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Two Ways to Tie Meat

Fine Cooking Issue 99
Photos: Scott Phillips
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Tying keeps long-cooked meats from falling apart as they cook. The first method shown here is as easy as tying a slipknot. The second method is a little trickier, but once you get the hang of it, it’s faster and it holds the meat together better.



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