Caribbean-flavored brine and basic brine are both good brine recipes for meat. Brining locks in moisture and adds flavor to the meat. Both of these recipes are suitable for pork and lamb. More »

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To make a simple and basic turkey brine, combine and boil 1 cup kosher salt, aromatics, 1/2 cup granulated sugar and 1/2 gallon of water. Allow the brine to cool, and add in 1 gallon of cold water. Transfer the brine int... More »

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To make a simple, basic turkey brine, combine 2 gallons of cold water with 2 cups kosher salt and 1 cup granulated sugar in a large food-safe container, mixing the ingredients until the salt and sugar dissolve. Submerge ... More »

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Pickling preserves meat, and is easy to do by immersing the meat in salt brine. The process is the same whether you use beef, pork or other meats. More »

A good recipe for pastrami requires soaking a beef brisket in a seasoned brine mixture for about three weeks, discarding the brine and adding treating the meat with a dry rub. Place the brisket in a smoker for four hours... More »

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Smoked maple barbecue chicken is a good recipe for smoking meat and uses a whole chicken. Smoked London broil and easy smoked ham are also tasty smoked meat recipes. More »

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Some recipes that use stew meat are old-time beef stew and Irish beef stew. Along with stewing beef, the recipes call for broth or water, vegetables, herbs and spices. More »

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