FAQ Cookery Why do you rest a joint of meat after cooking it?

Why do you rest a joint of meat after cooking it?

When you cook a joint of meat, the high temperatures force the meat juices to the surface. By resting it for a time, it allows the juices to go back into the meat. The joint will then be moist and easy to carve.

FAQ Cookery Why do you rest a joint of meat after cooking it?
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