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Old 05-20-2016, 12:43 PM   #11
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However, meat left long enough in acidic marinade practically gets "cooked" it can be eaten raw after say couple of days.
I disagree. A acidic marinade will make a meat or fish 'look' cooked but it isn't. I wouldn't eat raw chicken that had been marinated for a long time.

Only heat can kill off harmful bacteria in meats.
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Old 05-20-2016, 12:54 PM   #12
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I disagree. A acidic marinade will make a meat or fish 'look' cooked but it isn't. I wouldn't eat raw chicken that had been marinated for a long time.

Only heat can kill off harmful bacteria in meats.
Or Gamma, and x-rays. Just sayin'

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You can bake the stuffing separate, and then spoon into the center and return to the oven for a little bit to get a crispy top, but I wouldn't know how to adjust the total baking time.

You can buy a jar of crab apples, in the pickles section, and put one on each of the bone tops for fun.
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One year just after Thanksgiving when I had ALL the grandchildren with me for tree trimming, for their craft to do for the day, I had cut and made up a bunch of stockings for the crown roast I was going to be serving for Christmas. So I tossed a bucket of crayons I had in the middle of the table and each one got a couple of stockings to decorate as they saw fit. They then got to eat the cookies they 'made' (Pillsbury cookie roll) with a hot cup of cocoa.

Those stocking made for a really interesting roast. They each decorated four and were able to take home two to show Daddy.
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One year just after Thanksgiving when I had ALL the grandchildren with me for tree trimming, for their craft to do for the day, I had cut and made up a bunch of stockings for the crown roast I was going to be serving for Christmas. So I tossed a bucket of crayons I had in the middle of the table and each one got a couple of stockings to decorate as they saw fit. They then got to eat the cookies they 'made' (Pillsbury cookie roll) with a hot cup of cocoa.

Those stocking made for a really interesting roast. They each decorated four and were able to take home two to show Daddy.
Why that's almost as interesting as dirty sock soup.

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I disagree. A acidic marinade will make a meat or fish 'look' cooked but it isn't. I wouldn't eat raw chicken that had been marinated for a long time.

Only heat can kill off harmful bacteria in meats.
Good point with chicken, honestly, never done it and totally slipped my mind. But have done it with pork and beef, after 3 days, totally you can eat it raw. It even tastes cooked.
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Good point with chicken, honestly, never done it and totally slipped my mind. But have done it with pork and beef, after 3 days, totally you can eat it raw. It even tastes cooked.
Really, what kind of prep? Don't think I would do that. I've eaten beef totally raw and marinated/cooked in acid raw but pork??? I know today's pork is supposed to be safe but I guess it's still too ingrained from long ago.
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I haven't eaten pork in 20 years, so it was probably less safe then. Oil, vinegar, onion, garlic, salt and pepper. Cut up pork in about 2 inch cubes, season, marinade, leave it the fridge for 3 days. Use to make shush kebab. Make sure to put on the skewer really fast, so not to eat raw. I used to love to eat it raw. After 3 days it looks and tastes cooked. I do the same thing with beef nowadays.


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