Tired of chasing ground meat around the pan with the back of your wooden spoon? Try this tip for quicker mashing!
If you've had a problem in the past with chicken breasts tearing when you pound them, try this tip for keeping them intact.
Fresh from the pan, a whole chicken can be awkward (if not impossible) to handle. Here's a painless way to transport it.
Melting excess fat from pork and bacon is a simple yet crucial technique that ensures crisp, flavorful meat.
Ground chicken can be difficult to find at the store, but it's easy to make yourself with a food processor and these simple tips.
Here's a solution for freezing ground meat that doesn't take up much space and lets the meat thaw quickly when needed.
Can't get enough of your favorite bacon recipe? Here's a simple tip that lets you enjoy it whenever you want.
Love tacos and nachos from fast-food restaurants? Give the ground beef you use at home the same smooth texture.
For rich, savory sauces, get in the habit of deglazing your pan after sautéing meat. The technique couldn't be easier.