Making Summer Flavors Last On Fox 5

Home Chef Brian Reeve and Chef “Tee” Terrell Danley show you how to enjoy popular summer flavors throughout the year.  On the menu: watermelon sorbet, herb puree, grilled corn salad, grilled cream corn, grilled corn relish / salsa.

Picking Perfect Steak For Dad On GDW

live-seg-with-steakHome Chef Brian Reeve and Chef “Tee” Terrell Danley share tips on picking the perfect steak for dad and an easy steak recipe.  Highlights: ribeye is best, precuts are good, and steak positioning matters to the eye.

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Grilling Tips On Fox 5 DC

Home Chef Brian Reeve and Chef “Tee” Terrell Danley share common grilling mistakes and how to avoid them.  Tip highlights: dimple down, let meat rest, season steak after cooked and 45 degree angles.

BBQ Tips on WTTG Fox 5

SnP with Dylan n anchor Wisdom MartinHome Chef Brian Reeve and Chef “Tee” Terrell Danley sharing summer bbq tips on Fox  5 in Washington, D.C.

Brian’s son Dylan helped man the grill.

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Grilling Tools Tips

Grill Cleaning Tips

Don’t forget about the bread loaf ends

Bread courtesy of seksuwat @ Freedigitalphotos.netWhen most people grab a slice of bread, they don’t reach for the ends.  That’s a shame because the ends are edible and very good.  If you’re not convinced and refuse to eat them, don’t throw them away.  There’s lots of stuff you can do with the ends.  For example, give them to the birds or make fresh bread crumbs.  Click to see what else you can do with bread loaf ends.

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Cut down on fat with nonstick pans

Nonstick pan courtesy of Stoonn @ Freedigitalphotos.netI rarely use oil when cooking with nonstick pans because you don’t need to, and less oil means less fat.  Foods like pancakes, meats, vegetables and omelets cook great in these pans without oil.  Just remember to take care of them by using non-metal utensils and cleaning them with nonabrasive cloths and sponges because there’s nothing worse than a nonstick pan that’s scratched up.

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Save money with electric mixer attachments

Mixer attachments courtesy of John Kasawa @ Freedigitalphotos.netThe holidays are over, but you can still get mileage out of these tools.  The egg beaters and whisk attachments that come with your electric mixer are great for baking and everyday uses like stirring soups, sauces and gravies.  I use mine all the time.

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