Traditional bacon is made from the belly, but you can DIY cure and turn a cheap pork butt into super flavorful buckboard bacon.
It’s easy to customise your bacon to create fun and delicious flavors, from choc dipped to chili glazed.
Perfect duck will have rendered crispy skin while the meat stays pink and juicy. Here’s how you do it.
Rediscover the art and amazing flavor of real charcoal grilling with this simple but foolproof steak cooking method.
Complex nutty flavors and an epic crust make butter basted steak one of the most luxurious ways to enjoy your beef.
This rustic approach actually protects the delicate meat during cooking for a juicier result.
Learn the simple tricks to nailing the most spectacular crispy, charred steak crust using your grill.
Whether you want to use an oven, stove, smoker, grill or even a slow cooker, I have you covered. Learn how to make pulled pork on any type of cooker.
This year, give the gift they actually want. Perfect gifts for the fire-loving carnivore and BBQ fan – here are my picks for the giving season.
It’s faster, tastier and, frankly, just plain better to cook a bird over charcoal. So why wouldn’t you?! Here’s your guide on how to grill a turkey.
Learning light butchery at home is a great way to make your steak night even more economical. Especially when you’re cutting your own filet mignons!
Rendering your own fat at home is a great way to get the most from your meat purchases, and make your favorite dishes even more delicious.
Can’t think of a great holiday gift for the Carnivore in your life? I have you covered with these nine suggestions that will be sure to please.
Learn the optimal dry aging set up, humidity and temperature, and how to trim and cook it. Here’s everything you need to know about dry aging beef.
Create serious table side drama with the ultimate steak platter. A steak platter is the perfect way to serve and present shareable steaks with style.
Get the ultimate sear to finish your steaks by cooking directly over a chimney full of coals.
Along with taste and texture, appearance plays a part the final score in comp barbecue. Here’s 5 tips to get your competition box looking great.
Learn my top 4 commandments that are essential to achieving a successful brisket cook (plus a few bonus tips).
Learn the tricks to trimming pork ribs into a neatly rectangular rack, perfect for competition barbecue
When a recipe calls for “two zone” grilling, it’s usually because at least one portion of the cooking process requires gentle, indirect heat.
Get ready to grill up this Flintstone-inspired behemoth, it’s easier than you think to cook a Tomahawk.
Kosher salt is an ingredient in most barbecue and general cooking recipes. But what exactly is it, and why is it important to know the difference?
Not all Wagyu is the stuff high dollar price tags are made of. Here’s everything you need to know about Wagyu beef.
There are few single ingredients that are so universally adored as bacon. And the only thing better than bacon is homemade bacon. Curing your
Upon first glance, these flowers look like real varigated roses, but you gotta look at little closer…
For some of us, eating pork isn’t always a delicious experience. Learn exactly what is responsible for that funky barnyard smell…
Timber talk: know your cherry from your oak
From wet to dry, here’s everything you need to know about aging beef.
Do you know your offset from your pellet grill?
Deciphering the fancy cuts at your butcher shop.
Peach paper is the ultimate BBQ accessory right now and no, it’s not made from peaches. But it might just up your smoking meats game.
Because not all ‘cue is created equal.
Join me and a hanging beef carcass to find out where exactly brisket comes from, and how it’s cut.
Hailed as the ultimate way to cook a perfect medium rare steak every time, learn how to cook the Reverse Sear method.