For more uniform cooking, start with spareribs that have been trimmed of the brisket bone and extra meat.
What, exactly, is salt pork?
What does it mean to “cut across the grain” of meat, and why is it so important?
The test kitchen likes to use highly seasoned pork sausages to add meaty, spicy depth to soups, stews, stuffings, casseroles, pasta, rice dishes, and even meatballs and meatloaf. Here are the four types we use most.
What’s the best way to check a steak for doneness?
Making a shallow indentation in the center of the patty is the first step toward a great burger.