You can be endlessly inventive with vegetable stacks, discovering your own favorite combinations. You want to cut the vegetables about 1/2 inch thick, and then layer twice—any higher than that and your stack is likely to topple.
Remove the backbone from a whole bird and it will lie flat, instantly doubling the surface area—and the flavor and crisping potential. This easy technique is called spatchcocking or butterflying. I almost always do chicken like this now, and it’s also perfect for turkey and small birds like pheasants and guinea hens.
Summer is the time for grilling and peaches! This easy dessert is great with a dry pink sparkling rose, such as an inexpensive Segura Viudas.
Okay, here’s Shake Shack’s sacred cow! With this recipe, now you can make their classic cheeseburger at home in five minutes.
For the iconic Shake Shack, it all started with a hot dog and this is the most iconic of all their menu items. Over the years they’ve refined the toppings of the classic Chicago-inspired hot dog, and made their our own. Here’s how to make it at home.
Put a classic on the grill for Father’s Day: Beer can chicken. In this recipe, the beer steams while the chicken roasts and absorbs aromatic smoke.