basting

  1. loose temporary stitches
  2. moistening a roast as it is cooking
  3. cover with liquid before cooking
  4. strike violently and repeatedly
  5. sew together loosely, with large stitches

Basting

if you are roasting one of our Australian knuckle joints, spooning its excess juices and melted fat over it, can help it to remain moist throughout.
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Basting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Baste
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Basting

[cooking] Basting is a cooking technique that involves cooking meat with either its own juices or some type of preparation such as a sauce or marinade. The meat is left to cook, then periodically coated with the juice. Prominently used in grilling, rotisserie, roasting, and other meat preparations where the meat is over heat for extended pe...
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Basting

Pouring the juices and melted fat over meat, poultry or game which is being roasted to keep it moist. Use a large spoon or a special bulb baster.
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basting

[n] - moistening a roast as it is cooking
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