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How to use that grody public grill without fear of poisoning your picnic

Public grills get a bad rap. I can definitely see why. They're always coated in the mysterious carbony remains of meals past. There's usually some bird poop on or around them. The ash pile inside is a ghastly reminder that anything — anything — could've been cooked on these rusty little public servants. I promise with just a little work, a public grill can be a totally serviceable cooking option.

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Looking for websites/cookbooks with recipes for two people

With recipes in most cookbooks and websites ranging for 4-to-6 servings per recipe, this usually means we have a LOT of leftovers. We have been halving the recipes we're eating, but often this doesn't work. Does anyone have any suggestions for cookbooks/websites that specialize in smaller portions, or any reducing portion size tips you'd like to pass on to a novice?

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I abandoned the microwave and haven't looked back

A few years ago I was watching an episode of one of Jamie Oliver's cooking shows. He noted, with an air of superiority, that he doesn't even own a microwave. I remember thinking that he was a) wrong, and b) preachy. But the idea of having my shit so damn together that I didn't need the convenience of a microwave stuck with me.

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Nafzger Forge makes custom, hand-forged kitchen knives that are as sexy as they're useful

I know a LOT of you Homies are interested in local and/or sustainable food choices, but why not spread that ideal over to the tools you use to prepare said food. When you buy a handmade knife from our newest sponsor Ben from Nafzger Forge you are putting your money towards supporting a domestic small business, and more of the profit is going directly to the producer! Y'all know that I'm no chef (seriously, MY knives are shaped like animals), but Ben's work is making me want to change my ways… or at least purchase a knife that'll make me FEEL like a pro. Check out this sexy knife action…