How to: Dry Age Meat at Home
When beef is dry aged, it’s subject to a bunch of science—enzymes break down tissue, bacteria grows, fat oxidizes and moisture departs—but all you really need to know is that it gets more tender and flavourful. It’s what makes the 40-day aged ribeye at your favourite steakhouse so much better than the one you get from your supermarket’s butcher counter. Here’s how to DIY:
How to: Give a Back Massage
The advantages to being able to give a good massage are obvious. The disadvantages? Well, worst case scenario you might be forced into becoming her personal masseuse. We sussed out Toronto Four Seasons Spa Director and Massage Therapist Carlos Calvo Rodriguez to find out how to give her a massage to remember.
How to: Open a Bottle of Wine without a Corkscrew
Yes, it most certainly is possible and no, it doesn’t require a rock.
How to: Quick and Easy Dog Food
Seeing as you take the time to make yourself look and feel your best it’s only fair that you treat […]
How to: How to Get More Bang for Your Travel Buck
From exclusive access to great entertainment to flexible flying options, American Express’ new AIR MILES Reserve Card offers the discerning gentleman everything he’s ever wanted from a travel experience.
How to: The Only Five Exercises You Need This Winter
Sure, you can sign up for one of those fancy new fitness regimens with a cool sounding name, but you don’t need to. These old-school workouts will get the job done, all without leaving the house.
How to: Win at Poker
According to Jonathan Duhamel, winner of the 2010 World Series of Poker.
How to: Throw a Perfect Spiral
As a two-time Grey Cup winning quarterback, who’s thrown for over 43,000 yards, it’s safe to say Matt Dunigan knows how to handle a football. Here’s his advice on tossing the perfect spiral.