Cooking Tips for Beef, Pork, and Chicken

Why is some food great tasting and some not so great tasting? It Because of the way it's cooked. There are little cooking tips that make a big difference when it comes to the taste of the food your cooking.

If you want your beef, pork, and chicken to be moist, and succulent then following these tips will help make a world of difference when it comes to the taste of your meats.

Cooking Tips

First, after removing the meat from the heat source always allow the meat to rest for ten minutes before serving to allow the juices to absorb back into the meat.

Second, Marinades tenderize tough cuts of meat, adds flavor to almost any cut and keeps the meat moist. Most meats benefit from a minimum of two hours of marinating, overnight is the refrigerator is even better.

Thirdly, To avoid cross contamination, when cooking be sure to put the cooked food on a clean plate, not the same platter that held the raw meat.

Fourth, Always refrigerate left over's right away.

And Five, Wash all utensils, cutting surfaces and counters with hot soapy water after contact with raw meat.

It's such a real shame these days. First no one under the age of 50 knows what good tasting food is, it's not food cooked by some minimum wage worker at some fast food place. It's not corporate food, these guys are in it for the money. Good tasting food takes tender loving care, like Grand Ma used to make. That takes putting in the time. Something none of us have these days.

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