Grilling chicken breasts can be daunting. Undercooking is not an option, so, many go the other route and overcook - leading to charred chunks of chicken! Capital Meats knows a better way, and we want to help you be the hero of your next grilled chicken dinner!
Capital Meats has completely redesigned their website to make a more customer friendly experience. The redesign includes an updated, friendlier shopping cart system which will give customers an easier way of ordering Capital Meats quality meats. This means less time filling out online forms, and more time to spend reading Capital Meats' new blog.
"We wanted a website that connected with our customers," Owner Scott McMichael said. "We want to provide more than just a shopping cart, though, we want to provide resources for our customers, like recipes, cooking instructions, and more."
It’s Grilling Season, and many of you may be asking the age-old question, “Is my steak ready???”
At Capital Meats, we know steaks and we know grilling. So, here, for your summer grilling plans, are some tips on how you can tell if your steak is ready to eat.
KEEP IT SIMPLE
Buy a digital meat thermometer! It’s just that easy. There are all types of digital thermometers available at your local store, at all different price ranges. More expensive ones can even stay in the meat and give you updates on your smart phone! If you want rare, you will be waiting for the internal temperature of 120-130F. Medium is 140-150F. Well is 160-170F.
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