We had a late lunch, so we're opting for tasty snacks for dinner: cheese, smoked oysters, smoked salmon, a bit of prosciutto, some crackers and bread.
I tried it. Beef far easier to chew. Noodles went mush. Flavors faded. Edible but not something I would do again.It is my understanding (from vague memories of watching a lot of Food Network) that cooking low and slow breaks down the structure that causes toughness. I'd say it's worth a try to see if it helps make the meat more tender. You can always throw the protein to the chickens if that doesn't work.
Who here is celebrating Thanksgiving, or another holiday this month? Anyone want to share their menu?