October 31st, 2012

Halloween Cheesy Meat Hand

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It’s All Hallow’s Eve and now you can even get your dinner into the Halloween spirit!

With a little ground beef, onions, herbs and cheese you, too, can make this creepy cheesy meat hand.

Spook your neighbors, frighten the children and satisfy your appetite all at the same time!

If you take away the fact that it looks like a creepy dead hand, this meal actually sounds pretty good. Like a cheesy meatloaf. Yum!

Click here to read more about this Halloween treat. And come up with your own version at home!

Happy Halloween, everybody! Mwuahahahaha!

Photo courtesy of DamnThatLooksGood.com.


October 26th, 2012

Perfect Steak With a Cooking Simulator

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Researchers in Japan have come up with a brilliant way to practice your steak cooking skills – and never risk burning a great piece of meat again!

It’s a 3D cooking simulator that lets you feel the weight of the food as you move it around the pan. You can mix onions and a beautiful steak with a digital spatula.

So cool!

It lets you decide whether you want your beef anywhere from rare to well done and shows you how long it might take you to achieve your desired results.

Sounds like the only thing missing is the smell of a sizzling steak.

And the taste.

Check out the video of this awesome simulator here. Happy Friday, everyone!

Photo credit:  YouTube/diginfonews


October 25th, 2012

Beef Question of the Day

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This is something to ponder on your busy Thursday.

Or, if you’re like me, you’re just hungry and anything with the word “beef” in it catches your eye and makes you salivate.

Either way, this is a question worth exploring.

Carry on, beef warriors!

Photo courtesy of TheMetaPicture.com.


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