Meatgistics: Choosing and Using a Steel


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    Meatgistics: Choosing and Using a Steel

    Learn how to Choose and Use a Steel for your knives! Learn about the Fire Fishing Pole, plus, save 15% on your next order with coupon code MEATGISTICS71. Watch the video, read the guide, and then post your questions or comments below.

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    Product Spotlight

    Our product spotlight for today is the… Fire Fishing Pole. Summer is here and for a lot of us that means camping and spending time outdoors. There is nothing better than sitting around the fire at the end of a nice day of hiking and camping with the family. Keep the little ones, and the not so little ones, entertained with the Fire Fishing Pole. The pole has a steel “line” hanging down to the end with a metal fish that has two prongs on each side making it perfect for roasting both sides of a hot dog or put two marshmallows on each side! It will keep you at a safe distance from the fire, give you a nice even cook and are fun to use! The “fish” on the end is weighted to make flipping it easy for little kids to use! They come in an assortment of colors so no one will argue over who has whose fishing pole!

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    Fishing over the fire

    Fire Fishing Pole

    Chef's Knife

    7.5 inch Chef's Knife

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    Hey all, i am gonna be doing a smoked pulled pork for a 4th of July family get together. I bought the soluble Pa’s black bull, butter garlic seasoning, prime rib seasoning, and ultimate pork chop and roast rub. Keep in mind i cant have it spicy for the family members. So i was thinking first with the black bull of using chicken broth to make it injectable instead of water. Also for the rub using the butter garlic, or should i use the ultimate pork rub instead

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    Cut at bout 1/4" thick.
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    Take them out about 20 to 30 seconds after they float depending on thickness, temp. etc.
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