Posts Tagged ‘meat glue’

Brick Chicken

I have to warn you, even if you do get your hands on some meat glue so you can try making brick chicken, you’re going to have another problem: smoke. Chang’s fondness for searing on the element and then finishing in the oven works wonders for meat but will set your fire alarm off not once, but three times.

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Meat Glue Week: Bacon Scallop Stacks

If you’ve ever read my post on Ad Hoc’s braised beef short ribs, you’ll remember my story about the friend who “accidentally” ate the best scallops he ever had in his life. The scallops were wrapped in bacon, and as this friend is a practicing Muslim, pork is a big no. I personally can’t remember the first time I ate the bacon-scallop combo, but for him, he just can’t forget it.

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Meat Glue Week: Deli Roll

The more I work with meat glue, the more I realize how crazy it is and how limited my imagination seems to be. The other day I was at the grocery store, wondering what to glue, when Mike suggested deli meat. I figured, deli meat is already made with meat glue, so why not? We thought about layering and then cubing, but ultimately ended up rolling everything like a Swiss meat roll.

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Meat Glue Week: Turducken Loaf

Once, a very, very long time ago, I made a turducken. If you’re thinking it’s a little excessive to make a turkey stuffed with a duck stuffed with a chicken, it is. Throw in the fact that you need to de-bone three birds, create three different kinds of stuffing, and cook the final product for over 9 hours and I think you’ll agree that turducken is not really worth the effort.

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Meat Glue Week: De Bakon

If you flip through Momofuku, you see that you need a lot of ingredients you may never have heard of: shiro shoyu, usukuchi, and Tokyo turnips are a just a small sampling. I’ve been pretty determined to find as much as I can and so far I’ve been pretty lucky. The one ingredient that got me really worried was the meat glue.

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