So, you resolved to lose weight/start exercising/eat better this year, did you? Maybe these recipes will help you make it at least a month…
(Fired Up Newsletter: January 5, 2012)
Try this Lone Star-style dinner of shredded beef with refried beans and rice. Serve with warm corn or flour tortillas. If you still have some room left, finish it off with flan. Goes great with cold beer! (What doesn't?)
Three games, twelve hours, hundreds of clicks on your fantasy team stats. It's football day.
Frying bacon in the morning is a great idea. Just put on a shirt first.
NFL football and state-sanctioned gluttony makes Thanksgiving the manliest holiday of all. Here's a menu to match.
How do grilling experts and pro chefs keep meat moist? With special attention to basting.
You wouldn't build a fence without a level. (Like this dude did.) When you grill, you also want the right tools.
These time-saving wonder devices can make amazing meals, like Johnny's Slow Cooker London Broil, above. But they aren't completely idiot-proof. Here are five things to watch out for:
Touring comedian and frequent David Letterman guest Jake Johannsen talks about cooking for his family, eating on the road, and the treats in the Letterman green room.
Why do so many men take to the slow cooker? To have lunch for the week, to have dinner when they get home...even to get in good with the wife.
The avid cook and Quiet Riot drummer rocks both beets and beats. Even the "musical drive-by" of touring won't stop him from, say, commandeering a foreign kitchen to cook Thanksgiving dinner.
Expert entertainer Ted Allen -- host of Food Network's Chopped and former food expert on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy -- on quizzing dinner party guests, his best summer meals, and why gluten-free can be fall-off-the-bone delicious.
More than 3 in 4 football fans say they'll have friends over to watch a game this season. And when they do, expect plenty of meaty food and beer. Highlights from the survey on ManTestedRecipes.com.
The chef and Food Network host reveals his secret avocado tricks, what he keeps in his freezer, and how to "own it" in your kitchen.
This CEO of Rivet Software, a leader in financial reporting, makes good food a big part of his business.
The CEO of Seattle-based kitchen retailer Sur La Table explains why he isn't allowed to cook in his family kitchen, and names his favorite places to shop for food in Seattle.
Your grill is part of the family, so don't exclude him on Turkey Day. Get outside and make some--or all--of your Thanksgiving feast over open flame.
Joe Cahn has a job we can only dream about--he travels the country visiting tailgates, talking food and football.
You won't believe what they're doing to hot dogs in Cinci.