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Weekend Chef: Father's Day recipes



Father's Day is coming up, so I thought it would be nice to share a few recipes that a dad would like. I know everybody is thinking steaks, but I decided to be a little different and picked some recipes with manly stuff like bacon, cheese, jalapenos and chili! I am also including a bacon pecan co... Read more

The Weekend Chef: Making pulled pork



I have made tons of BBQ brisket… but pulled pork? Not so much. Beef is pretty much king in these parts, so that is what I normally fix. But recently I had some pulled pork at Billy’s Oak Acres BBQ and it was ... Read more

Weekend Chef: How to cook a frozen steak



Beef prices have hit record highs the last couple of months, and they are not coming down any time soon. A cattle shortage caused by the drought and a very harsh winter has the U.S cattle herd at its lowest level since 1951, and it will take at least a year to recover. Read more

Weekend Chef: Ramen Pop-up



Our Weekend Chef checks out a ramen pop-up by chefs Jesus Garcia (Little Lilly Sushi) and Kevin Martinez (Tokyo Cafe) – yum! Read more

Weekend Chef: 2014 Shake and Bake Off at TMS



It is a big sports weekend with both the Final Four at AT&T Stadium and the Sprint Cup & Nationwide Series O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 and Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. But for me it has b... Read more

Weekend Chef: Roasted Bone Marrow



The Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival is this week, and after checking out the ticket prices, it looks like being a foodie can get a little expensive. So I figured I’d fix something “foodie” in honor of the festival, but keep it a little more on a “cowboy” budget. Read more

Weekend Chef: Food Photo Tips



With the new exhibit “Art and Appetite: American Painting, Culture, and Cuisine” in town at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, I thought it would be a ... Read more

Weekend Chef: Cooking salmon in a fish tank



Everyone knows I do most of my cooking on the grill, but sometimes I use a technique call sous vide (which is French for “under vacuum”). So what exactly is cooking sous vide? Probably the most "opposite" way to cook from grilling, us... Read more

Weekend Chef: Grilled lobsters



Valentine’s Day is almost here -- has it already been a year? Last year, I fixed lobster tails for that special meal, which really impressed my wife. This year I decided to do whole lobsters! Read more

Weekend chef: 2014 Super Bowl recipes to cheer for



Super Bowl Sunday comes once a year, but, lucky for you, I grill up delicious and gut-busting grub all year long. So, without further ado (that means no more messin' around), here is my 2014 list of my favorite recipes that'll score big with your guests on gameday. Read more

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