Lamb shoulder has more flavour and is easier to cook than other parts of the lamb. It’s virtually foolproof, takes minimal effort, and is so freaking tender that you could even use your hands to carve it (maybe don’t do that though). Basically, there is absolutely no way you could mess up this cook, especially since you are using MEATER. Everyone will think you are a lamb CHEF.
Cooking a meal is a gift from the heart and it’ll be better than any restaurant. But don’t sweat it, MEATER is here to help! Cook her NY steak over low heat (250F) and then reverse sear it for that signature crust. The Smart Wireless Meat Thermometer will let you know when it’s cooked just the way she likes it.
Check out some tips on cooking a turkey that you can rub in the faces of your loved ones--figuratively, of course (at least until next year). You can also read these tips below the video. If you’re new to MEATER, we recommend trying out the product with some simple cooks so that you can get accustomed to it before any high-stakes cooks.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a food more universally adored than bacon. It’s such a staple in American cuisine--and American culture in general--that it’s difficult to imagine anything better. As it turns out, though, there is a lesser-known meat treat that’s proving a worthy challenger. We asked some of our MEATER fans whether they preferred classic bacon or pork belly burnt ends, and the latter proved to be the pinnacle of pork dishes.
This is one of the classic steakhouse sauces. It’s pretty much good on any meat or poultry. It’s excellent with grilled meats, but where you can get a little extra flavor is by reverse searing a steak in a cast iron pan. The fond or caramelized meat drippings will add body and so much flavor to your sauce.
Our friend, author, grilling extraordinaire, and all-around Southern gentleman Matt Moore stopped by the MEATER blog to share a delicious recipe from his new book, Serial Griller: Grillmaster Secrets for Flame-Cooked Perfection. Matt’s super succulent, sweet and spicy Sorghum-Glazed Pork Chops are perfect for the grill. Using Matt’s brine recipe and your MEATER, you’ll get a perfectly grilled, flavorful, and tender chop.