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“Why did you make this site?”

Have you ever been to the market or butcher and wondered how one cut of meat varies from the others? How is sirloin steak different from flank steak? Or a pork loin different from the tenderloin? If so, you’re not alone….

Ask any butcher and they will tell you the number one question they receive is “What’s the best way to cook this?” Do I cook it at a high heat? Smoke it low and slow? Grill or braise? These questions can be a little overwhelming, especially when you’re trying something new.

That’s why we created Red Meat Lover; to explore these tasty questions about cooking red meat, poultry, and seafood.

Any cut of meat. Any type of heat.

Have you ever tried to find a simple recipe using your “google machine?” The more you search, the more you get redirected to different sites with complicated recipes and ingredients…’s easy to get lost in the googleshpere and spend more time SEARCHING instead of actually COOKING!

We created this site to provide simple recipes for cooking the meats, using common ingredients found in most kitchens, and a variety of cooking methods. Our motto is, “Any cut of meat. Any type of heat.” which reflects our belief that there are many right ways to cook and prepare meats.

 “Are you affiliated with any organization?”

We want to say what we are not – we are not doctors, dieticians, abolitionists (seriously, we love booze – especially bourbon whiskey and red wine), and clearly – we are not vegetarians. We are not professional chefs or sauciers either. We are not affiliated with any institution or agency. We are not lobbyists for or employees of any company with a “meat agenda” (sounds tasty!).

We are not here to tell you that eating red meat is the very best decision you can make (it probably is!)….or the worst for that matter. We suspect, like candy, eating too much of anything is probably bad for you.

However the respected Greek philosopher, Epicurus, said it much better than we ever could:

“Be moderate in order to taste the joys of life in abundance.” is dedicated to creating and sharing quality content that is educational, inspirational, and humorous. We want to build and foster a community to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about cooking meat.

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