Grills Gone Wild I love cooking over wood, live fire, coals and smoke. Grilling is very social—you can have friends over and stand outside and man the grill. It’s the best part about summer. Just in time for the unofficial start of grilling season, here are 12 reasons to fire up that grill, from seafood like scallops,… Read More →
Get Outside & Fire Up That Grill I love cooking over wood, live fire, coals and smoke. Grilling is very social—you can have friends over and stand outside and man the grill. When it comes to equipment, I’m currently obsessed with my Cowboy Cauldron, it’s like a barbecue pit on a tripod. It’s perfect because I can do really… Read More →
Alternatives for the Grill Step away from the traditional burgers and brats, and celebrate the unofficial start of summer with one of these recipes. Grilled lamb is a favorite in my family, it reminds me of little taverns all over Sardinia that serve perfectly charred, herb-infused lamb lollipops. Or get adventurous and try the rich… Read More →
I’ll admit it: I’m a breast guy. I love this yakitori-inspired dish. You can use large mallard, canvasback or goose breasts. From a farmed perspective, go for magret or even large Pekin breasts.
Cooking Alternative Proteins in Texas I have a lot on my plate at this year’s Austin Food & Wine Festival. I’m judging Rock Your Taco, teaching a grilling class called “Head-to-Tail with Tim Love,” and also demonstrating Wild Bird 3 Ways: ducks, pheasant and dove. Hope you enjoy these recipes! Head-to-Tail with Tim Love Kyoto… Read More →
I’m a breast guy. I call this yakitori style because the simmering nage (broth) that you bathe the duck in reminds me of yakitori bars all over Japan. At home we team this dish with steamed Japanese short-grain rice, a cucumber salad with rice wine vinaigrette and grilled asparagus or Chinese broccoli. I love the large magret duck breasts from… Read More →