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These are the steaks' desired doneness descriptions:
Our focus now is the broilers, as they need to perfect a steak's doneness, and our goal is to be able to serve you exactly what they would serve at any Wolfgang's Steakhouse, especially the one in New York," he says.
On days 0, 4 and 7, samples were cooked to a geometric center temperature of 60 C, simulating the rare degree of doneness, by pan-broiling, double pan-broiling or roasting.
Depending on the thickness of lamb and the desired degree of doneness, cooking time will differ.
When overall consumption and doneness preferences were used to estimate the meat-derived carcinogen intake for subjects, those with highest intake had 70 percent higher risk than those with the lowest intake.
Participants provided information about their meat intake, preferred cooking methods and doneness preferences.
Remove the foil, test for doneness using a sharp knife.
Begin checking for doneness after 3 1/2 hours of cooking time.
Depending on the size and thickness of the steak, 3-5 minutes on each side should be enough for a medium-rare doneness.
It can be programmed for eight entrees and for various levels of doneness.
The alphabetical entries range from the briefest of definitions to more detailed discussion of such topics as the varieties of chili pepper to degrees of doneness.
Test for doneness by piercing the chicken at its thickest part.