Thursday, September 22, 2016

Kitchen Hint of the Day!

Here's a helpful Hint from the Pork Be Inspired website ( Here's another Hint, they have a bundle of delicious Pork Inspired Recipes!......

Because pork can often be overcooked, checking the internal temperature often will help prevent dry
pork. Cook pork until the internal temperature reaches between 145° and 160° F, followed by a three-minute rest time, and is a little pink inside.  A digital, instant-read thermometer is a low-cost, must-have for every kitchen. When inserted into the thickest part of the meat (without touching any bone), the temperature should register within a few seconds. Instant-read thermometers are not meant to be left in the meat during cooking. If you wish to invest a bit more, continuous-read digital thermometers are another option. Designed to be left in the meat during the entire duration of cooking, they often include a probe that is placed in the meat. The probe is connected via cord to the thermometer unit, which can be placed on a counter top near the stove.

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