Mar 20, 2018

HEAT IT: Safe/Recommended Meat Cooking Temperatures

    Many people who prepare meat are very knowledgeable about food safety, but sometimes the specifics can be hard to...

Feb 27, 2018

I FOWL TO PIECES: Cutting Up a Whole Chicken in 5 Easy Steps

Many of us have grown used to the convenience of grabbing a bulk pack of chicken thighs or a pound of wings. While t...

Dec 1, 2017

Ways To Cook Beef This Winter

    The snow is falling and you’re cozied up under a blanket inside… and then your stomach growls with hunger. If you...

Oct 31, 2017

Pot Roast 101: Choosing The Right Cut of Meat

  It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t love the comforting taste and smell of pot roast cooking. Pot roast is inexpe...

Sep 29, 2017

GET BUFF: Tips & Tricks for Cooking Bison

Bison is a delicious, lean meat that is regularly used as a substitute for beef. Because of its lower fat content, bi...

Aug 30, 2017

Our Favourite BBQ Sauce Recipe (And When to Use it!)

Creating a homemade BBQ sauce is the perfect way to finish off your next set of ribs and impress your family and frie...

Jul 30, 2017

READY, SET… GRILL! 5 BBQ Maintenance Tips

Here in Alberta, grilling season can last all year round– but no downtime doesn’t mean you can’t keep your BBQ in tip...

Jun 30, 2017

BBQ&A: Choosing the Best Meat for Your Backyard Bash

Summers on the Canadian prairies bring out another side of home cooks– many of us leave the stuffy kitchen behind and...

May 31, 2017

BBQ DIY: 5 Secrets to Slinging a Savoury Secret Sauce

Western Canadians have cooked food outside for a long time, but recently specific barbecue traditions from across the...

Apr 30, 2017


Over the last few decades, food markets have been dominated by huge “box-store” chains thanks to a culture of conveni...

Mar 30, 2017

HOW TO: Build A Better Butcher’s Board

We’ve come a long way since sliced cheddar, garlic sausage and some saltines– a nostalgic classic that lacks some of ...

Feb 28, 2017

DOMESTIC GOURMET: 5 Tips for Cooking Wagyu Beef at Home

Now a mainstay on gourmet menus, wagyu (literally: “Japanese cow”) was widely mislabeled as Kobe beef. While Kobe bee...
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