fork-tender

adjective
(of food, especially meat) cooked so that it can be cut or pierced easily with a fork.
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After four hours, two hours past when a normal pot roast would be fork-tender, the deckle yielded.
Come home a bit late and you'll still be greeted with delicious, fork-tender cuts.
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