It's a sin to let corn go to waste when you can bake it with cheese, make it into bread, or sprinkle it over meat.
When the temperature outdoors hits 90 degrees, the last thing anyone wants to eat is a mashed egg yolk.
Making your pieces too tiny, overcooking them, or undercooking them are just a few ways to ruin a potato salad.
Bless your heart if you've found a technique to cook collard greens that doesn't result in a sad slop of greenish-brown leaves.
Vinegar-based slaw is superior to mayonnaise-based slaw, although both get watery when left out in the sun.
It's acceptable practice to slather baked beans all over a hot dog.
There is nothing intrinsically bad about kabobs; the problem usually lies in how they are prepared.
While it's commendable that you want to expose your visitors to new experiences.
Two-handed sandwiches are impractical during barbecues, since most people eat standing up or balancing a paper plate on their lap.
It's difficult to cook a huge quantity of chicken evenly all at once.