Teaching is complicated, but your food doesn't have to be.

When teaching a new cooking technique, it's best to keep the flavors simple and true to the featured ingredient. Complex flavors are just that—complex. The best meat I have ever eaten was slow cooked over a grill with salt and lemon. That single experience forever changed the way I cook. I stopped trying so hard to create flavors. Instead, I began to enunciate the flavors already present by using simple complementary ingredients, with the occasional contrasting flavors thrown in. In doing this the flavors became stronger, purer, and more distinct.

Learn how to build flavors into your food.

Once you discover or rediscover in some cases the true flavor of your ingredients you will be able to do something very special. You will begin to learn how to build flavors. When you take a few simple pure flavors and put them together in a way that complements each other you are essentially building a new flavor.


how to roast meat

These are some in-depth articles concerning many of the various cooking techniques, like braising, broiling, grilling, frying, stewing, and roasting, found on this site.


how to roast meat

For some recipes, the meat may need to be altered or changed in some way before it can be cooked. This may be as simple as tieing a roast with butcher's twine or as complicated as de-boning a pork shoulder.


how to roast meat

When cooking meat you may find that you are also cooking a lot of vegetables. These articles, with my own personal instructional videos, will show you how to prep the vegetables for your meat recipes.