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Smoke a whole dang pastrami, because you’re worth it

There’s no better feeling for the home cook than making a dish that comes out just like the version you fell in love with—the real-deal “oh, dang, that is exactly what I was shooting for” reaction. I’m here to tell you that when it comes to pastrami, the undisputed deli champion, it’s not only possible to make your…Read more...
Tags: Meat, Sandwiches, Lifehacks, Pastrami


Melissa Clark's Pork and Black Bean Chili

Pssst... It's me. I know. It's been, like, 8 months. (Insert chagrined grin emoji.) I nearly shut this thing down. No, really. But I couldn't pull the trigger! So here I am again. I missed you guys. What's been going on? Well, Bruno turned two. Hugo learned how to read and write. In many ways, things are just fine. In other ways, though, the past year has been really difficult. Just life, you know? Nothing spectacular or out-of-the-ordinary. Mothering two young children, noodlin...
Tags: Meat, Food, Max, Soups And Stews, Cookbooks, Weeknight Suppers, Bruno, Melissa Clark, Jessica Battilana, Black Bean Chili, Eggs and Beans, Whoorl, Negra Modelo Grated


A steak au poivre recipe too good to be true?

Marco Pierre White, if you’ve never heard the name, was the O.G. bad-boy British chef, a man who infamously broke a young Gordon Ramsay and reduced him to tears. Like Ramsay, White has a reputation for a fiery demeanor, but is also known as one of England’s greatest chefs: In 1994, White was the first British chef to…Read more...
Tags: Meat, England, Steak, Gordon Ramsay, Lifehacks, Marco Pierre White, Ramsay White


How to Make the Perfect Diner-Style Smash Burger

It’s a perennial matter of debate: which makes for a better burger — griddling or grilling? For almost my entire life, I felt sure the latter was the correct answer. There’s just something about a thick, juicy, flame-kissed burger fresh off the backyard grill. In contrast, the pan-fried burgers I grew up with at home were gray and mealy (a result, I realized later, of the meat having been frozen before cooking). But then as an adult, I became a big fan of the burgers served up at Freddy’s Froz...
Tags: Meat, Cooking, Life, Travel & leisure, Food & Drink, Recipes, Steakburgers, Freddy 's Frozen Custard


I Can’t Eat Much Meat on the Planetary Health Diet—But I'm Feeling Better When I Do

Like many other Americans, I love meat. But as a climate reporter, it’s one of my biggest struggles, because I know that our love affair with meat takes a huge toll. The planetary health plate diet I’ve been eating for the past few weeks, however, has really helped me put in perspective what less conspicuous animal…Read more...
Tags: Meat, Diet, Lifehacks, Eat Lancet Commission


Wait —: Wait — Beyoncé Is Not Actually a Vegan

Have fun with your plant challenge, but the Carters eat meat.
Tags: Meat, Food, Beyonce, News, Jay-z, Veganism, Grant, Knowles, Borges, Carters, Diet And Nutrition, Ulysses S, Your-feed-selfcare, Marco (1972-


How many vegans does it take to change the world?

I’ve been doing a project recently that required an estimate of the number of people in Britain who have adopted a vegan diet. There’s no official figure for this that I’m aware of, and so numbers are fairly ad hoc and based on surveys. For instance, last year there were several headlines around the finding […]
Tags: Meat, Food, Shopping, Future, Britain, Vegan, Vegetarian


How to make Chinese takeout-style honey garlic crispy beef

Welcome to The Takeout’s Garlic Week, our Valentine to the world’s loveliest stink.Read more...
Tags: Meat, Beef, Lifehacks, Chinese Food, Garlic, Garlic Week


Cattle Ranchers Are Trying to Get the Word 'Meat' Taken Off the Labels of Meat Substitutes

The rise of Impossible Foods and its signature Impossible Burger, the plant-based burger brand that is all the rage lately, and their faux-meat ilk has apparently rattled some in the cattle business. The New York Times reported this weekend on a spate of state laws aiming to outlaw the use of the word “meat” on labels …Read more...
Tags: Meat, Food, Science, Technology, Environment, Beef, Regulation, New York Times, Impossible Foods, Meat Alternatives, Lab Grown Meat, Impossible Burger, Meat Substitutes


You Call That Meat? Not So Fast, Cattle Ranchers Say

With new vegetarian and lab-produced burgers coming to stores, several states are looking to bar newcomers from using the word meat on their labels.
Tags: Meat, Food, News, Start-ups, Law and Legislation, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry, Impossible Foods Inc, Beyond Meat Inc


The planetary health diet for 10 billion people

A couple of weeks ago there was a spate of articles on food and flexitarianism, in response to a new study from The Lancet and EAT. (Here’s the BBC report) The study pulls together the planetary boundaries and human nutrition, and describes what a healthy and sustainable diet might look like for 10 billion people. […]
Tags: Meat, Food, Future, Sustainability, Bbc, Dairy, The Lancet


The sausage hotel: is this the wurst place to spend a night in Germany?

The owner of Gasthaus Böbel is the local butcher. And with everything from sausage wallpaper to pillows, he has taken his obsessions and run wildName: The sausage hotel.Official name: Gasthaus Böbel. Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Meat, Food, Europe, Hotels, Germany, World news, Germany Holidays, Sausages, Gasthaus Böbel


There's a grape jelly meatball party and everyone's invited

I love Crock-Pots. I love appetizers. I love parties. So, I am no stranger to the slow-cooker meatballs often served at gatherings celebrating everything from ugly holiday sweaters to the year’s biggest game, always accompanied by festive, brightly colored sword-shaped plastic toothpicks. When pondering my own…Read more...
Tags: Meat, Snacks, Parties, Lifehacks, Slow Cooker, Meatballs


Underestimating the sources of climate emissions

Earlier this week I wrote about the environmental impact of dairy. Livestock, for both meat and dairy, is a major source of greenhouse gases – and it turns out that not a lot of people know that. In 2014 Chatham House carried out a survey of perceptions around livestock and produced a report calling it […]
Tags: Meat, Food, Climate Change, Future, Dairy, Chatham House


You can make personal shepherd's pie in 30 minutes

Many will tell you the best pie filling is apple, cherry, or key lime. I am here to loudly insist that it is meat, then shout over you when you say that’s not really what we were talking about. I just enjoy shepherd’s/cottage pies (lamb/other meat is the distinction there) overly much. There’s nothing more comforting…Read more...
Tags: Meat, Pie, Lifehacks


Eat: The Joys of Grilling in the Winter

Slow-cook a smoky pork shoulder in the muffled silence of snowfall.
Tags: Meat, News, Pork, Cooking and Cookbooks, Grilling (Cooking


Ribeye Cap Steak – one pan dinner for two

This is a decadent, romantic meal for two that only takes 40 minutes, start to finish, and only uses one pan. Easy to cook, easy to clean up…because your time is better spent enjoying your Valentine’s Day! (pssst….we are giving one of these Hestan Sauté Pan + Lid away too!) What is Ribeye Cap Steak? The tastiest cut of meat on a cow is arguably the ribeye steak (my butcher would say skirt steak.) The ribeye steak  is full of marbling, which gives the cut intense flavor and tenderness at the s...
Tags: Meat, Usda, Low Carb, Anthropology, Recipes, Steak, Potatoes, Carrots, Costco, Fast Recipes, Gluten Free Adaptable, American Recipes, Ribeye Cap Steak


Pet food manufacturers are experimenting with insects instead of meat

It is now a well-established fact that there is a link between human meat consumption and climate change, thanks to the CO2 and methane emissions that come from raising and transporting cattle and pigs. Since pets are responsible for 20 percent of global meat consumption, some pet food manufacturers are turning to insects instead of beef to make their products. According to the BBC, one pet food manufacturer says that 40 percent of its new product is made from black soldier flies, which are an ...
Tags: Meat, UK, Design, News, Climate Change, Pets, Environment, Bbc, Sustainable Food, Insects, Emissions, Carbon Dioxide, Green Products, Dog Food, Pet Care, Protein


New Diet Guidelines to Benefit People and the Planet: More Greens for All, Less Meat for Some

A report in the medical journal The Lancet recommends cutting food waste and consumption of red meat, especially among people who eat a lot of it.
Tags: Meat, News, Environment, Global Warming, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Carbon Dioxide, The Lancet, Lancet Global Health, Diet And Nutrition, Agriculture and Farming, The (Journal


"With the start of the new year, Belgium became the latest European country to ban traditional Jewish and Muslim animal slaughtering practices."

"The move was applauded by animal rights activists but condemned by religious leaders who see the ban as a threat to their communities. At issue is whether to allow religious exemptions to European Union rules that state animals must be knocked out before they are slaughtered, which supporters say is more humane. The United States has similar regulations, but allows for religious exemptions.... Religious leaders say minimizing an animal’s pain has always been central to their traditions, and a r...
Tags: Meat, Law, Nazis, European Union, United States, Animal Cruelty, Belgium, Muslim, North American Meat Institute, Religion And Government, Ann Althouse


Glaze Roasted Meats With Mustard and Jam

There are so many good jams, jellies, and preserved fruit spreads in this world, it can be easy to accumulate quite a collection. (At any given time, I have three to five Bonne Maman jars in my fridge.) Though these fruity beauties are perfect on nothing more than good bread, they can also be used to make a bomb (bonne…Read more...
Tags: Meat, Chicken, Lifehacks, Mustard, Jelly, Jam, Sauce, 2 Ingredient


Hoisin Glazed Mini Meatballs

These Hoisin Glazed Mini Meatballs are such an easy and delicious appetizer addition to any game day spread table. We all love devouring appetizers and snacks while watching football and these juicy cocktail meatballs are so addictive, super tasty and quick to make. Hoisin Glazed Meatballs You can’t go wrong with cocktail meatballs. Crowd pleaser appetizer, inexpensive, really quick and easy to put together and quite versatile when it comes to sauces. You can definitely make a bigger batch a...
Tags: Meat, Crafts, Appetizers, Slideshow, Mini, Appetizer, Meatballs, Superbowl Snacks


Is Stunning an Animal Before Slaughter More Humane? Some Religious Leaders Say No

Two regions of Belgium are banning kosher and halal slaughter, arguing that not using stunning is cruel. But Jewish and Muslim leaders say their traditions minimize an animal’s suffering.
Tags: Meat, Europe, News, European Union, Belgium, Muslim, Anti-semitism, Animal Abuse, Law and Legislation, Muslims and Islam, Jews and Judaism, Rights and Welfare, Kosher Foods and Products, Halal Foods and Products


We tried the new Impossible Burger at CES heres what we thought

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 is in full swing in Las Vegas. While smart home technology, televisions and wearable tech takes center stage, many surprising innovations are grabbing media attention. Take, for instance, the latest iteration of an Inhabitat favorite — the Impossible Burger. We tried the newest recipe from Impossible at this year’s CES; keep reading for our thoughts. Delicious in tacos or served as a classic burger, the Impossible Burger has become a favorite for vegeta...
Tags: Meat, Design, Ces, Innovation, Las Vegas, Carbon Footprint, Vegan, Impossible Foods, Vegetarian, Eat & Drink, Meat Alternatives, Las Vegas While, Mike Minor, Impossible, Impossible-burger, CES 2019


Puréed Olives Make a Great Marinade

Maybe it’s because I like a martini with my steak dinner, but salty, savory, slightly fruity olives have always seemed like a natural flavor partner for a butter-basted piece of beef. Topping one with a tapenade is very fine and dandy, but using puréed olives as a marinade is next level.Read more...
Tags: Meat, Steak, Lifehacks, Olives, Marinades


Find Out What's Going on Inside Your Steak With This Meat Calculator

For some, meat is mysterious. If you don’t have a lot of practice cooking it, it can be hard to get a feel for exactly how long you should roast, sear, sous vide, or otherwise heat the stuff to render it safe and delicious. Getting a digital thermometer helps, but this tool from MIT can also give you a little…Read more...
Tags: Meat, Lifehacks, Food Science, Calculator, Cook My Meat


Aleph Farms has created the first lab-grown steak

The demand for meat alternatives continues to grow as millions switch to vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian diets for health, ethical and environmental reasons, and food companies around the world are starting to focus their efforts on plant-based and lab-grown products that can take the place of animal-sourced meats. Aleph Farms recently reached an important milestone in cellular meat production by serving up the first lab-grown steak, made from isolated cow cells and grown into a 3D structure....
Tags: Meat, Design, News, Environment, Turkey, Farming, Eat & Drink, Meat Industry, Tetrick, Flexitarian, Joshua Tetrick, Aleph Farms, Didier Toubia, Toubia, Impossible Burger and Beyond Burger, Meat Alternative


How to eat like a medieval peasant.

It's pretty great:And I learned that "potage" originally meant whatever you're cooking in a pot. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Meat, Food, Law, Vegetables, History, Fish, Beer, Bread, Ann Althouse


Don't Rinse Your Turkey, You Turkey

Raw poultry is kind of icky, but rinsing it won’t make it any less so. Though giving your holiday turkey a little wash is the first step to many recipes, doing so can actually cause more harm than good.Read more...
Tags: Meat, Holidays, Turkey, Food Safety, Lifehacks, Poultry, Don, Turkey You Turkey


Is a flexitarian diet right for you?

Going vegan or vegetarian might be a good choice for your health — as well as the environment — but not everyone wants to take the extreme measure of cutting meat and other animal products completely out of their diet. So, over the past five years, many who want to live a healthy life and/or do their part in the fight against climate change have opted for the flexitarian diet. What is flexitarianism? Flexitarianism doesn’t go as far as veganism or vegetarianism, but it does include some ...
Tags: Health, Meat, Food, UK, Design, Diet, Features, Healthy Eating, Veganism, Vegan, Eat & Drink, Clean Eating, Plant-based Diet, Animal Products, Vegetarian Diet, Flexitarian