The Meat Cookbook: Know the Cuts, Master the Skills, over 250 Recipes (Hardcover)
A meat feast awaits! Become an expert on buying, preparing and cooking meat.
From discovering why cuts matter to learning how to recognize top-quality meat, this is your one-stop, practical guide. It contains everything you’ve ever wanted to know about meat.
Inside the pages of this meat recipe book, you’ll find:
• A comprehensive course in preparing and cooking meat with over 250 recipes.
• Recipes feature timing and temperature charts to help you create the perfect flavor, plus help you choose which herbs go with different dishes.
• A unique “How to Butcher” section provides illustrated step-by-steps and focuses on cuts of meat that can be easily butchered at home.
• Expert advice from butchers on the best cooking techniques, as well as tips on how to use a meat thermometer, how to test for “doneness” and how to experiment with flavor pairings.
Whether you want to learn how to slow-cook for maximum flavor or create the perfect Sunday roast, this cookbook has all the answers for meat lovers eager to try working with different meats and cuts. Get the best from your meat with step-by-step preparation and cooking techniques, and learn key home butchery skills, like needling, frenching, rolling and tying.
Find out everything there is to know about well-raised meat — where to buy it and why it tastes better. Cook more than 250 of the world's best poultry, pork, beef, lamb and game dishes like Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Portuguese Pork with Clams, Kerala Beef and Barbecued Moroccan Lamb. With The Meat Cookbook, you’ll become a connoisseur in no time!
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