How To Make That Beef Roast Last

Years ago I heard an elder statesman remark "If you work within the food industry, you will always have work." With that thought in mind I believe the main focus in 2009 will again be the food we eat. Yes the preparation techniques will change from year to year. The portion size will fluctuate based on the percent of profit necessary to keep a business open. A good example is Coke's "new" idea of a sixteen ounce bottle replacing the twenty ounce bottle for under a dollar.

Brining is a great way of keeping meat from drying out during the extended cooking process. Pork today is a whole lot leaner than it was a few generations ago, and brining is important in order to keep pork meat moist in place of a higher fat content. For a cut that is anywhere between five to eight pounds, make the brine from 2 quarts water, half a cup of salt and half a cup of sweetener. Use the sweetener of your choice. This can be regular sugar, molasses, etc. Spices and herbs can be added to the brine as well. The meat should be completely submerged in the brine and kept in the refrigerator for ten to twelve hours.

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Then, I began to let go of my frustrations. Perhaps this person was not enlightened to what a Slow Cooker could truly do, and the amazing benefits it offers. When I was growing up, the only things I remember eating from a crock pot were chili, pot roasts, and pork chops. I was astounded when my aunt at a family reunion put baked potatoes in the Slow Cooker, unaware at that time of the endless possibilities.

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Leftover vegetable pieces shouldn't go to waste. Broccoli tops, carrot pieces and onion peelings can be added to your vegetable, slow roast beef or chicken stock, to fill it with extra flavor. Don't forget to add the stock to your favorite meals to enhance their flavor and appear as a great cook in front of your friends and family.

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