Man Food Marvels
Whether whipping up a quick meal for yourself or rocking a sumptuous spread for the family, Club LT enlists the guidance of some great food bloggers to help you get the job done, and done well. Or medium with a nice sear.
Try some holiday cheer from the family of greatest adventurist/author in the history of literature: Ernest Hemingway.
Be bold! Be wild! Have a howling good time with these libations.
This particular recipe is about as far away as you can get from what most people think chili is. But wow, is it good!
Steaks and chops are great. But so is a big batch of a healthy, hearty soup to feed the troops.
You need to match your chosen grill with what you’ll be grilling the most. It’s more than just heat and smoke.
Declare your independence the next time you’re in Philly, take some time out at City Tavern. It’s revolutionary!
I love taking classic items and kicking them up a notch (or three?). One of my favorites is a classic grilled ham and cheese. While there’s nothing wrong with throwing some random ham and cheese slices between pieces of bread and grilling it, we can do better! This archived blog post from Mantripping.com shows how.
How did the Moscow Mule come to be? It has a little something to do with Russia, but not what you think.
I call this “The World’s Greatest Marinade.” It’s simple, and tastes really, really good. A perfect compliment to your next cookout.
Want a great Mother’s Day cocktail for Mom and the family? The classic Bloody Mary can do the trick. Just make sure you get off to the right start.
For Cinco De Mayo we look at the time-honored spirit of Mexico: Tequila. A 5th like no other.
The outdoor grill is a shrine to meat eaters worldwide. Keep your hallowed shrine and grilling methods in prime form, no matter the weather. Your ribs and kabobs will love you for it.