As the summer dwindles and the leaves change, festivals start to take place all around the United States. From large fairs to small musical concerts, these events are ideal times for the last weeks of grilling and cooking outdoors before the winter weather moves in. Whether you have your own festival tent or are tailgating in the parking lot, it's ideal to travel with a portable grill that's easy to pack and cook a variety of foods on, such as one from a place like Fire Disc Grills.
27 September 2016
Are you getting married and catering your own wedding? Do you also hate to see good food thrown in the garbage? If you are wondering how you can make sure that none of the food you serve on your big day goes to waste, here are four tips for you. 1. Don't Plan To Feed Everyone On Your Guest List If you've invited 150 people to your wedding and you're planning on feeding 150 people, you're exaggerating how much food you'll need and some of it is going to end up in the trash at the end of the day.
10 May 2016
You've decided to add a gluten-free section to your menu. Before you roll out the changes, though, you should ensure your kitchen is stocked with the right equipment. Here is a look at what you need to do: 1. Replace porous cooking supplies with non-porous ones. If you cook or bake with porous pans or baking sheets, they will absorb some of what you are preparing, and then, these materials may release what they have absorbed into the next thing you make.
2 May 2016
Did you know that pastrami has its own special day? Yup. January 14 is National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day. While you might be surprised to learn a sandwich meat would be deserving of a special day, to its fans, pastrami is definitely worthy of this type of star treatment. But what exactly is pastrami? Is it beef? Is it pork? Many people have no clue exactly what this deli meat really is.
20 April 2016