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Beef

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Broiling: Broiling is much like grilling in that food is cooked directly with high heat. The difference between broiling and grilling is that broiling is usually done in an oven and the heat source is above the food (except when pan-broiling) whereas grilling is done on equipment that is generally used…

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Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts

It’s easier than you think to build a healthful diet with beef. You may be surprised to hear that a 3-oz serving of lean beef...

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Pork

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Sautein: Sautéing is a dry heat cooking method that quickly cooks the pork using a little oil and high heat.

The types of pork best suited for sautéing are the more tender lean cuts, such as loin chops…

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Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts

A study released in 2006 by the USDA reveals six common cuts of fresh pork are leaner today than they were fifteen...

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The cowboys

It was in 1521 when a Spanish sailor, Gregorio de Villalobos, departed from what is now the Dominican Republic, eluding the law that prohibited the cattle trade in the domains of Nueva España. He was binging with him six cows and one bull, that he disembarked in the colony of Veracruz (the current Mexico).

Up to them, the native tribes of North America had only domesticated the turkey and the dog, not for their meat, but for other purposes.

At that time, the Spaniard Franscisco Vázquez de Coronado, undertook an expedition through the North American South East lands, bringing a reduced herd of oxen, lamb and hogs, for their own consumption. But a terrible hailstorm surprised them and made the animals flee and melt away.

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