“Peach paper” is a term that’s rattling around a lot of barbecue pits in recent years. Is it made from peach trees? Was it stolen from your grandmother’s stationary? Is it just your buddy trying to recreate the look of iconic Texas BBQ joints? What gives?[Continue reading]
Maybe you decided to break in your first grill by cooking a bunch of ribs for your friends and family. Maybe you decided you want to serve something other than steak or a pork loin or burgers. Maybe you’re just curious about why that silvery sliver snarls ribs if left lingering and left to its own devices. These are just a few scenarios that might preface the need to know how to safely and easily extricate the membrane from rib cage meat before you go to town with your seasonings and cooking them; that’s where this guide comes in. By the end of this article, you’ll know all that there is to know about culling that cellular meat coat from a rack of rib cage.
Summer is here, and you’re ready to make use of that brand new grill that has been patiently waiting for you on the patio. Nothing is better than hearing the sound of a fresh steak searing and grilling to perfection. The scene has been set, and the … [Continue reading]