In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
Meat is prepared in many ways, as steaks,
in stews, or as dried meat. It may be ground then formed into patties (as burgers or croquettes), loaves, or sausages, or
used in loose form (as in "sloppy joe" or Bolognese sauce). Some meats are cured, by smoking, pickling, preserving in salt
or brine. Others are marinated and barbecued, or simply boiled, roasted, or fried. Meat is generally eaten cooked, but there
are many traditional recipes that call for raw beef, veal or fish. Meat is often spiced or seasoned, as in most sausages.
Meat dishes are usually described by their source (animal and part of body) and method of preparation.