Meat Cooking Reference

Meat Cooking Reference


Quick reference to cooking meat using oven, grill and deep fry for beef, chicken, pork, fish and lamb. Includes quick diagram of difference cuts or parts to help selecting meat at the grocery store and more.
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Quick reference to cooking meat using oven, grill and deep fry for beef, chicken, pork, fish and lamb. Includes quick diagram of difference cuts or parts to help selecting meat at the grocery store and more.

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A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
Looks cheap, doesnt fit my screen properly and is not comprehensive
A Google User
Oct 10, 2013
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A Google User
Apr 30, 2012
It's ok It has the correct temperatures as per the fda, but what about actual temps? There are 2 charts, the fda information and the temps chefs use. For instance, if u cook a whole chicken to 180 it will be dry, most restraint chefs will cook it to about 160 and let it rest to achieve a perfect day moist chicken.. Please update with restaurant cooking temps? Fda is correct but very overkill and much higher than I need to go to. Also needs info about resting times to help non experienced cooks.
A Google User
Apr 30, 2012
It's ok It has the correct temperatures as per the fda, but what about actual temps? There are 2 charts, the fda information and the temps chefs use. For instance, if u cook a whole chicken to 180 it will be dry, most restraint chefs will cook it to about 160 and let it rest to achieve a perfect day moist chicken.. Please update with restaurant cooking temps? Fda is correct but very overkill and much higher than I need to go to. Also needs info about resting times to help non experienced cooks.
BryEDS
Apr 30, 2012
It's ok It has the correct temperatures as per the fda, but what about actual temps? There are 2 charts, the fda information and the temps chefs use. For instance, if u cook a whole chicken to 180 it will be dry, most restraint chefs will cook it to about 160 and let it rest to achieve a perfect day moist chicken.. Please update with restaurant cooking temps? Fda is correct but very overkill and much higher than I need to go to. Also needs info about resting times to help non experienced cooks.