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Andrew Zimmern's Tips for Grilling Steak

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Tips for Grilling Steak

Tips for Grilling Steak Here are a few things to keep in mind next time you fire up the grill. When deciding what cut to buy, remember that cooking meat on the bone always imparts more flavor. The flavor of the roasting bones penetrates the flesh in a way that adds immeasurable benefit to your food,…  Read More

7 Easy Tips for Grilling

Don’t Forget the Oil Spray oil is really handy for both cleaning your grill and for applying a thin coat of oil to the grill grates before you put a piece of fish or chicken down. I use PAM Cooking Spray or canola oil all of the time when I’m grilling. I usually give a…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Grilling Guide

Download Andrew Zimmern’s Grilling Guide

It’s time to take your grilling game to the next level. Whether you’re a seasoned grill master or an amateur backyard barbecue enthusiast, a little inspiration for the season can’t hurt. Sign up for my newsletter and receive my free grilling guide, including exclusive recipes and tips for cooking with fire. Once your subscription is…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Grilling with Fruitwood & Charcoal

Tips for Grilling with Fruitwood & Charcoal We received a lot of questions about using charcoal, wood chips and wood chunks. I prefer to use natural hardwood charcoal, lit in a charcoal chimney without lighter fluid. I use fruitwood, such as cherry or apple, when grilling or smoking chicken, fish or fruit. Soak wood chips…  Read More

Tips for Making Fantastic Burgers

Up Your Burger Game The hamburger is a cultural constant in this country, the most iconic of American foods that defines us in many ways. It’s proletariat, it’s a kids meal, it’s high-end luxury food. And it’s one of my favorite things to eat. Now that summer is in full swing, it’s time to perfect…  Read More

Go Fork Yourself: Grilling

Grilling Molly Grills Andrew on Grilling This week on Go Fork Yourself, we’ve got grilling on our minds at Food Works HQ. Molly outs Andrew for his texting addiction, they explain why meat glue isn’t as bad as it sounds, and Andrew shares his tips and tricks for the perfect burger. Questions We want to…  Read More

Go Fork Yourself: Grilling

Grilling Molly Grills Andrew on Grilling This week on Go Fork Yourself, we’ve got grilling on our minds at Food Works HQ. Molly outs Andrew for his texting addiction, they explain why meat glue isn’t as bad as it sounds, and Andrew shares his tips and tricks for the perfect burger. Questions We want to…  Read More

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Download Andrew Zimmern’s Guide to Better Burgers

It’s time to take your burgers to the next level. Think you make the best burgers on the block? There’s always room for improvement. Sign up for my newsletter and receive my free guide for building a better burger, including exclusive recipes and tips for grilling, griddling and grinding your own beef blend. Subscribe to…  Read More

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The Best Recipes for a Memorial Day Barbecue

15 recipes for a Memorial Day Barbecue From grilled salads and classic fried chicken to easy homemade baked beans and an ultra-moist angel food cake, here are 15 ways to welcome summer.   • 7 Easy Tips for Grilling • Grills Gone Wild • Up Your Salsa Game    

5 Questions: Joe Carroll

Feeding the Fire When Joe Carroll opened Brooklyn’s Fette Sau in 2007, he was among the very first pioneers to bring legit barbecue to New York City. A couple years ago, the New Jersey-native expanded his operation to Philadelphia, adding a second Fette Sau to his roster of restaurants (which also includes the neighborhood steakhouse…  Read More

10 Easy Ways to Use Andrew Zimmern’s New Spice Blends

Seasoned Breadcrumbs 4 cups of day-old Italian bread, torn into chunks 3 tablespoons Badia seasoning mix 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon finely grated lemon zest (zest of one lemon) Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. In a food processor, pulse the bread with the Badia seasoning, olive oil, and lemon zest until…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Grilled Sardines

8 Essential Grilled Seafood Recipes

Tips & Recipes for the Best Grilled Seafood Grilling seafood is the one of the most delicious ways to eat what comes out of the water, but it’s like kissing a porcupine, it has to be done very, very carefully. Technique is everything. Here are a few tips for success: • Use grill baskets and nonstick perforated…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Pineapple Glazed Ribs

Pineapple-Glazed Baby Back Ribs

Pineapple-Glazed Ribs By Andrew Zimmern Fresh cilantro and tart-sweet pineapple give these baby back ribs a unique flavor that’s hard to resist.

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12 Grill Recipes for Memorial Day

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

5 Questions: Brady Lowe

Heritage Hog Renaissance As the founder of the pork-centric culinary competition Cochon 555, Brady Lowe is on a mission to remind us what true pork tastes like. In each of the 10 cities on the annual tour, Cochon 555 showcases five chefs, five heritage breed pigs and five winemakers to promote breed diversity and whole animal…  Read More

5 Questions: Michael White

Building an Empire As the culinary mastermind behind the much-lauded Ai Fiori, Marea, Osteria Morini and Nicoletta (a new East Village pizzeria), this Wisconsin transplant has become NYC’s unofficial ambassador of soulful Italian cuisine. We chat with Michael about Italy’s allure, Midwestern hospitality and what’s on the menu for the Altamarea Group in 2013. AndrewZimmern.com: What experiences led…  Read More

5 Questions: Michael White

Building an Empire As the culinary mastermind behind the much-lauded Ai Fiori, Marea, Osteria Morini and Nicoletta (a new East Village pizzeria), this Wisconsin transplant has become NYC’s unofficial ambassador of soulful Italian cuisine. We chat with Michael about Italy’s allure, Midwestern hospitality and what’s on the menu for the Altamarea Group in 2013. AndrewZimmern.com: What experiences led…  Read More

5 Questions: Ardie Davis

Kansas City’s Barbecue Guru Ardie Davis, PhB (doctorate in barbecue philosophy), founded the American Royal BBQ Sauce, Rub and Baste Contest, has written nine barbecue cookbooks and is a backyard meat-smokin’ professional. We chat with Ardie about the country’s best barbecue, the competition trail and tips for championship-quality ribs. For your own taste, head to the American…  Read More

5 Questions: Ardie Davis

Kansas City’s Barbecue Guru Ardie Davis, PhB (doctorate in barbecue philosophy), founded the American Royal BBQ Sauce, Rub and Baste Contest, has written nine barbecue cookbooks and is a backyard meat-smokin’ professional. We chat with Ardie about the country’s best barbecue, the competition trail and tips for championship-quality ribs. For your own taste, head to the American…  Read More