April
8
2016

Guide to Selecting the right Sized Blades for Manual Meat Grinders

There’s no better way to know what you’re getting in a pound of ground beef than by grinding it yourself. The right-sized blades for your grinder are listed in the owner’s manual for your meat grinder. They’re mostly fixed in stone. However, you can change the plates on your manual grinder to get coarser or […]

April
7
2016

How to Buy Leaner Cuts and Types of Meats

A nutritious, balanced diet includes two to three daily servings from the meat food group, which is made up not only of red meat and poultry but also fish, eggs, legumes, tofu, and peanut butter. Small servings of lean meat deliver a solid amount of nutrients without too much fat. Red meat, such as steaks, […]

April
7
2016

Tips for Buying Wild Game

Under the laws of most of the United States – Alaska may be an exception – it is illegal to sell wild game. Any website or mail-order company purporting to offer “wild game” – animals taken from the wild – in the USA is either breaking the law or making a fraudulent claim. The situation […]

April
7
2016

The Healthiest Cuts of Buffalo Meat

Buffalo meat, or Bison, is becoming more and more popular in the US among people who are heart health conscious. Although it still occupies a small percentage of the meat market it can be found in ever increasing quantities in specialty butcher shops and grocery stores. There are specific cuts of Buffalo, as there are with […]

April
6
2016

Making Meat Tomato Sauce in Bulk can Save both Time and Money

There are many different ways to make sauce using tomatoes as a base. It can be a plain tomato sauce or one that includes a variety of ingredients. One of the benefits of tomato sauce is that it can be made either meatless or with meat. Whatever your preference, there are benefits to making sauce […]

April
6
2016

Choosing and Preparing Poultry Safely

It’s no secret that North Americans have birds on the brain. Turkey, for example, has made its way to the table year-round, and, for the health-conscious, chicken has replaced beef as the staple of choice. It’s no wonder: poultry is rich in protein and can be prepared to suit any palate. Yet it is also […]

April
5
2016

Eating Dog

Eating dog? Someone said most people could not or would not do it. Well, most people aren’t American. Most people aren’t even North American. For instance Asia eats dog and with relish. Eating dog is like eating hot dogs, it is so cultural based and so head based. A vegan friend of mind like to […]

April
5
2016

Thawing out Frozen Turkey the Safe and Easy way

The key to safely thawing a turkey is to keep the external temperature low enough to retard the growth of bacteria while allowing the interior of the turkey to thaw. Planning ahead is important to allow adequate time for the turkey to thaw safely. That said, some methods are quicker than others, and will allow […]

April
4
2016

How to Serve Foie Gras

The meaning of Foie Gras means “Fat Goose Liver”, it is usually the very large livers of specially feed geese or ducks. The difference of both of these livers is that the goose liver is larger that a duck’s liver and has a more of a resistance to heat meaning that it does not melt […]

April
3
2016

Ideas for getting Multiple Meals out of a Single Pork Roast

When you’re on a tight budget, a single pork roast has got to go a long, long way. You could just roast the whole thing up and serve the leftovers as sandwiches, but you can do even better than that. With a little ingenuity, a single five-pound roast can be stretched to feed a family […]