Trifecta: Week 107 ~ Culinary Techniques!

Prompt~ melt (soften)

Tough cuts of meat generally do not cook well.  However, a good cook knows how to make it tender and delicious.  They do it by cutting across the grain, pounding, braising and occasionally marinating it with papaya pulp and other tenderizers.

The lady pounding the meat in her kitchen thought, ‘can you melt hearts using one of these culinary techniques’. She dwelt long on the problem.  ‘It can be done,’ she decided.

‘Braise – would work best because it’s pretty tough to screw a dish by braising it, and it requires a minimal effort on my part.’ She concluded.

‘How to braise a person to make him melt – just let him simmer in right amount of liquids after browning.’ She smiled to herself.

‘There is that small risk of turning him in to mush,’ she frowned.

 ‘You can go higher, you can go deeper
There are no boundaries above and beneath you.’ Kris Allen sang through her cell.

Words  >33 and <333

:  one that accompanies another :  comrade, associate; also:  one that keeps company with another
obsolete :  rascal

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28 thoughts on “Trifecta: Week 107 ~ Culinary Techniques!

  1. This is why love these prompts, you sir brought a lovely culinary spin to this word. One that was very surprising and enjoyable to read, Thanks!

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