Ultra-thick, Flintstone-sized double-cut bone-in big-enough-to-serve-two-fully-grown-Thundercats ribeye steaks (commonly referred to as "Cowboy Chops") require a bit of extra care when cooking. Their thick size makes them all too easy to end up with a burnt exterior and cold, raw middle. But here are some grilling tips to maximize that medium-rare center—you want to see pink from edge to edge—while still getting a nicely charred crust.
Sulfur in your Water (Rotten Egg Smell)
The most common way to diagnose a contamination of sulfur or hydrogen sulfate in your home is the smell. To that end, there are simple steps you can take to eliminate this from your faucets. Determine the Source Your first order of business is to find the source -- in your drain, or in your water
How to Order a Steak at a Restaurant
How to Order a Steak at a Restaurant. It seems as though most people don't know how to order a steak. They don't know the difference between the cuts, they don't know the difference in how it's cooked, and they don't know how steak is supposed to be prepared. If you don't know these things, in effect, you're guessing every time you order. With a...
American Gunsmithing Institute: DIY AR Upgrades
American Gunsmithing Institute’s new DVD course 'The AR-15: Practical, Tactical or Tacti-Cool' is perfect to help you accessorize your AR-15.
Reloading Tips: The Plunk Test
If you're reloading, how do you safely determine whether or not your reloaded rounds will fit in your gun's chamber? Enter the Plunk Test.
Lottery To Sell 'Hamilton' San Francisco Tickets At $10
Producers of the acclaimed Broadway musical “Hamilton” announced Wednesday a digital lottery that will sell tickets to the show in San Francisco at $10 each.
10 Students Sickened By Unknown Substance At San Francisco Middle School
San Francisco Fire Department officials have confirmed that at least ten students at James Lick Middle School are receiving treatment Tuesday afternoon following exposure to an unknown substance, possibly illicit drugs.
San Francisco Leaders Differ On How To Tackle Car Break-In Epidemic
San Francisco Interim Mayor Mark Farrell and District Attorney George Gascon differ on how to curb the city's car break-in problem.
Top Takeaways From Ad Age Digital Conference San Francisco
Top takeaways from Ad Age Digital Conference San Francisco.
In San Francisco, Everyone Lives Within A 10-Minute Walk Of A Park
San Francisco has become the first and only city in the United States where every resident lives within a 10-minute walk of a park.
San Francisco Receiving $100 Million Donation To Fight Homelessness
The city of San Francisco is getting a $100 million donation to reduce homelessness, Mayor Ed Lee tweeted Sunday morning.
20-Foot Swells, Sneaker Waves Forecast For San Francisco Bay Area
A large storm in the Gulf of Alaska is sending big seas south to the Bay Area over the next couple of days.
Top 5 Mexican Restaurants In San Francisco
Mexican restaurants are almost boundless throughout the Bay Area and especially in San Francisco, with such an ethnically diverse pool of residents and heavy Hispanic and Latino populations throughout.
18 Essential Sushi Restaurants in San Francisco
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