You want to cook the best damn cast iron steak your mouth can handle?  Look no further.  This is a recipe I've adapted and altered myself based on different cuts of meat but the basis remains the same.  Cook your next steak using the Alton Brown cast iron steak recipe.  It'll create a nice seared outside and an extremely juicy and delicious inside. Alton Brown's Pan Seared Steak Ingredients (1 serving) 1 1/2 inch thick rib eye or New York strip steak Olive oil Kosher salt and fresh ground pepper Directions Take your steak out of the...

Man has cooked in cast iron skillets, pans, pots and kettles for centuries.  Cast iron is one of the safest, most durable, and most effective ways of cooking your feast.  Not only that, they are convenient in that you can pile your whole kitchen in the pan and then eat right out of it. Upsides Very durable: they are hard to destroy, being a slab of iron, and are passed down from generation to generation. Safer to cook on than the questionable non-stick Teflon cookware. Heats evenly and retains heat longer, keeping your meal...

Let's take a lesson this winter from penguins and Canadians: two species of rugged animal that have perfected the ice walk.  Have you ever seen a Canadian fall on a surface of ice while not playing hockey, or a penguin fall without the intention of sliding belly down on glacier? The thing about walking on ice is that you can't walk with your long-strided natural gait.  You have to switch up your movement to shorter shuffling steps that are very close to your center of gravity to prevent your legs from...