What is considered a large zucchini?
Huge zucchini (yeah, we know, you went on vacation) are watery and seedy, but they are really terrific stuffed. Cut them in 3-inch crosswise sections and use a melon baller to scoop out all but about 1/3 to 1/2 inch of pulp, making a cup. ... Most are harvested in the 7 to 8-inch range.
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Can you pull pork at 160?
Smoke until an internal temperature of 160 degrees F is reached. This generally takes anywhere from 4 to 6 hours depending on the size of your pork butt. Once you reach 160 degrees F, place your pork butt in a deep disposable tin foil pan. ... Remove bone (it should slide right out) and pull or shred your pork.
Does soaking pork in milk make it tender?
Apparently, milk is more effective in tenderizing meat than other marinades. The milk enzymes seem to break the proteins, softening the fibers and making the meat more tender. ... However, they will make the meat tangier, while milk keeps is not only tender but also more genuine in taste.
Why does my batter stick to the pan?
McGee says that breading or coating food in flour can prevent sticking. That outer layer is both a barrier and method for further creating a dry surface. A key point is to make sure you leave your meat in the pan long enough, Provost says. If you try to remove it too soon, it will stick.