Greetings fellow Dads That Cook, my name is Michael Perea…. aka “Mix Master Michael”. A little background on myself, I was born in San Francisco CA, grew up just north in Sonoma County, Santa Rosa to be exact…. and for the past 15 years have called Las Vegas, Nevada home…. Way back in time July … Read moreRecipe of the Week…TIN CAN NACHOS with Mix Master – Michael Perea
My name is Tyler Kirby, I am 29 years old and I live in Indianapolis. I have been a Certified Pharmacy Technician for almost 10 years and I am a father of two boys: Bren (4) and Graeme (18 months) they’re my little monsters! My wife and I have been married for five years and … Read moreBeef Rendang – Dad’s Dish of the Week… Tyler Kirby!
Grilled Pork Chops with just the Basics Have you ever gone on a trip and stayed in a rental unit like VRBO or Airbnb? That’s the only way we go as I love to cook while on vacation. It’s so much easier! Our latest travel to Cabo San Lucas Mexico had me looking for supplies … Read moreGrilling Pork Chops with Limited Supplies in Cabo San Lucas
[yotuwp type=”videos” id=”AxjoulD7QYY” ]Dads That Cook had a huge giveaway contest over the summer. An all expenses paid trip for three people to come to San Francisco to hang out for a long weekend and enjoy a Giants game with me. A ton of people applied for this contest! After sifting through all of these … Read moreSan Francisco Weekend Getaway Winner – Dads That Cook
How to Fillet a Fish – Red Snapper! Not many of us know how to fillet a fish. I’m not the kind of guy that goes fishing, catches fish or even fillets fish. I was never taught how to do that! I know a lot of you guys go hunting or fishing and probably have … Read moreHow to Fillet a Fish – Red Snapper!
Hey Peeps – I wanted to follow up about the post I did about Wagyu on FaceBook (see post here)… loved all the comments. Keep ‘em coming. Some of you questioned whether or not I bought real Wagyu and mentioned that it’s only from Japan. You prompted me to do some research today and talk to the … Read moreWagyu vs. Kobe Steak… What’s the real deal?
Most of us hate to do a DEEP CLEAN of our grill. Usually, it’s just “HEAT THE SUCKER UP” and let all the grime burn off then scrap the heck out of it! That does work and is the norm… However, gunk still builds up and you need to get your DEEP CLEAN on! … Read moreMy Grill Needed a Rub-Down
Barbecuing is as much an art as it is a science. The ability to cook savory meats and vegetables over an open flame is far different than cooking on a stovetop. There is no better feeling than when my child proudly proclaims, “My daddy cooks the best barbecue in the world!” One aspect of good … Read moreDad Cooks: The Art of the Glaze
One of the staple foods of any dad cooking for the family is the classic grilled cheese. It’s fast, it’s easy and boy is it tasty. Odds are your mom or dad taught you the same way to cook grilled cheese as everyone else. You heat a pan on the stove or use a hot … Read moreCooking For the Family: Spice Up Grilled Cheese
I love grilling. It’s the perfect way to cook meat and vegetables, but have you ever tried grilling a pizza? Grilling pizza is a quick dinner idea that will win over your family. The only problem is you’ll never be able to eat a cardboard pizza in the oven again; then again, that’s not such … Read moreQuick Dinner Ideas: Grilling the Perfect Pizza