Tag: Meat

HIS FOOD VS HER FOOD

PICKY EATERS! Few two-people have the same taste in… well, Anything. Food is often a potential battle ground, particularly as we grow older; how we like our meat cooked, to eat meat or not to eat meat, seafood vs yucky fish, allergies, to sugar or not to sugar. Yet often, […]

TOMAHAWK STEAK

Whether you grill a steak on an outdoor grill or a cast iron griddle on your stove, the Tomahawk Steak is the most impressive steak to cook! I use to be intimidated to cook steaks, thought it was a guy thing, until my son, an executive chef who cooks hundreds […]

DOGGIE LOVE DOG FOOD

Dogs are such an important part of families. They now enjoy many aspects of our human life. How bout those Dog Cameras for the owners to check in on them from time to time! But what about their food? We are what we eat, and so it is with our […]

VALENTINE SOLO

Not everyone has a date or a mate for Valentines Day, and for a variety of reasons. Celebrating Love comes in many forms. And since true love first begins with yourself, let’s take a look at a very special evening I have planned for you to celebrate alone. In the […]

TURKEY

November brings to mind many things, but usually in that mix of things, turkey finds its way into our thoughts. I’m not quite sure why they are not readily available throughout the rest of the year because turkey meat is not only delicious, it is an affordable way to food-prep […]

LAMB RIBS

There is no other cut of meat that quite compares to RIBS! Seared on high heat until they crackle and send an intoxicating aroma through out the house, or outside by the grill. The fat that is woven throughout the meat and bones, not only flavors the meat but helps […]

KIBBEH – Stuffed Lamb Meatballs

  Did you know that nearly every cuisine around the world has some type of meatball? Well, in Syria and Lebanon the traditional meatball is KIBBEH.  The common thread between most meatballs is that they have some sort of  grain, or filler in them. What I love about Kibbeh is […]

CHRISTMAS GOOSE

Nothing says “Holiday Feast” quite like a Goose! It’s succulent, dark, flavorful meat makes it a prize hunt for the holidays. While I have never cooked a goose before, I was curious to see if roasting it the way I would roast any large piece of meat would prove noteworthy. It […]