Ryan Cramer

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4th of July Finger Foods & Appetizers (Because Forks Inhibit Our American Freedoms)

The Founding Fathers envisioned a world where you’re free to eat these 56 appetizers with your hands.<p>The 4th of July is about feeling free. Free to eat as many hot dogs as you’d like, free to grill things over open flames (and try not to set things on fire), and definitely free from the …

9 Ways to Make Slaw

Here are nine new ways to make slaw.<p>Slaw—a crunchy salad of thinly sliced vegetables—is the perfect picnic side dish because it usually holds up for …

Great Burger Seasonings

All the best tools, techniques, and recipes you need for flame-kissed glory this …

The Trick to Great Corn on the Cob? Mayonnaise, and a Grill

Step away from the boiling water! In this grilling video, we show you how to add way more flavor to your ears of corn.<p>We could eat a lot of corn on the cob. A <i>lot</i>. But we've thankfully abandoned the boiling-pot-of-water ways of our youth in favor of a smokin' hot grill, some fresh lime juice, and …

Why We Love Skirt Steak: Flavor, Flavor, Price

We love skirt steak because it's cost-effective and flavorful. Here's how to grill it at home.<p>There are a few reasons why we love skirt steak: It's meaty and delicious, plus about half the price of a rib eye (seriously!). If you're really looking to maximize the flavor of your skirt steak, <i>Bon</i> …

Sous Vide 101: How to Cook Perfect Steaks Every Time

Master doneness to the decimal point, thanks to this $200 device.<p><b>This Fourth of July, your steaks will be perfect.</b> You'll march them out to the grill, knowing that just beneath a razor thin exterior of grey is arterial red perfection. You'll then quickly sear them until they belong in a summer time …

This Guy Takes Photos of Buildings and then Uses the Sky as His Canvas

In an ongoing series entitled <i>Sky Art</i>, artist Thomas Lamadieu aka <i>Roots Art</i>, takes photos of buildings and cityscapes wherever he travels. Many of his …