Scorched meat, over-marinated steak and just plain old over-fussiness can wreck a perfectly good cookout. Top chefs at the Atlanta Food and Wine Festival are here to help solve your grilling woes so you can have more time to hang out with your friends and family.
Be sure to catch up on the rest of our father-friendly tips to help you and the old man celebrate all weekend long.
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– Five Things My Father Taught Me in the Kitchen
– Toast Dad with these wines
– Up your grilling game
– Red hot grilling tips from Eatocracy readers
– Lobster roll 101
– Grate balls of fire? Not on our watch.
– Best burger-friendly wines
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Always fun to listen to a documentary for instruction when they all contridict one another....Who's on first!
That video was not at all helpful. There was a lot of talk of common mistakes at-home chefs make, but little-to-no "tips, as you call it, on how to correct those mistakes.
That video was a waste of time. Actually, every-time I click on an Eatocracy link it sucks.
Place brat on pokey metal stick. Hold over burning wood in a fire pit or grill, wait, throw in a bun with condiments of choice, eat. Is this really that hard folks?
Tenting with tin foil. I always wrap my meat or chicken in foil for up to 10 minutes after grilling. The heated molecules are all excited and want to jump out when you cut into your bbq, so the juices just run out faster. Give them time to slow down in the foil, it is a moist heat and can even save burnt parts to a good degree. Try it!
I don't understand the science or mechanics, but this does work. I love to eat a good steak straight off the grill and onto the plate while it's still piping hot, but covering that same steak in foil and letting it sit for about 15 to 20 minutes before serving it sure does produce a very unique flavor and tenderness in the beef.
Funny that these days it doesn't make a crap what mistakes idiots make when they cook. The real mistakes are the so-called father's that are getting undeserved respect for the shytty jobs they are doing in parenting in modern society!
The first mistake in being a poor father is tolerating ingrates. I brought you into this world, and I can take you out. don't forget it.
A blue moon beer, a bj from gf and a ribeye steak at the same. HEAVEN!
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I put wood chips in an aluminum pan on high until they start to smoke. Then I sear both sides on high for about trwo minutes per side. This helps to seal in the juices. Reduce flame by half and cook both sides about six-seven minutes per side for medium rare. Rubs are OK, but they sometimes overpower the natural taste of the meat. In lieu of tracking time, use a large fork on the up side of the meat and cook until juice from the fork pr!ck runs clear.
poke it with a fork and you lose your juices!! never ever pierce a steak once it starts cooking. i don't pierce ANY meat once it starts cooking!! only with the thermometer and chicken. sounds like you're using a gas grill. might as well broil them!
Those chefs were dumb, I've forgotten more about grilling thermal dynamics than these clowns could ever dream !
Blame the way it was edited. Editing can make anybody look like a fool or ignoramus.
I'm with Joe, where's the party?
Get grill hot put on steak depending on thicknes wait about a mi turn steak over cook till med rare take off grill . I want to taste the beef not the pepper onions mushrooms or garlic.
That program was worthless. Each chef had a different, conflicting comment. Most were just griping that people are lazy or stupid. I did not learn a thing about better grilling!
Totally agree. Some were like: "Your grills are too hot." Others said: "Biggest mistake is not getting your grills hot enough." Good grief...
Drink lots of beer while you grill and the food will always be good.
Provided it's good beer.
Right on sir; right on
misteak #1 - grilling a steak. all the fat drips off into the fire. this fathers day, get yourself a bone-in ribeye, massage it with olive oil, and do it in a balzing hot pan - sear it till it gets a nice dark crust, flip it and cook a few minutes more, then move it to a plate. while its resting for a few minutes, saute some crushed garlic in the pan juices, then pour it off over the steak. accompany with grilled vegetables and a bold, tannic, red wine. it might shorten your lifespan by 2-3 years, but it will be worth it!
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People dont put enough salt on before grilling. They sprinkle a little salt to taste as if it was already cooked, thats not how food science works, the salt creates the restaurant style crust. Without enough salt to pull out the fats and create a protective crust you are just scorching the fibrous tissue of the meat which tastes bad and burns the food.
Best burger you can make: shred some smoked gouda, and mix it into the ground beef and form that into patties. WAY better than just putting a slice of American cheese on it.
I've had that recently and it's amazing!
Sometimes just coarse sea salt and cracked black pepper will give you better results (for a steak) than rubs or marinades.
That's the only two things I put on my steaks and they are wonderful that way. Lets the real flavor of the steak come out.
I agree with Dover. Salt and pepper is simple, yet effective. It's nearly impossible to mess that up. I use coarse Kosher salt (better for rubbing) and pepper near the end of cooking. A small amount of olive oil works well for less stick and more color.
I prefer Kosher salt myself. :)
I concur. Simplicity is overlooked sometimes.
Digging the T-Bone, by the way. MMMmmmmmm!!! T. Bone. My favorite letter and activity.
Though we can go without the corn-hole.
Boo-yah!!! Jdizzle in da house!
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