SOME OF YOU HAVE AXED: "HOW CAN I BRAISE MY MEAT?"

From: Colonel Edmund J. Burke (burkes...)

The technique of braising meats may sound a bit intimidating, but there's really nothing to it! Braising is simply a cooking method that involves browning meat in oil, then cooking it in a small amount of liquid in a tightly covered pan, either on the stovetop or in the oven. The long, slow cook time helps develop flavor and turn tougher meat cuts fork-tender. One of the most popular types of braised beef is pot roast, which is usually a chuck or round roast with added vegetables. Pork and lamb are also delicious braised.

As an American, I'm not so much into lamb; but I'll take a nice porking anytime.

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