Greetings Carnivores, Todays’ thoughts come by way of an old friends’ question regarding Beef ribs and how they stack up against the Pork Ribs. Firstly, the two of them are an obvious “Apples to Oranges” […]
Tag: Low and slow
Pork back ribs vs side ribs … the debate rages on.
Greetings Carnivores, You know, … I’ve been thinking about this post for a very long time now because it’s one of the ALL TIME biggest questions I get asked. At the end of the day […]
Shanks, Shins and Hocks = FLAVOUR !!
Greeting Carnivores, I hope you’re hungry today. As most of you already know, from reading and following along here, I’ve been preaching for a LONG time now about how there really aren’t any bad cuts […]
The Mock Tender … MOCK being the operative word
Greetings Carnivores, I get asked questions all the time about certain cuts. Where do they come from? How do I cook this? Can I substitute something else for this cut or that cut? One particular […]
Wet heat? Dry heat? Beef Roasts and Steaks 101
Greetings Carnivores, It’s been a while for me and as such, Cyberspace has seen a significant void in the ‘ol Carnivore confidential blog but, I assure those of you whom have wondered … “Hey ??? […]
Fat’s where it’s at !!! Thick cut VS. the fast fry … here’s the skinny.
Greetings Carnivores, Don’t do it! PLEASE don’t ask me to cut you a “thinner” steak or chop !! Unless you’re preparing Rouladen, Schnitzel or Scallopini, you are doing the meat a dreadful disservice by cutting […]