russian classic creates a magical supper in minutes. You will need beef, onion, sunflower oil, butter, mushrooms, flour, soured cream, black pepper, and paprika or cayenne pepper. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a delicious beef stroganoff.

How To: Cook a steak with Gordon Ramsay

The steak should be at room temperature so it will cook quickly and evenly. He heats some oil in the pan until it just starts to smoke and then puts in the steak. Steak should be turned only once during cooking. The Chef demonstrates how to test for rareness by touching the meat and then comparing with spots on the inside of the hand.

How To: Portion a beef tenderloin

BBQTalk shows how to properly portion a whole beef tenderloin. Your beef tenderloin may come already trimmed, but you may have to trim away most of the sinewy silver skin and outside fat yourself. After cutting away the fat and silver skin, a lengthwise natural cut called the cap will be revealed. This cut should come away by hand easily with minimal cutting. This cut is ideal for beef tips and stir frying after trimming. Turn the tenderloin over and trim away any extra fat or silver skin on ...

How To: Make rat meat stir fry

It may sound totally disgusting, but hear us out on this one. Watch this how to video and you will see that rat meat stir fry is a delicacy in Taiwan, where 2008 is the Year of the rat. Rat meat is also said to help mothers recover from pregnancy. Make rat meat stir fry.

How To: Grill Argentine filet mignon

In this video, Steven Raichen demonstrates how to make a quick and delicious meal of Argentine "gaucho grilled" filet mignon with grilled eggplant and peppers. In his travels around the world, Raichen became fascinated with the rich, slightly smoky flavor of steak cooked in the traditonal Argentine method, and decided to find a way to replicate that flavor quickly and easily. To do this , Raichen uses a traditional wood-burning grill from Grillworks (to purchase, contact Grillworks at 202-758...

How To: Cook Jamaican Jerk pork

We are sure you've heard and maybe even had Jamaican jerk chicken, well here is a recipe for jerk pork. The funny thing about Jamaican jerk seasoning is that it goes great with almost any kind of meat. In this cooking how-to video Tracy cooks some authentic Jamaican jerk pork. Follow along and learn how to prepare jerk pork.

How To: Make Santa Maria style BBQ tri-tip

Mr. Paul Righetti teaches us a Santa Maria BBQ tritip lesson. The beauty of Santa Maria Style barbecue is that it delivers big flavors while being relatively easy to prepare. You can even take some flavorful shortcuts with Santa Maria Style Barbecue products by Susie Q,s Brand and Cowboy Flavor, among others. So fire up the grill and let'€™s get started!

How To: Cook a chorizo stuffed pork tenderloin

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook a chorizo stuffed pork tenderloin. To start, you will need to take your pork tenderloin and butterfly it so it is opened up in the middle, but not cut all the way through. From here, you will place several pieces or as much chorizo into it that you want. After this, close it back up and then sprinkle salt and pepper on top of it. Then, grab a string and tie this around the top, middle, and bottom of the pork. Then, bake this in the oven until it's cooked...

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: Cut deer steaks

In this three-part butchering video, learn how to cut deer steaks. Deer steaks are often cut from the lower half of the animal, making the deer steaks less tender than most meats, but enjoyed by many. Fun fact: Many times deer steaks are prepared by being boiled in coffee grounds for an entire day.

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: 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, ...

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