Father's Day is the biggest beef eating day of the year, with over 80 million pounds consumed.
To prevent the fat from splattering when frying sausage, try flouring them lightly.
If you place a small piece of ice inside your meatballs before browning, they will be moist.
Flat beer and hard cider are excellent for tenderizing beef. Their fermtation qualities do the trick.
A Good Brown Gravy for Roasts
Place dry onion soup mix in the bottom of your roaster pan. When you remove the roast, add one can of mushroom soup and you will have a good brown gravy.
If venison is soaked in ginger ale overnight, it will eliminate the gamey flavor.
Tenderizing Roasts with Tomatoes
Tomatoes added to roasts will help tenderize them naturally. Tomatoes contain an acid that works well to break down meats.
Bacon Curling while Frying
To eliminate bacon curling, try soaking the bacon in cold water for two minutes before frying. Dry well with paper towels. If they still curl, sprinkle with flour. If they still insist on curling, you are out of luck.