Hot Meat Recipes How-Tos

How To: Make beef jerky in the oven

You are going to cook the meat right on the oven rack so it is a good idea to clean the rack before you get started. The meat you'll need is a top round or brisket, or any kind of beef with a low fat content. Make sure the beef is thin, and place it in the freezer just until it gets stiff, not frozen. Slice it to any size you want and marinade it to whatever flavor you like. Now add Liquid Smoke, Worcestershire sauce, ground pepper, garlic powder, celery salt, and Season-All. Mix all these se...

How To: Cook rib eye steaks on a charcoal barbecue grill

Watch these grillmasters barbecue & cook rib eye steaks. You will need ribeye steaks, large sweet onion, diced celery, scallion, garlic glove, butter/margarine, salt and pepper. Rib eyes are also known a Delmonico steaks and in Australia known as Scotch fillet. This is one of the most tender and juiciest steaks.

How To: Prepare & smoke pork ribs

Smoked pork ribs are a wonderful treat when prepared correctly. In this video, learn how to smoke spare ribs and baby backs, as well as how to prepare, remove the membrane, apply a mustard/rub slather and then smoke them to delectable goodness. Learn how to prepare a delicious main course with help from this video.

How To: Prepare pork loin back ribs for barbecuing

Barbecued pork loin back ribs taste great when prepared properly. In this how to video tutorial we show you how to prepare pork loin back ribs for smoking in the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. Always start by removing the white membrane from the back of the ribs for tender and succulent grilled pork ribs.

How To: Grill Southern Style pork ribs with the BBQ Pit Boys

Ribs are awesome, and there is no one better at grilling them up than the BBQ Pit Boys. In this tutorial, learn how to make Southern style BBQ pork ribs. Also known as country style ribs, this cut of the pork loin from near the shoulder is actually a pork chop. It's very easy to do and is ready to serve in about an hour. These ribs are meaty, tender and full of flavor. Enjoy!

How To: Prepare steak for grilling

Summer Kitchen shows us different ways and options in preparing steaks for grilling. Basics on preparing steak for grilling: Let steak sit at room temperature for at least 30 minutes before grilling to allow for even cooking. Trim excess fat from the steak. Brush the steak with oil and season with kosher or sea salt and ground pepper. For even more flavor, you can also make rubs, glazes or marinades and use them on your steaks before grilling. For a sample rub mixture, you will need: chili po...

How To: Make barbecued beef ribs with a dry rub in the oven

Summer is coming to a close, but that doesn't mean that you still can't make good BBQ! If you are one of those people who don't have a grill and are looking for an alternative to using one, the oven is a great choice! In this great video you will be able to learn what dry rub ingredients she uses and her method for cooking and basting.

How To: Smoke pork ribs Texas style

In this tutorial, we learn how to smoke pork ribs Texas style. First, grab your pork ribs (around 5 lbs) and place into a large baking tin. Next, apply your favorite type of rub to the top and bottom of the meat. Use a lot of the rub and cover the entire piece of meat. When finished, smoke your pork ribs in a hot smoker with water in a pot underneath. Close the door to the smoker and make sure you shut all of your vents. Let the ribs cook and you will know they are finished when the temperatu...

How To: Make Mediterranean beef shish kabobs (skewers)

In this clip, Dede will teach you how to create the Mediterranean staple - shish kabobs! These are basically meat and veggies on sticks and great for grilling. Add these to your summer BBQ menu or make them indoors in the winter. They're great for kids, too! Follow along with this clip and you will learn how to make these handheld treats.

How To: Make venison summer sausage with garlic and peppercorn

To do this sausage you are going to need some venison meat and, preferably, pork, the fat in it helps to bind the sausage. Cut all meat in smaller pieces. Blend tender quick, ground black pepper, garlic powder and ground mustard in a bowl and ad it to the meat before you grind it up. This will mix it better with the meat. After you have grounded the meat, you stuff it into a fiber casing that has been soaking in hot water for about half an hour. Once the casing is stuffed and tied up at the e...

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: 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: 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: 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: 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.

How To: Make SoGoGi JangJoRim (boiled beef and quail eggs)

This video teaches Korean Food cooking just like a Food Channel TV show. In this video we learn how to make SoGoGi JangJoRim or boiled beef and quail eggs. Unlike western technologies, this recipes shows how to first soak hand cut beef in water to remove blood and then to boil the meat with spicy vegetables like hot peppers, green onion, ginger and garlic. After cooking, the meat is removed and shredded while the cooking broth is saved and the veggies are discarded. The shredded meat is added...

How To: Cold smoke sweet hickory country breakfast sausage

This is a two-part video tutorial on cold smoking country style pork sausage. IN part one, the recipe for this sausage is provided. Most of this video's concentration lies on ways the residential sausage maker can reduce his or her hazard exposure. From the video maker: "It is not meant to be taken as more than an introduction to the concepts of where some pathogens may come from and how they might be limited." Part two investigates these hazards, but is deemed: "not a substitution for a HACC...

How To: Cook a rib eye steak dinner with a side salad

Not sure what to make for dinner tonight? In this three part how-to video sequence our guest chef shows you how to cook up some a delicious rib eye steak. Watch as he throws stuff together that you probably already have around the kitchen to make an exquisite dinner. Grab your veggies, spices and steak to create an wholesome meal for your family. Serve up the ribeye steak with a side of pasta and a side salad.

How To: Cook New Zealand rack of lamb

Not sure what to make for dinner tonight? In this three part how-to video sequence our guest chef shows you how to cook up some rack of lamb. Watch as he throws stuff together that you probably already have around the kitchen to make an exquisite dinner. Grab your veggies, spices and lamb to create an Indian and Middle Eastern inspired meal for your family.

How To: Barbecue roast beef on the grill

Rib roast gettin' pricey? Don't fret, try this quick and easy to do, but real tender and moist beef bottom round roast using the simple techniques taught by the BBQ Pit Boys. Watch this how to video to learn how simple it is to fire up the grill and barbecue a roast beef.

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 a sirloin into steaks

In this video, we learn how to cut a sirloin into steaks. Find the two ends to the sirloin and these are the sides you will cut into. The top is the New York cut, which tends to be more tender. Cut off the bone skin with a sharp knife from the very top of the meat. After this is out of the way, flip it to the other end and find the piece that is the flat part of the rump roast. Start by taking this off of the meat by going into the seam that opens up. After this, you will have cut pieces of s...

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 pig's head

Chris Cosentino, executive chef of Incanto and founder of Boccalone, loves to use cuts of offal in his cuisine. Here, Chris uses a razor, a blowtorch, and a carving knife to butcher a whole pig’s head, which he uses to make porchetta di testa (a salami made from the meat and skin from a pig’s head). Squeamish viewers beware: It gets graphic.

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!

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