Posts tagged meat
Checking In On Your Meat Safety

If one good thing came out of the shutdown perhaps it is a growing realization that all of our food is actually inspected. While people seem to know this in the abstract it became much clearer once everyone started to read about how much rigor goes into our food supply. There are a lot of mechanisms in place to try and keep us all safe across an almost unfathomably large food chain.

This website is all about judgement-free cooking so if you don’t have time to get to a local butcher, I completely understand. But if that’s the case then it’s all the more important that you understand the differences in larger-scale food and what is safe versus what is healthy.

When it comes to meat, there is a lot to know when it comes to health that might behoove you to buy higher quality meat. But in terms of safety we are very lucky that the system is in place to keep us as safe as possible (with the understanding that, of course, nothing is infallible) no matter the price point. So I was happy to put on my Dr Oz Food Investigator hat this week to chat with him about meat safety and a viral photo that had a lot of people nervous. Watch the video below to see the whole segment and hopefully feel a little bit better when it comes to buying your meat, no matter what circumstances you are purchasing under!

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Understanding Regional Barbecue

There aren't a lot of topics that inspire quite as much debate as barbecue. According to Matt Moore, the author of the awesomely titled 'The South's Best Butts', whatever BBQ you grew up with is what you remain loyal to. But even for those of us who love a good low-and-slow cooked piece of meat, it can often seem overwhelming to distinguish all the different types. So we got Moore to break it down for us.

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