The History Of Scrambled Eggs

Mankind has eaten eggs for many years. For the working class in England, a plate of fried eggs and a few slices of bacon was an essential part of the English breakfast. Today, we are going to go over the history of scrambled eggs, how to make them, and how to eat them!

Eggs Benedict – A True American Classic

What could be more blissful than delicately poached eggs and Canadian bacon on an English muffin, all bathed in a luxuriously creamy hollandaise sauce? You would be hard pressed to find a dish more decadent than Eggs Benedict, that’s why we are going over the history of this American Classic.

Sake Through The Ages

Did you know that the history of sake stretches back 3,000 years into the past? Sake, or nihonshu as it is known in Japan, is a drink with a long history.

Bushcraft Cooking With A Cast Iron Skillet

If there’s a more fulfilling way to cook than over a campfire with a cast iron skillet, I certainly haven’t found it. Cooking on a cast iron skillet is a hot trend these days. So, today we are going over the basics of Bushcraft cooking with the cast iron skillet.

What Do You Need For An Outdoor Kitchen

Building a kitchen outdoors can seem like quite an undertaking and it can take a while to decide which items will be best for you. So today we are going over the essentials for making the perfect outdoor dining experience

How Do You Choose a Restaurant When You Are Out of Town?

Whether you are one town over visiting friends and family, or are in an entirely different state, finding a place to eat out can be a challenge when you don’t know the area well. Thankfully there are some simple, yet important, steps you can take to give yourself the greatest odds of uncovering a great place to grab a bite to eat during your stay.