Stevia is said to be OK for someone who is diabetic. Like all things, however, it's best not to consume too much of any artificial sweetner because there many be risks down the road. A person should consult a doctor if they're not sure.
I would think so. If it is discolored it probably has gone rotten. If you are talking about dark red or black, it might just be over done. If you are talking about yellow or green with fuzz, then yes, It is spoiled. :)
No, the idea of a marinade is to infuse the meat with flavor. If you then cook it in the marinade, it will be too strong a taste. Plus, it'll boil, making it pretty tough. The exception would be braising, which is slow-cooking at a low temperature in either wine, stock, tomato sauce, or combinations of them, with some chopped aromatic vegetables and herbs. In that case, you simply brown the meat (some don't) and put into the liquid to cook. Technically, this is cooking it in a marinade.
You can average about 3 or 4 ounces of meat per person so 200 people would need about 50 pounds of meat. If you plan to serve both chicken and beef, you probably want 25 pounds of chicken meat and 25 pounds of beef.
because the iron in the steak helps the swelling go down.
you can keep beef up to a year in the freezer
Scalloped potatoe's go very well with ham. If you plan on serving the ham cold a potato salad is another suggestion. If pasta is more to your liking, alfreado sause is easy to make and goes with just about any pasta.
it varies on the different sauces you get, some can be a lot and some can be as little as 2 points.
i have been with weight watchers for the past 7years and i am in fine figure, i recommend the weight watchers hot sauce.
Yes. However, one must never use cooked meat as a large part of a cat's diet as cooked meat hasn't got many of the nutrients a cat requires. Good, high quality cat food has plenty of meat and added supplements to give a cat all it needs. Raw meat contains many nutrients for a cat, but such a diet needs to be carefully planned and must also consist of organs and bone for a raw diet to be nutritionally complete and balanced.
Like any red meats it should be allowed to set before serving, or the juices run too quickly. A thin steak (something abhorrent to me) need only set a few minutes as it cools quickly. A well cooked [I like medium rare] steak about 1 1/4" thick grilled hot should set about 5 minutes to reabsorb the juices into the grain of the meat, before serving it. If you're in doubt, you can poke it to see if it 'bleeds', but don't cut into it.
The larger the cut of beef the longer it needs to set, but most large cuts [roasts] are good after 10 - 15 minutes.
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The steak can be rare, medium or well-done. The eggs can be "up" (sunnyside up), "over" scrambled or poached. For example, you would simply say: "The steak medium rare, and the eggs over, please".
I think yes it is open 24 hours
It is compared to the American pot roast by some.. it is a cheaper cut of meat simmered in a sauce of tomatoes till medium rare, and cut thin, then topped with the sauce....so good
It depends some cost 6.99 or 5.99 or 4.99
If the cow was slaughtered by Jewish law, then yes. If you would like to see where you can get one of this delicious steaks, you can try www.GlattOnDemand.com. They have plenty of Hanger Steaks.
See, I'm not a big steak fan, but to me, steak tastes very salty, and meaty. Most of the taste comes from the fat...so says my dad. I don't know though i don't eat it that much. So this is as best as i can give you. Sorry
There is also a 6th way steak can be requested to be cooked which is blue. Blue steak is literally just flashing the raw meat in a pan for a few seconds on each side. It is not a popular request.
No. If they did it would be a portion of their marketing. Omaha Steaks sells factory beef at a premium that is laced up with tenderizers, preservatives, antibiotics, hormones, and every other mechanically and technologically engineered aspect you could consider. Just purchase beef that is specified organic and you will save money and your lifespan.
The Chicago Steak company specializes in hand-cut, mid-west raised, USDA Prime beef, the very best steaks money can buy. CSC raises, trims & ages each steak using centuries-old techniques, then vacuum seals each one,locking in the flavor & freshness.
The difference between "normal" cheese and a vegetarian cheese is the type of rennet that is used. An animal based rennet is typical in regular cheese, whereas in a vegetarian cheese it would be planet based. Rennet is used for coagulation in the process of making cheese.