A Japanese sauce that is used as a dipping sauce for poached meats, dumplings, fried foods and seafood; as a sauce added to sauteed foods during cooking, or a salad and cooked greens vinaigrette; or as a dressing for Asian noodle dishes.
A timing device most often used when cooking poultry such as chicken or turkey. Made from plastic, this type of timer consists of a hollow pointed section or probe containing a heat sensitive mechanism that pops out as the meat reaches the desired cooking temperature.
A term customarily applied to the meat of a pig that is under a year old. The pig carcass is generally split into two sides of pork; each consisting of four primal cuts known as the shoulder, loin, leg/ham, and side/belly.
A reference that can apply to several different cuts of pork used for roasting, referred to as: the loin roast, shoulder roast, butt roast, blade loin roast, pork tenderloin, sirloin roast, crown roast or rolled ham roast.