What is a meat binder?
Binders are used to improve the bind of meat and fat when making sausage, improving fat and moisture retention. Binders are often used when hand mixing sausage to improve bind characteristics and to help mitigate off-flavors from some wild game.
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What temperature do you smoke a brisket overnight?
Rub it liberally with brisket rub. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Set the smoker to 225F degrees with your favorite wood chunks, chips or pellets. Smoke fat-side-up, spritzing with apple cider vinegar every two hours, until a thermometer placed in the flat end of the meat measures 165F degrees.
How do you open a lobster tail?
How to Butterfly a Lobster Tail
Pat thawed lobster tail dry. With kitchen scissors, starting at the open end of the tail, cut a lengthwise slit through the centre, top of the shell, stopping just before the tail fins. ... Carefully, but firmly, spread shell open where you've made the slit. ... Close the empty shell.
Why are my noodles mushy?
By using a pot that's not large enough, the water temperature drops significantly when the pasta is added. ... While the water returns to a boil (which can take a while), the pasta gets clumpy and mushy sitting in the pot. This also creates a higher starch-to-water ratio, which makes for sticky pasta.Sep 18, 2014