Weisswurst, Mettwurst, or Frankfurter? There’s a style of German sausage for every enthusiastic meat lover. Take a trip with us through the country’s most savory specialities and get to know six popular varieties of German sausage. You’ll also learn about our suggestions on how to serve them. Read more now.
Are you looking for a refreshing change from hot dogs and hamburgers this grilling season? If you want healthier alternatives that still pack in tons of flavor and color, cook any of our bold kebab and skewer recipes for your next barbecue party. Fire up the grill and check out our mouthwatering list now.
Curious about the popular sous vide cooking method? We were too, so we tried it – and found plenty of potential downsides. This method wastes a lot of resources, it’s time-consuming, and it requires plenty of prior planning, with lots of items to wash when you’re done. Is sous vide for you? Learn more now on Foodal.
Ready to introduce more meatless meals in your weekly menu planning? It’s not difficult to do when there are so many easy, hearty, and flavorful vegetarian recipes you can make at home for the whole family to enjoy – meat lovers included! From soups and stews to casseroles and calzones, discover our top favorites now.
Prime rib is an incredibly rich and tender cut of beef many believe can only be prepared and enjoyed at steakhouses or brunch spots. Let’s bring this savory indulgence to your home! You can prepare prime rib in your own kitchen, with Foodal’s tutorial at the ready to guide you. Read more now for the best advice.
Have you ever felt that sinking dread as dinnertime approaches and you realize you haven’t plucked your poultry from the freezer? No need to panic. This guide provides three techniques to take your meat from frozen to winner-winner chicken dinner. Read on to determine which defrosting option you should take.
Using a simple little gadget like a meat thermometer can prevent over or under-cooked meat, and eliminates guesswork altogether – making you look like a brilliant star in the kitchen! Simple to use, inexpensive, and small enough to store in a drawer, an accurate thermometer can deliver sumptuous, and perfectly cooked meats time after time.
Yes, you really can cook a whole chicken in your Crock-Pot, and it’s the easiest thing in the world to do. The bird gets a quick seasoning rub, then cooks on a bed of onions after being stuffed with fresh herbs and lemon. Pair the juicy, flavorful poultry with your favorite side dishes. Get the recipe now.
If you love to serve up wings for game day or big gatherings, you need to know how to break down whole chicken wings. This time, you can save yourself some money by buying the whole chicken wings and breaking them down into pieces yourself. It’s very easy to do, so don’t be intimidated. We’ll teach you how – read more.
Want to hone your kitchen technique and save a little money on poultry? Whether you’re making stew or stock, it’s time to learn how to break down a chicken. Cutting whole poultry into parts isn’t as hard as you might think, and it will soon become your favorite skill to practice. Read on to get our tips now.
Not sure what kind of turkey to buy for your holiday feasts this year? Fresh or frozen? Organic or natural? There are so many different options to consider for your main course. With our helpful guide on all of the basic types available to buy, you can learn what turkey is best for you. Read more now on Foodal.