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This Moroccan Rotisserie Chicken tickled our palates with delight

Today, we created a Moroccan paste for this rotisserie chicken, which we spit-roasted on our backyard grill.


The Fundamentals: Whole Roasted Chicken

Chicken was meant to be cooked whole with crispy skin. Anyone can roast a chicken. It’s child’s play. Here’s how to elevate the experience.


Hungarian Pork Paprikash: a meal you’ll think about for at least a decade

Paprikash delivers rich, tangy, velvety flavor. Tomato provides acidity. Sour cream makes it smooth. Tender pork gives it the taste of home.


Pressure Cooker Beef Cheeks in a Red Wine Gravy

Last night, we ate a better dinner than you did. We’d bet our house on it. Any takers? We didn’t think so. Just look at that photo. So delicious. Even more impressive than how the meal tasted was that we made it at home. You know, like with our bare hands. Mostly with our bare […]


Nothing, we mean nothing, beats smoking a whole chicken

We chuckle when we see a $25 chicken breast on a restaurant menu. We love chicken, but it’s not meant to be expensive. Its affordability is part of its splendor. The $25 chicken entrée, though, has plenty of defenders. They herald its deliciousness. They vividly describe how tender and full of flavor it is. And, […]


Savory French Toast

Some skills are essential for the gentleman’s toolkit. The ability to cook an excellent breakfast always impresses. French toast reigns supreme among morning entrees because it (1.) tastes marvelous, (2.) requires little culinary magic, and (3.) allows you to revive otherwise semi-stale bread. As with life, we at G@H like to spice up traditional French […]