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Look for more marbling and lighter-colored meat, which indicates the “ribs” came from the rib end. How to cook it: Start by placing the spareribs in an acidic marinade to help tenderize the meat. Then do what I do, put the spareribs in a slow cooker with your favorite barbecue sauce at 250°F [120°C] for 4 to 6 hours. Remove them from the slow cooker and THE E VE RY DAY M E AT G UI DE put them on a wooden barbecue plank (to contain the mess and keep the ribs from sticking), brush with more barbecue sauce, and grill over medium-high heat for 10 to 15 minutes, just until they get a nice crust on the outside.
It should be white to light gray. The darker the bone, the older the meat. per side. You want the interior temperature to be around 140°F [60°C]. Leave them to rest for 5 minutes; they will continue to cook (known as carry-over cooking) to medium-rare and will reach the requisite 145°F [63°C]. 018 050 Tenderloin This is the most tender cut in a pig, and one of my favorite cuts among all meats. Pork tenderloin is the perfect combination of lean, tender, flavorful, and easy to cook. The flavor holds up well to freezing and the meat thaws quickly, making it a great item to stock up on whenever it’s on sale.
Kosher turkeys, for instance, are always sold brined. 1. 8 L] of brine. Mix into 8 to 10 cups of cool water, and add flavoring spices as desired. Chili powder, garlic salt, onion powder, and cumin are all good choices. 2. Submerge the turkey, using weights as necessary to ensure it doesn’t float. The brine should cover the bird. Add ice to keep the bird cool if you aren’t chilling the container in your refrigerator. 3. Remove the turkey and discard the brine. Rinse the turkey thoroughly inside and out and pat dry.