How to Break Down a Whole Chicken Easily

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Want to hone your kitchen technique and save a little money on poultry? Whether you’re making stew or stock, it’s time to learn how to break down a chicken. Cutting whole poultry into parts isn’t as hard as you might think, and it will soon become your favorite skill to practice. Read on to get our tips now on Foodal.

Meat Thermometers: Take the Guesswork Out of Cooking Protein

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Using a simple little gadget like a meat thermometer can prevent over or under-cooked meat, and eliminates guesswork altogether – making you look like a brilliant star in the kitchen! Simple to use, inexpensive, and small enough to store in a drawer, an accurate thermometer can deliver sumptuous, and perfectly cooked meats time after time.

How to Debone and Roll a Standing Rib Roast

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Deboning and rolling your standing rib roast or bone-in ribeye can help the outside become nice and crusty while maintaining that beautiful pink interior that we all crave. Find out how it’s done now.

Spatchcocking: Your New Best Friend for Preparing Poultry

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Do you have problems regulating the heat between the breast and leg areas of your bird? Do you find that in order to thoroughly cook the dark meat, the white meat is forced to get too hot and therefore gets dry? Try spatchcocking your chicken, turkey, or other poultry on your next cook.

Mike’s All-Purpose Dry Rub for Chicken

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Are you searching for the perfect dry rub that gives you tasty results with your chicken? A dry rub can give your bird the ultimate in a crispy skin with juicy and flavorful meat underneath. Try our rub recipe. Sweet, spicy, amazing texture, and out of this world flavor. And it works whether you are baking, roasting, grilling, or smoking!

Meat Eaters Only: The 6 Most Famous German Sausage Varieties

Meat Eaters Only - The 6 Most Famous German Sausages | Foodal.com

Nuremberger, Mettwurst, Bratwurst…you may have heard the names, but got too confused about the differences in these sausage types. Get to know Germany’s best varieties, and explore the country’s mouth-watering specialties. The different consistencies and flavors cater to all tastes and occasions. Getting hungry? Read on now!