How to Tell the Doneness of Meat with Your Finger

Okay, you know how on Top Chef the contestants can touch a piece of meat with their fingertips and they can tell its ‘doneness’? It always impresses because I’m more of a thermometer girl, or–worse yet–a stick a knife in there and poke around girl. Anyway, there really isn’t any magic behind the finger test. It’s just a matter of knowing what you’re feeling for, so says Elise at Simply Recipes. For instance, raw feels like the fleshy bit at the base of your thumb, demonstrated here:

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Now press your pinky to your thumb and feel the same spot. Continue Reading

Meat Head.

So, it’s kinda like not being able to look away from a flaming car crash, but it’ll still make you giggle.

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“Hubby discovered that whipped cream cheese (whip your own with a mixer) made wonderful “glue”. Smear it all over a cheap skull then cover it with thin slices of meat (ham seems to look the best). The eyes are olives stuffed into martini onions.” From Flickr.

Happy Halloween, hamfaces.

 

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Cold Cut Coasters.

I can't read German, so there's not much more detail I can provide, but these are totally dope.

The website describes:

Topfuntersetzer Aufschnitt
mit Rotwurst, Mortadella und Bierwurst 
Die Filzscheiben Aufschnitt aus 100 % Schurwolle sind mit einem beidseitigen Textildruck veredelt.Von jeder Wurstsorte ist 1Scheibe im Set.

 

Can anybody help?