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How To Cook Almost Any Roast

How To Cook Almost Any Roast

We at Tiny New York Kitchen get it! Especially during the holidays you don’t want to ruin a good piece of meat. Here are some general guidelines for producing the best results for your holiday meal. Remove meat from the refrigerator at least an hour before roasting so it can come closer to room temperature. […]

Marinate In The Morning

Marinate In The Morning

It’s so easy, but takes a tad bit of planning. Just pop meat in a heavy-duty resealable bag with your favorite marinade in the morning, refrigerate, and later in the day all you have to do is throw flavorful meat on the grill. You’ll be so impressed with yourself that you’ll feel like giving yourself […]

Keep It Light

Keep It Light

Generally animal products are higher in fat than plant foods, but it’s not necessary to cut out all meat and dairy products to keep your fat intake reasonable. Low-fat dairy foods, lean and well trimmed meat, and skinless poultry provide the same amounts of vitamins and minerals as their fattier counterparts. Skinless poultry, fish, dry […]

Everything From Apple Sauce To Tzimmes!

Everything From Apple Sauce To Tzimmes!

Everything From Apple Sauce To Tzimmes! For a Sensational Seder you’ll want to have these traditional Passover dishes on hand. Coconut Macaroons (You’ll Go Coco-Loco For Coconut Macaroons!) Haroseth (For A Sweet Seder) Matzo Ball Soup (Keep Your Eye On the Matzo Ball) Potato Kugel (When Life Gives You Potatoes, Have Kugel) Apple Sauce (Passover’s […]

Pantry & Freezer Staples

Pantry & Freezer Staples

Pantry & Freezer Staples How long do pantry and freezer staples last? Staple items are known for their long shelf life, but they don’t stay fresh forever! Use this handy list to determine how long you should keep them on hand. Freezer Hamburger & Stew Meats: Shelf Life: 1 to 2 Days Storage: 3 to […]

Cooking Lamb

Cooking Lamb

Cooking Lamb Lamb is versatile and can be prepared quickly for a spur-of-the-moment gathering or roasted to perfection and served with a range of accompaniments. Let The Cut Determine The Cooking Technique. For tender cuts like a rack, chops, loin, sirloin, or leg it’s best to broil, roast, grill, pan fry or sauté. For less […]

Slow-Cooker Meat Cuts

Slow-Cooker Meat Cuts

Slow-Cooker Meat Cuts It’s winter and there’s nothing quite like coming home to a hot meal. You count on your slow-cooker for delicious, almost no effort dinners and it can be tempting to throw just about any ingredients into these amazing appliances. BUT for the tastiest results, you need to know which meats do best […]

Roasted Leg of Lamb Roman Style

Roasted Leg of Lamb Roman Style

  Roasted Leg of Lamb Roman Style This is such an easy Sunday meal.  For this traditional Roman dinner, purchase 1/4 of a nice fat “abbacchio”.  In Rome “abbacchio” is a very young lamb, which has been fed only with milk. I usually purchase my “abbacchio” from a nice butcher in the Arthur Avenue area […]

Lamb Cooked 3 Ways

Lamb Cooked 3 Ways

Lamb Cooked 3 Ways Cooked low and slow, lamb shanks become rich with complex flavors.  Lamb shoulder is also a great choice for slow cooking.  Good value cuts are: Shoulder Chops, Stew Meat, Ground Lamb, and Leg Steak. The USDA recommends cooking all whole muscle cuts of lamb to at least these temperatures to ensure […]