I love jerky because it’s a great source of protein when you’re on those long hiking or camping trips and just need a quick pick-me-up. It’s pretty tasty too, and light enough that you can easily stash away dozens of jerky packs in your bag without weighing yourself down.
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My husband and I set off the other day for a journey from Philadelphia to Kentucky. Since he was driving, I decided to watch It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia on my tablet. I had never watched the show before, but I made it to series five before the character Charlie Kelly orders milk steak.
A sous vide London Broil is an amazingly American dish, in spite of the French used in the description and the reference to London, England. It is a cooking method long used by fancy restaurants to make cuts of beef that are ordinarily tough and unpalatable into a delicious serving of meat. Some fanciers say that it is less a cut of meat and much more a cooking method.
Pancetta, sometimes misspelled as panchetta or pancheta, is an Italian cured meat that’s absolutely delicious. Sometimes marked as “Italian bacon,” pancetta is a wonderful addition to salads, sandwiches, and party platters. If you’ve got an easily available local source of pancetta, you can also use it as a soup starter or quick way to flavor just about anything that you’re cooking with a healthy dose of porky goodness.
People love bacon for many reasons, and over the years, there has been a focus on center cut bacon. Before I get into what this is and the differences it has with other kinds of bacon such as the regular cut, I find that I should first give you a brief introduction to bacon cuts.
Last Updated Jan 2020 – Are you more than a bit annoyed by the sometimes arduous process of red copper pan cleaning? While many people understand how to season a cast iron skillet or even a stainless steel skillet, the knowledge of how to season a red copper pan is somewhat rare.
When searching for good jerky guns, the choice is endless. It’s a tough task to choose which jerky gun is going to do the best job and which will be the perfect fit for your kitchen.
Seeing veal, beef, and chicken liver at your local butcher’s shop is pretty common- so why is there not much love for pork liver? The best answer to this is that most folks just don’t know how to prepare pork liver properly.
As a person that knows his way around a cut of beef, you’d be amazed that even I don’t always get it right. When I’m purchasing my meat for the week at my local butcher, I always make sure to consult the clerks before I make any quick decisions because the wrong cut of meat can ruin a meal.
One of my camping buddies recently gave me some homemade rabbit meat jerky , and suffice to say, I was pleasantly surprised. It doesn’t taste like beef- the flavor was less intense, but with just a tad bit of sweetness. It’s pretty similar to chicken, but richer.