Who says you have to settle for bland or pre-flavored food when away from your kitchen? I can see great application for these among hikers and campers who don’t want to compromise good eats at the expense of bulk and weight.
When we go camping in the summer, we like to cook and eat well. For us, this means being sure that we have all of the spices and seasonings that we would be using if we were at home. Space is always an issue though, so we try to use compact and easily packable containers for everything. It occurred …
Ok, maybe not jello shooters, but I can think of lots of tasty bacon cup dishes.
I’ve made breakfast cups before with toast, eggs and bacon. After making an easier version last week with egg and cheese, I thought I’d try it again, but this time I wrapped them with bacon!
On the opposite end of the uni-tasker, a device which is almost useless in its ability to to anything but a single task, is the multi-tasker. These devices seek to combine a ton of functions and usually end up doing them all in a pretty mediocre manner (all in one printer, anyone?). Behold the 3 in 1 Breakfast Station.
The world is shrinking… you may have heard the adage. It implies that today’s ever-more-connected society is reducing the practical distance between us to almost nothing. The truth is, though, we’re running out of space! Either we’re living in increasingly urban …
I’ve seen a few folding grills, but this one has an interesting twist in orienting the grill perpendicular to the case. I rather like it!
This Darwin Triangular BBQ is the perfect portable grill for your summer – just open up the carry case into a triangle to reveal an ash pan and grill. It’s also got a very useful carry handle so you can take it with you to the beach, on holiday, to the park, or wherever it is you fancy having some delicious barbecue food.
Summer is in full swing and that means cooking stuff without the benefit of walls, roofs or electricity. For most of us this means a metal bucket on wheels (barbecue grill) of some sort, but the folks Food52 have another options for you. Build your own backyard fire pit.
Cooking meat in the ground certainly isn’t unique to Mexican cooking, but it has been practiced there for a long, long time. And though the process may seem elaborate, in fact it allows for greater liberty in meal preparation. You dig yourself an oven (a one-time deal), line it with heat-holding …