The ideal temperature of a properly smoked brisket is 195°F, but keep in mind that the internal temp of the brisket can increase by 10 degrees even after…

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It is important to read the whole recipe before you begin cooking. This helps you know how the dish is made. All recipes start with the name of…

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Based on research done over the past few years, scientists now believe that you do, in fact, get more calories from the same amount of food when it’s…

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How do I pan fry without making a mess? How to Deep-Fry Food Without Making a Hot Mess 1) Use a deep, wide pot like a stockpot (or…

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Ground beef cooks quite fast. It doesn’t need more than 5 minutes (depending on the base of your pan and the amount of meat of course). Just take…

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Yes, it’s fine to refrigerate cooked fish. Many types of fish are excellent (better, even) served cold — shrimp and salmon are good examples. If you can eat…

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You want to remove the lid from your pan and let the quinoa continue to cook in the residual heat so that it can absorb the liquid, rather…

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It is possible to sauté cooked shrimp without ruining their texture, but you must be thoughtful about how you approach the task. Ultimately, you are re-heating the shrimp…

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Still, I like the taste, and that quinoa is high in protein and gluten-free. … You can eat this hot or cold – and if you serve it…

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400°F is the perfect temperature for cooking a whole bird. You’ll get crispy skin without compromising tenderness. Depending on the size of your bird, it should take anywhere…

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