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Bastirma بسطرمة
Bastrima - an Egyptian-style cured beef. Sounds easy enough. Maybe a project for…
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Sweet and Spicy Candied Bacon (Millionaire's Bacon) // Video
Sweet and Spicy Candied Bacon is a completely addicting snack. The perfect gift for any bacon lover. | @suburbansoapbox #smithfieldflavor
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Bacon made the easy way...
Pop's Bacon cure and recipe! Gotta give this one a try! This sounds better than the other one I poste
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Duck Ham: A Super-Easy Meat Curing Project from And Here We Are
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Old Fashioned Preserving: Grandpa’s Recipe for Cured Smoked Ham
Old Fashioned Preserving: Grandpa’s Recipe for Cured Smoked Ham — A century ago most of the hog's meat was cured and smoked to preserve it. This process is still used today by some, but curing hams it’s becoming a lost skill. Nowadays we rely too much on refrigerators.
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The Morton Salt Book: Curing Meat at Home – Mother Earth News
This excerpt from Morton Salt's superior booklet, A Complete Guide To Home Meat Curing, covers the process of curing meat at home - specifically pork - and introduces curing poultry. Originally published as
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Guanciale is Italian cured pork cheek or jowl. It's traditionally used in classic pastas, like spaghetti all carbonara and bucatini all'amatriciana. Because it's largely fat, guanciale has a more seductive pork flavor and delicate texture than cured meat that comes from the belly (like pancetta, which is a common substitute, though the flavor isn't the same).
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Salami Recipe
Homemade Salami: 2 pounds ground beef 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon onion powder 1/2 teaspoon mustard seed 2 tablespoons curing salt 1 tablespoon c...
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How to Make Guanciale - Curing Guanciale at Home | Hank Shaw
Guanciale is Italian cured pork cheek or jowl. It's traditionally used in classic pastas, like spaghetti all carbonara and bucatini all'amatriciana. Because it's largely fat, guanciale has a more seductive pork flavor and delicate texture than cured meat that comes from the belly (like pancetta, which is a common substitute, though the flavor isn't the same).