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         Meats Cooking:     more books (100)
  1. Home Book of Smoke Cooking: Meat, Fish & Game by Jack Sleight, Raymond Hull, 1982-07
  2. Good Meat: The Complete Guide to Sourcing and Cooking Sustainable Meat by Deborah Krasner, 2010-09-01
  3. Field Guide to Meat: How to Identify, Select, and Prepare Virtually Every Meat, Poultry, and Game Cut by Aliza Green, 2005-03-03
  4. The Complete Meat Cookbook by Bruce Aidells, Denis Kelly, 2001-09-25
  5. Primal Cuts: Cooking with America's Best Butchers by Marissa Guggiana, 2010-10-12
  6. Meat and Potatoes: 52 Recipes, from Simple to Sublime by Joan Schwartz, 2003-11-04
  7. American Game Cooking: A Contemporary Guide To Preparing Farm-raised Game Birds And Meats by Sid Goldstein, John Ash, 1993-11-20
  8. Dressing & Cooking Wild Game: From Field to Table: Big Game, Small Game, Upland Birds & Waterfowl (The Complete Hunter) by Editors of Creative Publishing, 1999-09-01
  9. Cooking With Seitan: The Complete Vegetarian "Wheat-Meat" Cookbook by Barbara Jacobs, Leonard Jacobs, 2009-06-30
  10. The Food Lover's Guide to Meat and Potatoes by Sharon Tyler Herbst, 1996-06
  11. Meat: A Kitchen Education by James Peterson, 2010-10-26
  12. The International Meat Book by Carole Lalli, 2005-02-01
  13. Lobel's Meat Bible: All You Need to Know about Meat and Poultry from America's Master Butchers by Stanley Lobel, Evan Lobel, et all 2009-05-20
  14. Jack Ubaldi's Meat Book: A Butcher's Guide to Buying, Cutting, and Cooking Meat by Jack Ubaldi, Elizabeth Crossman, 1991-08

1. PaiDom Meats Cooking Tips
Because of this difference in fat content, pasturefinished meats areeasier to dry out during the cooking process. Some folks believe
Most folks have little experience preparing pasture-finished meats. Therefore, we have compiled a few pointers to insure that your first experience is a pleasing one. Our meats are very different from the grain-fattened ones that are sold in the supermarket or most health food stores, even if those meats are organic. You see, besides being free of animal by-products, hormones, antibiotics, and other drugs, our meats are finished on pasture, so they do not contain the same fat found in grain-fed meats. Instead, they contain higher levels of Omega-3 and conjugated linoleic acids than grain-finished animals. The result is a leaner, more nutritious cut of meat. Because of this difference in fat content, pasture-finished meats are easier to dry out during the cooking process. Some folks believe that this type of meat is always tough and chewy. This toughness, however, is usually the result of improper cooking, not the fact that the meat was grown without grain. By following these basic cooking tips, we believe you will agree that not only are pasture-finished meats more healthful, but they also have a superior flavor! These tips are only suggestions. Feel free to try your own recipes or experiment. Now, man those grills (or woman them) and hearty cooking to all!

2. Meats: Cooking And Serving
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Center-of-the-plate menu items are your most expensive food cost item. They are also easy to mishandle - resulting in an expensive (and unsatisfactory) mistake. Review these guidelines on selecting, preparating and serving meats. Purchasing Beef
Fresh beef (not vacuum-packed) is bright cherry red and will be firm and elastic to the touch. Vacuum-packaged beef will be dark red, even slightly purplish.
  • Make sure the beef arrives sealed; if the seal is broken, reject the meat.
  • Vacuum-packaged beef may have an unusual odor because of no oxygen. The odor will disappear in 15-30 minutes after opening.
Storing Beef
  • Beef should be stored between 28° and 32°F.
  • Beef will absorb odors.
  • Unopened vacuum-packaged meat has a 21-day storage life in the refrigerator; once open the storage life is 2-3 days.
  • Frozen beef may be stored for 6 months at 0°F.

3. Hatfield Quality Meats Cooking Tips

4. Rubs, Seasoning For Your Meats Cooking Pleasures
The skin cooks nice and crisp. Remember to baste during cooking. Rub into pork ribs.Put rubbed ribs into the refrigerator fot 4 to 10 hours before cooking.
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5. Wis River Meats: Cooking And Handling Ideas
Always defrost and marinade meats at refrigerator temperatures!! Defrosting Meat.All meat should be defrosted in the refrigerator, or during the cooking cycle.
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Grilling Beef
Prepare charcoal for grilling. When coals are medium, ash-covered, spread in single layer. Position cooking grid. (To check temperature, cautiously hold the palm of your hand above the coals at cooking height. Count the number of seconds you can hold your hand in that position before the heat forces you to pull it away; approximately 4 seconds for MEDIUM heat.) Season beef as desired. Place on cooking grid directly over coals. Grill according to chart below, turning occasionally. (Gas grill brands vary greatly; consult owner’s manual for grilling guidelines.) Beef Cut Thickness Approximate Total Cooking Time Uncovered
(medium rare to medium) Ribeye Steak
3/4 inch 6 to 8 minutes 1 inch 11 to 14 minutes Porterhouse/T-bone 3/4 inch 10 to 12 minutes 1 inch 14 to 16 minutes Top Loin Steak, boneless

6. Mixed Meats Recipes And Cooking
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    COOKING FROZEN AND THAWED MEATS. The principle of using lower temperaturescooking is equally applicable to all meats. Frozen Roasts.
    Click here to make your Home Page COOKING FROZEN AND THAWED MEATS Updates Back Home Up ... Next COOKING FROZEN AND THAWED MEATS Most cuts of meats should be thawed or tempered before they are cooked. Bulk ground beef, diced meat, and Swiss steak should be completely thawed before they are cooked. Thawed meats and meats cooked while frozen are prepared exactly as chilled meats. The principle of using lower temperatures cooking is equally applicable to all meats. Frozen Roasts If cooked in the frozen state, roasts will require approximately one-third to one-half additional cooking time. Seasoning should be delayed until the outside is somewhat thawed and the surface is sufficiently moist to retain salt, pepper, and flour. The insertion of the meat thermometer can be delayed until the roasts are partially thawed. Ground Meats, Diced Meats, and Swiss Steak Ground meats, diced meats, and Swiss steak must be completely thawed before cooking. Beef pattie mix used for meatballs, meat patties, and meat loaf requires mixing with other ingredients and shaping before cooking. Since diced meats used in stews or other recipes often are dredged in flour and seasonings before browning, they must be thawed. Swiss steak also requires thawing before cooking. Preformed beef patties with soy, 100 percent hamburger patties, grill steak pork chops, and beef patties require tempering before cooking.

    8. The Cooking Inn : Cooking Meats
    Cooking Meats Tenderness and Appropriate Cooking Methods The heat of cooking affectstenderness in two ways 1. It tenderizes connective tissue, if moisture is
    Cooking Meats
    Tenderness and Appropriate Cooking Methods

    The heat of cooking affects tenderness in two ways:
    It tenderizes connective tissue, if moisture is present and cooking is slow.
    It toughens protein. Even meats low in connective tissue can be tough if cooked at excessively high heats for too long.
    The principle of low-heat cooking
    High heat toughens and shrinks protein and results in excessive moisture loss. Therefore, low heat cooking should be the general practice for most meat cooking methods.
    Broiling seems to be a contradiction to this rule. The reason that carefully broiled meat stays tender is that it is done quickly. It takes time for the heat to be conducted to the interior of the meat, so the inside never gets very hot. Meat broiled well done, however, is likely to be dry.
    Roasts cooked at low temperature have better yields than those roasted at high heat. That is, they shrink less and lose less moisture.
    Moist heat penetrates more quickly than dry heat. Meat should be simmered, never boiled.

    9. Cooking Advice For Whiteholme Organic Meats
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    10. Timely Topic: Cooking Temperatures For Meats
    Cooking Temperatures for Meats. Here are some updated internal cookingtemperatures established by USDA Food Safety and Inspection
    Cooking Temperatures for Meats
    Here are some updated internal cooking temperatures established by USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service for various meat items. These temperatures are recommended for consumers cooking meat products at home. Other temperatures may be recommended for food processing or foodservice operations. Product Temperature (F) Fresh Beef, Veal, Lamb Ground Products like hamburger (prepared as patties, meat loaf, meatballs, etc. 160 F. Cook until no longer pink Non-ground products like roasts: Medium Rare 145 F Medium 160 F Well Done 170 F Fresh Pork All cuts including ground product Medium 160 F Well Done 170 F Poultry Ground Chicken, Turkey 165 F Whole Chicken, Turkey Medium, Unstuffed 170 F Well Done 180 F Whole bird with stuffing (stuffing must reach 165 F) 180 F Poultry breast, roasts 170 F Thighs, Wings Cook until juices run clear Ham Fresh (raw) 160 F Fully cooked, to reheat 140 F Karen Penner, Ph.D.
    Extension Specialist, Food Science 11/93 File: CONSUMER FOOD MANAGEMENT/ Safe Food Handling

    11. Galactic Restaurant Cooking Temperatures For Meats
    Cooking Temperatures For Meats. Cook the meats thoroughly, but don'tover cook them. Heat kills bacteria, but too much heat causes
    Cooking Temperatures For Meats
    Cook the meats thoroughly, but don't over cook them. Heat kills bacteria, but too much heat causes meat, poultry and fish to to become hard and tasteless. Use a meat thermometer in the thickest part of the meat, but make sure that it doesn't touch the bone or you will get a false reading. The USDA says to cook your meat at least to the following internal temperatures.
    Beef, Pork, Lamb and Veal 160F Poultry 180F Stuffing 165F Boneless turkey roast 170F to 175F Fish and seafood 145F To reduce the formation of harmful stuff in your food, microwave your meat, poultry or fish on high for 30 to 90 seconds or until the juices start to flow. Then pour them off before you start cooking. Please send comments to

    12. Recipes, Cooking & Culinary Directory: Mixed Meats
    Cooking/Soups and Stews/Mixed Meats Chef2Chef international culinary directoryto recipes and cooking. Z2 Home Cooking Soups and Stews Mixed Meats.
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    • Kentucky Burgoo A full and simple recipe using beef, pork, chicken, or game making one gallon of soup, at Cookshoppe.

    13. MSU-Northern: Wellness - Cooking Tips: Meats
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    Fish Poultry Whether you want to lower your cholesterol level, lose weight or cut down on salt, these cooking tips can make it easier to do all three. Remember, for balanced eating, you need some protein foods every day. Buy fish, chicken, turkey and lean meats more often than fatty beef, lamb, pork and ham, which contain more saturated fat and less meat per pound. Fish
    • Fish is low in sodium, and it generally contains less saturated fat than red meat and about the same (or slightly less) cholesterol. For a cholesterol-lowering diet, this gives fish a slight edge over lean red meat and a definite edge over fatty red meat. That's why it's often recommended that fish be eaten two or three times a week. All fresh and frozen fish are good selections, as is tuna canned in water or rinsed. Uncreamed or smoked herring and sardines, canned in tomato sauce or rinsed, are good choices. Shrimp, lobster, crab, crayfish and most other shellfish are very low in fat. But ounce for ounce, some varieties contain more sodium and cholesterol than do poultry, meat or other fish. Even these can be eaten occasionally within the recommended guidelines of 300 milligrams of cholesterol per day.

    14. Bisher's Quality Meats: This Week's Specials
    h h. BISHER'S QUALITY meats cooking Tips. Beef Roasts (Oven Roasting)such as Prime Rib, Cross Rib, Sirloin –. Place seasoned meat
    h h B ISHER'S Q UALITY M EATS Cooking Tips Place seasoned meat in baking dish into a preheated 500° oven and seer for 15 minutes. Reduce heat to 325° and cook for 15 minutes per pound. Place seasoned roast in hot, oiled skillet until both sides are browned. Place in Crock-Pot with water and beef broth on low and let cook several hours. Add ¼ potatoes and carrots 2 hours before serving and onions 1 hour before serving. Beef Steaks – All of our steaks are cut at 1¼" and are perfect for Grilling or Broiling. They will take about 8 minutes a side for Medium Rare; 10 minutes for Medium-Medium Well. For Pan Frying Steaks, have us split your steak and cook about 3-4 minutes per side. Home This Week's Specials Cooking Tips Freezer Packages ... Contact Us All Rights Reserved

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    16. Gourmet Recipes Warehouse, Cooking Suggestions, Alligator Meats, Ostrich Meats,
    Buy today, wholesale direct, heart healthy red meats low fat foods, gaame meats are alternatives to beef, poultry, turkey, pork, food products. Specialty Shopping Malls, Stores, Shops Warehouse Pray for America Buy today, unique exotic animal gifts, cosmetics, health care, gifts, fine leather goods, fashion apparel, belts, boots, feathers, boas, novelty, purses, shoes, wallets, more. CLICK HERE to See Our Unique Specialty Products Guaranteed Secure Gourmet Recipes, Cooking Suggestions, Alligator Meats, Ostrich Meats, Turtle Meats Exciting Exotic Recipes and Cooking Suggestions Great heart healthy red meat recipes for great tasting heart health ostrich, turtle and alligator meats melt in your mouth. Note All products meet or exceed USDA Meat Inspection quality standards FLIGHTLESS BIRD MEAT COOKING SUGGESTIONS The following is a concise list of suggestions for Cooking Exotic Meats (Ostrich, Rhea, Emu, Alligator).

    17. Holiday Meats: Not Just Turkey
    Safe food preparation, roasting times and temperatures for many kinds of meat and poultry.Category Home cooking Safety...... Boned and rolled meats require more cooking time per pound than bonein cutsbecause it takes longer for the heat to penetrate through the solid meat.
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    No doubt about it, holiday time is turkey time. Of the 71 million fresh whole turkeys eaten in one year, 58 million (or 82 percent) were served at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Yet numerous other meats are also traditional at holiday gatherings. Some families choose a rib roast, others a ham and some will have the butcher arrange a crown roast of lamb. HGIC 3560, How To Cook Turkey
    When choosing your holiday meat, be assured that all beef, lamb, pork, veal and poultry sold at your supermarket have been inspected for wholesomeness by the USDA or state inspection systems. Once your purchase is at home, refrigerate it immediately and cook or freeze fresh poultry within a day or two; fresh meats, three to five days. Observe "use-by dates" on hams sealed at the plant; for store-wrapped cooked ham portions, use within three to five days. Cook-before-eating hams have been heat treated to destroy trichinae but must be fully cooked at home within seven days. Wild game bagged by hunters obviously has not been federally or state-inspected so care must be taken to handle it safely. Parasites such as

    18. Cooking Meats - Cooking Louisiana
    cooking Louisiana cooking meats meats are the basis for many mealsas we all know. cooking meats properly is of great importance.
    C o o k ... a - Cooking Meats M eats are the basis for many meals as we all know. Your basic meats are beef, pork and chicken. Then from there Louisiana folks have the wild game such as venison, duck, goose, frog legs, turtle, alligator, raccoon and squirrel. If you're not from here I'm sure a few of these wouldn't be on your list of main courses, but us South La. Cooks most certainly will. Frog legs, turtle and alligator are in the seafood section here. Bar-B-Qs, pot roasting, smothering, casseroles, sauce piqaunts, sausages and dressings are some of the favorite cooking methods. Below is a short discussion on cooking, handling and seasoning of meats. For the most part this is a short meat safety course! Cooking meats properly is of great importance. Uncooked and undercooked meats can cause many health problems so follow the guidelines. The most important guideline to stamp on your forehead is; Cook all meats to the proper internal temperature. For Beef and Pork, an internal (center of the thickest part) temperature of no less than

    19. Creative Cooking Tips - Microwave Fresh Vegetables
    cooking instructions for fresh and frozen vegetables, convenience foods, meats, syrups and candies, plus articles on microwave cooking.

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    Fresh Vegetable Cooking Stir halfway through cooking time. Slightly undercool vegetables and allow 5 minutes standing time. When cooking with salt, place on the bottom of cooking pan. Vegetable Quantity Cooking Time Artichokes (3" in diameter) 5 - 6 min. 2 teaspoons lemon juice and 2 tablespoon water in deep covered glass utensil. Cook upside down. Artichokes 12 - 14 min. 2 teaspoons lemon juice plus 1 cup boiling water in 3 - qt. glass casserole. Cook upside down. Asparagus (4" pieces) 5 - 7 min. 1/4 cup water, 1/4 teaspoon salt in 1 1/2-qt. covered casserole. Beans, Butter 1 lb. 6 - 8 min. 1/2 cup water in 1-qt. covered casserole. Beans, Butter 2 lb. 9 - 11 min. 1/2 cup water in 1 1/2-qt. covered casserole. Beans, Green or Wax 1 lb.

    20. Meat - Cooking Louisiana
    Other meats mentioned in the beginning of this page should be handled ina similar manner. On to cooking Meat Cook me something mister ..
    HOME What's New Foods of Louisiana Recipes ... Meat info Seafood info Vegetables info Sauces Stocks Cooking Cooking Meat ... Contributions Meat
    M eat is the basis for many meals as we all know. Your basic meats are beef, pork and chicken. Then from there Louisiana folks have the wild game such as venison, duck, goose, frog legs, turtle, alligator, raccoon and squirrel. If you're not from here I'm sure a few of these wouldn't be on your list of main courses, but us South La. Cooks most certainly will. Frog legs, turtle and alligator are in the seafood section. Bar-B-Qs pot roasting smothering casseroles ... sausages and dressings are some of the favorite cooking methods in south Louisiana. Here's a few meat facts..... Beef Beef is USDA graded as follows (from best downward): Prime, Choice and Select. (Remember PCS). Choice and Select are normally found in your local grocery. Prime is sometimes found in specialty meat markets but usually reserved for restaurants. There are lower grades but you'll not usually find them in your grocery! Un-graded meat is also available and many stores carry it. Is it a good grade? Most probably so, but, you must know that up front so you can modify the way you cook it to compensate for the lower quality! USDA also says ....There are four basic major (primal) cuts into which beef is separated: chuck, loin, rib, and round. It is recommended that packages of fresh beef purchased in the supermarket be labeled with the primal cut as well as the product, such as "chuck roast" or "round steak." This helps consumers know what type of heat is best for cooking the product. Generally, chuck and round are less tender and require moist heat such as braising; loin and rib can be cooked by dry heat methods such as broiling or grilling.

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