Recreation: Food: Meat
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American Veal Association
Promoting the American veal industry. Encouraging communications and distributing information pertinent to the veal industry.
Information on cooking, nutrition and the beef industry in general
The Boudin Link
Reviews Louisiana boudin sausage makers.
British Poussin Information Service
Details about the breeding and production of poussin (spring chicken). Recipes, news and wholesaler information.
Cooking Meat Safely
Factsheet from Clemson University gives safe cooking temperatures for beef, veal, lamb, pork, ham and poultry. Safety tips for preparation, thawing, and reheating.
Focus on Ham
USDA Food safety page on Ham. Contains information on types of ham as well as various cooking and safety concerns.
Food Safety and Inspection Service. Information from the United States Department of Agriculture on safe food handling and preparation procedures.
Guide to Spam-like Products
Reviews different brands of luncheon meat and offers pictures of all six sides of the cans as well as their contents.
Kentucky Bacon Oral History Project
Southern Foodways project. Includes interviews and photographs.
National Hot Dog and Sausage Council
Conducts scientific research to benefit hot dog and sausage manufacturers. Brochures, facts and trivia, news, and recipes.
Pork Scratching World
The universe of pork scratchings, including reviews, diet notes, and discussions.
Pork Scratchings Reviews
Offers histories as well as reviews of different brands of pork scratchings.
Queensland Anglo Nubian Breeders
The QANB is a group of meat goat breeders striving to promote the sale and consumption of goat meat.
Red Meat Club
The unique place where restaurateurs and foodservice professionals provide recommendations for steaks, wine, beer, caviar, chocolates, coffee, and cigars.
Includes recipes, general information, news, a fan club, and merchandise.
From Hormel Foods Corporation. Includes history, fan club, and facts.
The Straight Dope: What's Really in Spam?
The inimitable Cecil Adams explores the mysteries of what is arguably Austin's most famous export. Along with some haiku and Monty Python.
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