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How to Prepare Meat: Beef, Chicken, Pork, and Fish

These easy lessons will help you learn more about the science of meat so you can make perfectly tender and juicy beef, chicken, pork, and fish recipes.

How to Fillet a Fish
Whether you have a fisherman in the family or got a great deal on whole fish, here's instructions on how to fillet fish.

How to Reheat Ham
Reheating ham should be easy, but many people have lots of questions about it. Serve hot, juicy, and tender ham every time with these tips.

How to Cook Beef
Learn about the science of beef, what meat is made of, what happens when it cooks, and methods to best cook that expensive hunk of protein.

How to Cook Fish
Learn about the science of cooking fish fillets and steaks, including how they should smell when you buy them, methods for cooking, and doneness tests.

How to Cook Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts are probably the most popular cut of meat sold in America today. They are quick, easy, low fat, and universally popular. But when not cooked properly, they can be dry, tough, and stringy. What are the best ways of cooking them so you end up with moist, tender, flavorful meat?

How to Cook Pork
Learn about the science of pork, what meat is made of, what happens when it cooks, and methods to best cook that expensive hunk of protein. Pork cooking methods and tips.

How to Cook Pot Roast
Want to know how to make juicy and tender pot roast? Learn how easy it is to make tender, succulent pot roast with these easy recipes.

Recipes for Chicken Breasts
Recipes for chicken breasts are delicious and easy. Chicken breasts are easily the most popular meat in the supermarket; learn how to cook them and find quick and easy recipes.

How to Make Palpettoni, Step by Step
Searching for a great mini meatloaf recipe? Palpettoni is a fabulous stuffed mini meatloaf; learn how to make it with step by step photographs.

When Buying Chicken Breasts, Watch the Size
When shopping for chicken breasts, always check the size. The boneless, skinless breast halves should never weigh more than 8 ounces for best results.

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