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How to Cook Pork Intestines

How to Cook Pork Intestines

2017-06-21 17:38:01 0 Comments 1 views Food and Drink category

Pork intestines may not sound like the most appetizing food, but they are a specialty dish in Asian, Eastern European and African-American cuisines, among others. Chitterlings, often pronounced "chitlins," is one of more common pork intestine dishes in American restaurants. Because of the high water content, pork intestines shrink down

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Is Broiling or Baking Chicken Healthier?

Is Broiling or Baking Chicken Healthier?

2017-06-19 20:26:01 0 Comments 3 views Food and Drink category

Chicken, especially the breast, is one of the healthiest sources of animal protein you can eat. Frying is not the healthiest way to go when cooking chicken, but that still leaves a lot of options. You won’t find a simple answer to whether or not it’s better to broil or

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How to Slow Cook Lamb Chops With Onions

How to Slow Cook Lamb Chops With Onions

2017-06-18 22:18:01 0 Comments 6 views Food and Drink category

You might be inclined to make pork chops, but for an interesting alternative try lamb chops. However, lamb is fattier than some other meats with 18 g of fat, 7 of which are saturated, in a 3-oz. loin chop. The same serving size of a pork loin chop contains 9

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How to Cook Boneless Beef Shank

How to Cook Boneless Beef Shank

2017-06-17 10:12:01 0 Comments 4 views Food and Drink category

Also known as center beef shanks or crosscut shank steaks, the beef shank is cut from the muscular upper front leg of the beef. A rather tough cut of meat, the shank is often added to soups and stews. However, a boneless shank is tender when braised in liquids and

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How to Bake One Pound of Chicken Breast at 375 Degrees

How to Bake One Pound of Chicken Breast at 375 Degrees

2017-06-17 00:10:01 0 Comments 4 views Food and Drink category

Skinless chicken breast is a healthy source of protein with less saturated fat, cholesterol and calories than red meat. You sacrifice some built-in flavor for going healthier, but don't despair. Chicken has such mild flavor, you can do pretty much anything to it to please your palate. The most important

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How to Reheat a Roast in a Crock-Pot

How to Reheat a Roast in a Crock-Pot

2017-06-15 04:50:01 0 Comments 9 views Food and Drink category

The Crock-Pot, which is a trademarked name by the Rival corporation, is a slow cooker that cooks or reheats food without constant supervision. Slow cookers are a small kitchen appliance that consists of a metal housing unit that features controls, a ceramic or porcelain cooking pot, and a lid. The

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How to Cook Thick Sliced Bacon in the Microwave

How to Cook Thick Sliced Bacon in the Microwave

2017-06-13 03:08:01 0 Comments 6 views Food and Drink category

Bacon is traditionally cured strips of pork but can be made from turkey, chicken, beef, goat or lamb. Bacon strips are cut in varying degrees of thicknesses, which affects the texture of the meat. Thicker bacon can be chewier or crunchier, and it often has a richer flavor. Microwaving bacon

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How to Cook Salted Pork Belly

2017-06-12 12:48:02 0 Comments 7 views Food and Drink category

Pork belly is a cut of meat that is very high in fat content, which gives the meat its rich taste. Salted pork belly is not as common as its unsalted brethren. While salted pork belly has technically been cured already, it can be cooked in a variety of different

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How to Barbeque London Broil on Gas Grill

How to Barbeque London Broil on Gas Grill

2017-06-12 08:10:01 0 Comments 8 views Food and Drink category

London broil is not a cut of meat, but a type of beef preparation that involves marinating then slowly cooking a thick cut of meat. According to a 2011 article in "The New York Times," London broils can come from the round, flank, shoulder or sirloin of the cow. Regardless

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What are the Dangers of Cooked Meat Left Out Overnight?

What are the Dangers of Cooked Meat Left Out Overnight?

2017-06-10 09:14:01 0 Comments 4 views Food and Drink category

Until refrigeration became cheap and widespread in the 20th century, our forebears kept leftovers covered at room temperature in their pantries. Not surprisingly, sudden illnesses were also common in those days. In the modern era of powerful microscopes, homemakers now have the luxury of understanding the life cycle of bacteria

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