September 16, 2021

Braising 101

Once the calendar flips to fall, cooking at home flips from quick techniques like grilling and sauteeing to bubbling one pot meals in the oven or on the stovetop, essentially braising. The technique of braising is traditionally used for less tender cuts of meat to break them down into a fall apart, fork-tender meal, but once you know the steps, you can apply it to everything from beans to chicken and even hearty vegetables. Join Foodsmart's Chef Lisa Lavery as she walks you through all the tips and tools you'll need to serve the perfect healthy braise.

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