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  • meatandeducation.com 2012How would you cook it?Select the most appropriate cooking method/s. There may be more than one correct answer so be prepared to give reasons for your choice.

  • Beef burger - Select the most appropriate cooking method/s. GrillingBarbecuingRoastingPot roastingShallow fryingStir fryingCasserolingHow would you know when the beef burger is cooked and ready to serve?meatandeducation.com 2012Answer: When the juices run clear.

  • Pork chop - Select the most appropriate cooking method/s. GrillingBarbecuingRoastingPot roastingShallow fryingStir fryingCasserolingWhich part of the carcase does a pork chop come from? The belly, shoulder, loin or leg?meatandeducation.com 2012Answer: Loin

  • Gammon joint - Select the most appropriate cooking method/s. GrillingBarbecuingRoastingPot roastingShallow fryingStir fryingCasserolingWhich animal does gammon come from?meatandeducation.com 2012Answer: A pigThese sometimes need soaking or boiling before secondary cooking.

  • Pork sausages - Select the most appropriate cooking method/s. GrillingBarbecuingBakingPot roastingShallow fryingStir fryingCasserolingWhat is the most healthy way to cook sausages?meatandeducation.com 2012Answer: Grilling

  • Beef topside - Select the most appropriate cooking method/s. GrillingBarbecuingRoastingPot roastingShallow fryingStir fryingCasserolingIs topside a forequarter or hindquarter cut of meat? meatandeducation.com 2012Answer: Hindquarter

  • Lamb rump steak - Select the most appropriate cooking method/s. GrillingBarbecuingRoastingPot roastingShallow fryingStir fryingCasserolingLamb rump steaks are a rear quarter cut. Do they need to be tenderised before cooking?meatandeducation.com 2012Answer: No, they are already tender.