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Offline Beerbitch

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Re: Burger flipping choices
« Reply #15 on: April 21, 2010, 03:28:11 PM »
boomcha.

http://northendfish.com/canadian-cooking-method

To a certain extent, time-wise, but it's not always accurate.  Well, it probably is accurate but I like some fish cooked differently than others.

Thomas Keller's fish method in Ad Hoc at home is pretty much perfect and pretty much the same except that he starts high, then medium, then flips and puts in oven.

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Re: Burger flipping choices
« Reply #16 on: April 21, 2010, 03:36:19 PM »
boomcha.

http://northendfish.com/canadian-cooking-method

To a certain extent, time-wise, but it's not always accurate.  Well, it probably is accurate but I like some fish cooked differently than others.

Thomas Keller's fish method in Ad Hoc at home is pretty much perfect and pretty much the same except that he starts high, then medium, then flips and puts in oven.

The few times I actually cook finfish, it works great for me. And it'll work for just about any way you want to cook 'em. But by far the most often seafood on my plate at home is shrimp.

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Re: Burger flipping choices
« Reply #17 on: April 21, 2010, 09:41:27 PM »
I don't cook burgers in a pan - put them on a Weber and shut the lid. You'll get more even cooking, but you also need to know your hot and cold spots on the grill.

One of the reasons I love my IR grill... virtually even cooking through the surface :)

 

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