No Grill? No Problem: 7 Ways to Get That Smoky Flavor in Your Food

No grill? No problem. While Labor Day weekend is synonymous with barbecuing, you can still get that iconic grill flavor indoors, in a number of ways. Check out these tips and tricks to achieve great...

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Short Ribs "Grilled" on the stove? HELP Last Minute Advice needed

by JTPhilly 6 years ago

Sooo I was overly optimistic about the weather - I REALLY wanted to grill today but alas it is rather miserable and windy and I did not even get the yard set up so it will be stovetop tonight I...

Is a broiling pan necessary?

by Odie77 9 years ago

So many recipes in this book of mine call for a broiling pan and yet I cant find one in any stores. Is there a difference between a broiling pan and a cooling rack with a cookie sheet underneath...

Broiler Temperature?

by denverkate 11 years ago

I often come across recipes that say "preheat the broiler". On my oven, you have to set the broiler temp, up to 500 degrees. Most recipes don't give a temp. What temp would you use? Thanks!

Oven Broiler Temperature Choice

by momotom 13 years ago

I have a new electric oven that allows you to adjust the broiler temperature anywhere between 400 to 575 degrees. It can be set in regular, convection or maxi broil modes, but for each, the temp c...

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