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As I covered in my last article, buying good quality meats can be a difficult task. If you add in cost savings on top of this, it becomes almost impossible to purchase top tier stock. However, there are a few places in the Lancaster County region that offer both a high standard in grading and … Continue reading Lancaster Country Guide to Buying Meat
Grade A-5 Kobe beef Beef, it’s what’s for dinner! Known largely as an American slogan from the early 1990’s by the beef market, this phrase still has strong roots today in many areas. Why does it do this? Because beef (like most proteins) is a very versatile product that can be altered greatly by seasonings … Continue reading Beef: What’s Grading? (and How to Cook Various Steaks)
Smoked and grilled Frenched rib roast (pork) Springtime has sprung and summer is just around the corner. The smokers are getting loaded with fine woods and pellets and the grills are burning with clean-burning propane or are bursting with charcoal’s flavor. For many, the season beckons the seasoned griller to return to their post for … Continue reading A Gent’s Brief Guide to Spring/Summer Cooking
A quick look at three local distilleries and their offerings.
A brief writeup about some of our favorite local bottle shops
You may have read my article about using a cast iron skillet to cook a steak. Well in addition to using it for steak, that skillet works wonders to make a fast but delicious breakfast that is perfect for a weekend morning. My wife and I love home fries/potatoes in the morning along with bacon … Continue reading How a Gentleman Makes Breakfast
A basic crash course in beef from the Gents of Lancaster.
Why use a cast iron skillet? You might be wondering why I am posting about using a cast iron skillet. After all what's wrong with just using a normal Teflon pan to cook in? The answer is that there is nothing wrong with using them, but the benefits of using a classic cast iron skillet … Continue reading How a Gentleman Uses a Cast Iron Skillet