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  Poaching (cooking) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Poaching is the process of gently simmering food in liquid, generally water, stock or wine.
Poaching is particularly suitable for fragile food, such as eggs, poultry, fish and fruit, which might easily fall apart or dry out.
Poached eggs are generally cooked in water, fish in white wine, poultry in stock and fruit in red wine.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Poaching_(cooking)   (118 words)

  
 Poaching   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Poaching is the technique of cooking foods over low heat in a gently simmering liquid.
A favourite method for poaching fish at Le Cordan Bleu is to bring the cool poaching liquid to a simmer with the fish, then remove the pan from the heat and let the fish continue cooking in the hot liquid; this technique ensures that the fish is gently cooked and is never overdone.
For poached fruits, a sugar syrup and sweetened, spiced wine are common poaching mediums; both may be reduced to make a sauce.
www.ibiblio.org /expo/restaurant/chef/poaching.html   (374 words)

  
 Poaching 101 - Food for Thought by Mark Vogel - Atlantic Highlands Herald - NJ
Poaching is a wet-heat cooking method whereby food is submerged in liquid and gently cooked.
Poaching is from 160 to 185 degrees, simmering is beyond 185, and boiling is when you obviously achieve a full boil.
If the poaching liquid is to be used as a sauce, you may need to reduce it further once the food has finished cooking.
www.ahherald.com /food/2005/ft_050203_poaching.htm   (879 words)

  
 POACHING   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Poaching is an effective way of cooking foods for both hot or cold service, not only does it produce healthy food but it enhances flavour.
Some dishes described as poach are strictly speaking a mixture of boiling and poaching for example a whole poached salmon.
In shallow poaching the liquid is normally used to form the basis of the sauce.
www.cookeryonline.com /Topics/POACHING.html   (541 words)

  
 washingtonpost.com: The Gentle Art of Poaching   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
A chicken poached in a tarragon-infused broth at 180 degrees emerges in a heightened state of juicy tenderness.
Poaching temperatures are so much lower than what we're used to when we grill, roast or fry that the cooking process is wonderfully unhurried and elongated.
The pinnacle in poached seafood is a whole salmon served chilled and decorated with artfully cut cucumbers and sprigs of fresh dill, perhaps served under a layer of aspic.
www.washingtonpost.com /ac2/wp-dyn/A5981-2004Jun1?language=printer   (1513 words)

  
 The Gentle Art of Poaching
The purpose of poaching is a delicate transfer of flavors to and from the poaching liquid to the food being cooked.
Poaching is a relative of braising, (see the 2/28/02 column) where most often a meat item is cooked by being partially submerged in a simmering braising liquid, which is maintained at the temperature necessary to break down the muscle’s connective tissue.
Poaching is especially useful for cooking fruit, eggs, chicken, and fish.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/cooking_basics/91656   (529 words)

  
 Defenders of Wildlife - Polar Bear Poaching
That is a place where polar bear poaching may be of a high level." The exact numbers of bears taken from this area is unknown.
"Poaching is essentially a non-issue in Alaska, although the first investigation in many years involving a non-native killing a polar bear is currently under way.
So, while it is important that poaching be investigated further, with extensive scientific research, we must also closely monitor the effects of legal-harvests because these can also quickly impact local bear populations.
www.defenders.org /wildlife/new/pbearpoaching.html   (1059 words)

  
 Poaching for tenderness, flavor and zest
Poaching requires a deeper connection to the food you're preparing, be it salmon, beef tenderloin, pears or even eggs.
Poaching is a gentle, moist-heat cooking method, a first cousin to braising, steaming and en papillote (steaming in paper).
The liquid used to poach the fish or meat is then used as the base for a sauce for flavoring the finished dish.
www.azcentral.com /home/food/articles/0319poach19.html   (917 words)

  
 Poaching cooking methods techniques for asian food recipes.
Poaching is fast as well as heart smart, since there is no fat added to the cooking process.
The temperature of the poaching liquid should be between 170 and 180 degrees.
Some fish that are poached whole and are intended to be served cold are started in a cold instead of a hot court bouillon.
asiarecipe.com /poaching.html   (599 words)

  
 Poaching
To understand why poaching of wildlife is a thriving market, it is important to understand the background and uses of wildlife parts.
Many of the species illegally killed or poached are charismatic mega-vertebrates, such as felids including tigers (Panthera tigris) for tiger bones, rhinos for their horns, and bears for a variety of body parts.
To try to determine the magnitude of poaching of fl and grizzly bears in the northwest region of the United States, Alaska and British Columbia, we decided to construct a survey to poll the perceptions of biologists, wardens or conservation officers and outfitters.
www.grizzlybear.org /Poaching.htm   (2829 words)

  
 Anti-poaching
Zambia is still a relatively poor nation and the rural people do not have the luxury to view wildlife for it's beauty, as the wealthy and western world do, and often can only see it for the nutritional value it can provide for their families.
The difference between this and Subsistence Poaching is the fact that it is not for survival, it is commercial.
Snaring is the most indiscriminate form of poaching that exists today often causing the utterly wasteful death of any unfortunate animal that may use the game trail.
www.afrikeye.net /Conservation/CLZ/pages/anti-poaching.htm   (411 words)

  
 Environment: Poaching: Illegal Hunting
Poaching has plagued environmentalists for years and, despite laws, this horrific crime has yet to be stopped.
Poaching is a serious problem and a criminal act.
The effects of poaching will be felt for centuries to come, and if there are any still alive, the only place to see animals might be in a zoo.
www.teenink.com /Past/2001/February/Environment/Poaching.html   (462 words)

  
 WDFW Poaching Report Form
Poaching has a direct affect on all of us that follow the rules.
For example, poaching diminishes current and future populations thus reducing hunting/fishing opportunities for us and our children, and deprives local businesses of revenues.
Bottom line is that poaching steals the opportunity from the rest of us that follow the rules and regulations.
wdfw.wa.gov /enf/poaching.htm   (489 words)

  
 Poaching, Smuggling Threaten Abalone Colonies in South Africa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Poaching and other criminal activites associated with it are shredding the entire communities who are earning a living from abalone poaching—and living on the wrong side of the law.
Poaching has been going on for as long as authorities have tried to use a system of quotas to maintain stocks by limiting catches and protecting undersize abalone from exploitation before they reach reproductive age.
Poaching is not the only threat to the country's abalone stocks.
news.nationalgeographic.com /news/2002/04/0402_020402_abalone_2.html   (983 words)

  
 Dr. John Sullivan's - "Poaching" Isn't Just For Salmon Anymore (a 3 Part series)
Poaching is considered unethical by some but any graduate of the "Gordon Gecko" school of business could easily fail to find any ethical issues in poaching employees.
Poaching employees from wholesale customers and suppliers can be a risky business if you do enough poaching so that they notice.
Poaching is analogous to convincing a happily married person to leave their current spouse for another one across tandem.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/gately/pp15js97.htm   (1608 words)

  
 The National Archives Learning Curve | Crime and Punishment
There were tough punishments for poaching during this period.
In 1723 the "Black Act" made poaching with a flened face a capital offence (those caught could be hanged).
Possessing poaching equipment could mean a year in prison or transportation (see Gallery Punishment before 1450).
www.learningcurve.gov.uk /candp/crime/g04/g04cs6.htm   (192 words)

  
 Poaching   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Sometimes indigenous peoples are poaching for subsistence reasons, but more often wealthy individuals are poaching because it is a lucrative way to make a lot of money.
Legalizing a sustainable harvest in conjunction with strong enforcement for those exceeding their permitted harvest is one way to allow indigenous communities subsistence-level harvest.
Strong enforcement and penalties for poaching are often necessary.
www.livinglakes.org /issues/poaching.htm   (236 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Poaching robs legitimate sportsmen of game and fish, robs businesses and taxpayers of revenues generated by hunting and fishing, and robs us and future generations of our wildlife.
Poaching is the illegal killing or taking of any wildlife.
Report poaching to your local wildlife enforcement officer, the local poaching hotline or to the state, provincial, or federal conservation authorities.
www.naweoa.org /poaching.htm   (616 words)

  
 Classical Cuisine: Lecture Shallow Poaching   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Shallow poaching is a moist-heat cooking method in which heat is transferred by conduction from the pan, to the poaching liquid, to the food.
Poach until the protein is coagulated, remove the item and set aside.
Reduce the poaching liquid (Cuisson), season, strain and serve with the poached item, or prepare a sauce with the reduced poaching liquid and serve the sauce coating the poached food.
stu.aii.edu /~pl121/lecture_shallow_poaching.htm   (188 words)

  
 Poaching - A Cry From The Wild
Yes, this is what I call it after seeing these stills from a video of hunters poaching bear.
Poaching is a devastating threat to wildlife and to their survival and resources.
Poaching and the people who carry this out are truly appalling.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/wildlife/9960   (483 words)

  
 MRNFP - S.O.S. Poaching   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Poaching results in a threat to wildlife resources and a depletion of the collective heritage of all those citizens -- nature lovers, hunters, fishers and trappers -- who respect nature and comply with the legislation and regulations.
The Société's S.O.S. Poaching hotline 1 800 463-2191 allows the general public to become involved in combatting this threat.
Information on any poaching activities will be transmitted via this free, confidential telephone service to the members of the Protection de la faune for analysis and investigation.
www.fapaq.gouv.qc.ca /en/sos_brac/sos_brac.htm   (138 words)

  
 NATURE: The Elephants of Africa - The Poaching Problem
During this time period, poachings fueled by ivory sales cut Africa's elephant population in half.
But in June, 1997, CITES voted partially to lift trade sanctions and to allow Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia to sell stockpiled ivory to Japan, where there is a major ivory market.
In September, 1996, Michael Fay, an elephant researcher with the Wildlife Conservation Society, was flying his small airplane over a remote forest clearing just outside the Nouabale-Ndoki National Park in northern Congo when he spotted a cluster of elephant carcasses.
www.pbs.org /wnet/nature/elephants/poaching.html   (642 words)

  
 ENVIRONMENT: Poaching Declining In Swaziland
Since the enactment of the Game Act ten years ago, poaching of all types is only one tenth what it was in the late 1980s.
Poaching of rhino has been eradicated, according to the Ministry of Tourism.
The price to be paid for undermining the act, however, is a return to untrammeled poaching, and the likely endangerment of the country's indigenous animals.
www.ipsnews.net /news.asp?idnews=29221   (985 words)

  
 Poaching - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Poaching is a growing problem, one that occurs statewide and year-round.
FWP game wardens have broken several major poaching rings in recent years.
But with just 72 wardens each covering an average of 2,000 square miles (about the size of Delaware), they can’t put a major dent in poaching without help.
fwp.mt.gov /hunting/poaching/default.html   (279 words)

  
 CNN.com - Poaching for baby gorillas turns deadly - Nov. 30, 2002
CNN's Gary Strieker reports that in Central Africa the last populations of mountain gorillas are threatened by a new outbreak of poaching.
In Central Africa, the last populations of mountain gorillas are threatened by a new outbreak of poaching, possibly the mastermind of an unknown sponsor with lots of money.
Since May, at least six of the rare apes have been shot and killed, alarming wildlife conservationists and prompting the expansion of anti-poaching patrols of an isolated gorilla preserve.
archives.cnn.com /2002/TECH/science/11/30/our.planet.mountain.gorillas   (687 words)

  
 Recycling & Poaching
Several of you have e-mailed in the past few weeks to comment on the apparent lack of enforcement around recycling poaching.
The Solid Waste Department told us “poaching has been an ongoing problem since the curbside program started, and has increased with the improved prices for materials.
Until recently arrests had to be prosecuted at the County level, and the penalties were ineffective, so the only effective enforcement was to stop poaching vehicles for outstanding traffic violations.
www.ci.berkeley.ca.us /council5/poachingnews.html   (444 words)

  
 Poaching
Poached fish falls apart easily, so handle it carefully after cooking.
poaching whole fish, wrap in cheesecloth before cooking for ease in
Poaching liquids can be reused several times, if desired, or they can
www.adelphiaseafood.com /recipes/poaching.htm   (100 words)

  
 Marine Resource Issues, Commercial Fishermen caught Poaching California Red Abalone
Widely viewed as a “victim” of the 1997 fishery closure though he was under suspicion of poaching the north coast long before the closure.
A false-bottom SCUBA tank was used for covert transport of the poached abalone.
Arrested after running down coast to San Francisco Bay with a load of abalone poached off the north coast and hidden in specially designed compartments required partial disassembly of of the boat to locate.
www.sonic.net /~rocky/commercialsinpoaching.htm   (662 words)

  
 Poaching - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stealing or killing domestic animals is theft ("cattle rustling"), not poaching.
In the middle ages, poaching was a form of hunting unique to the poor, especially during the eras when hunting was a privilege reserved to landowners and the nobility.
Still, killing the deer was considered poaching, no matter for what cause.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Poaching   (343 words)

  
 Sharp decline in Nepal's endangered rhinos - Environment - MSNBC.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The census at the Royal Chitwan National Park in the central Nepali plains, home to the second largest number of single-horned rhinos in the world after India, showed their numbers had fallen to the lowest level in more than a decade.
Officials and environmentalists said poaching had become easier after a number of small security posts in the reserve were merged with the bigger ones because of a threat from Maoist insurgents, leaving the park less protected.
But poaching for horns is a threat in both Nepal and India and killing methods include electrocution, environmentalists say.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/7558379   (574 words)

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