{Tips & Tricks} Checking for Doneness

I don’t know about you but one of my greatest fears while cooking is to serve meats that are not cooked to the right degree of doneness. Spending hours preparing a delicious spread only to serve guests under-cooked meat and then sending them home feeling ill would be an absolute nightmare.

Be sure to stop by my guest post on Kitchen Monki’s Monki Bread Blog and read about the two basic ways to check how done meat is while it is cooking!

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  1. Heading over to the post right now. This is a skill that every cook should have. I spent years cutting into my meat too see if it was properly cooked, releasing all of the beautiful juices in the process.

  2. Excellent tips! I always do the fingertip test, but go mostly by feel and not by switching fingers. I love your method, and it's an easy way to explain it to others!

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