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Bacon is Key to Long Life Says 105-Year-Old

That’s right!  BACON is the key to longevity says 105-year old Texan Pearl Cantrell.  Pearl just might be on to something. A University of Zurich study found that although eating processed meat raises risks for cancer and heart disease, red … Continue reading

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Heavenly Schwenker: German Recipe and Grilling Style

Schwenker is a popular German style cook-out — a combination of recipe and method of cooking.  And Wow! It tastes fantastic! Instead of throwing your meat on a grill above charcoal where the cook must constantly move the meat to … Continue reading

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Schwenk The World!

(Schwenker, a photo by designladen.com on Flickr.) Alright my foodie friends!  I have just learned of another BBQ technique that originates in Germany known as schwenker.   Essentially,  pork that has had a long marinade in onions and wine is … Continue reading

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Central BBQ: Memphis Ribs Done Right!

Memphis is famous for many things, but in the world of BBQ, “Memphis Dry” stands out as an all American classic.  Dry refers to the fact that the meat is not swimming in sauce, but succulent juices are sealed in … Continue reading

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Are The Ribs Done?

Typically one should use an accurate digital meat thermometer to determine the internal temperature of your cut of meat & find whether or not it has reached the appropriate temperature (see my posts about Minimum Meat Temperatures & a review … Continue reading

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