In this book, author Joanna Farrow explains how with some basic ingredients and equipment, you can soon be salting, curing, air-drying, and smoking a whole range of seasonal and year-round produce.
Author: Joanna Farrow
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing
Smoking and curing originated as ways to preserve food before the advent of tin cans, freezers and vacuum packs. Nowadays, these ancient skills are enjoying a comeback as many of us look towards a more self sufficient and rewarding way of preparing, storing and eating our food. In this book, author Joanna Farrow explains how with some basic ingredients and equipment, you can soon be salting, curing, air-drying, and smoking a whole range of seasonal and year-round produce. With clear instructions and advice to help you get started, plus 25 original recipes for meat, game, and shellfish, this book will give you the confidence and know-how to begin your own experiments. What could be more delicious than home-cured bacon, subtle smoked salmon, or air-dried ham? With guides to setting up your own smoker, preparing salt and brine cures, drying, and preserving, Self-Sufficiency Home Smoking and Curing is the perfect introduction to making the most of meat, fish, game and poultry.
Home butchering is not for the faint of heart, but it also is a process that you and
your family, along with help from friends, can complete with some guidance. ... Home butchering will appeal to those who value self-sufficiency, are adept at ...
Author: Philip Hasheider
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
From nose to tail, there's a right and a wrong way to dress and cook a pig. Learn the right way. Pork is the most consumed meat in the world. It's inexpensive and versatile, yet relatively few home cooks feel comfortable moving beyond pork chops. And the vast majority never dream of making chorizo or curing their own hams or bacon. The Complete Book of Pork Butchering, Smoking, Curing, Sausage Making, and Cooking changes all that. For the home cook who wants to step up to the butcher block, this bookis the perfect guide. Equal parts butchering handbook, cookbook, and food history book, The Complete Book of Pork Butchering, Smoking, Curing, Sausage Making, and Cooking allows food lovers to take on culinary challenges, such as making their own sausage varieties or breaking down an entire pig, start to finish. Knowing that a single, butchered market hog can produce 371 servings of pork, there's a lot of opportunity for anyone lucky enough to get their hands on a whole hog. Even the folks who buy their meat in more manageable quantities can tackle new recipes and techniques in this book. The book offers recipes, photographs, and illustrations to turn average cooks into nose-to-tail butchering enthusiasts. It also includes information about the history of pigs, meat storage and preservation techniques, and advice on how to best use every part of the pig to its most flavorful effect. There's only one way to enjoy this book: Pig out!
Author: Dick and James StrawbridgePublish On: 2017-03-14
248 Smoking your own food If you like the taste of smoked food, why pay a
premium for it when you can smoke your own at home, for little ... but this all
depends on the type of food and the extent to which it has been cured before smoking—if in any doubt, don't eat it! ... Home-smoked cheese develops an
appealing speckled golden rind; spicy chorizo sausages don't need further
cooking after smoking.
Author: Dick and James Strawbridge
Self Sufficiency for the 21st Century makes it easy to be green and helps you live a more simple, cleaner lifestyle. Self Sufficiency for the 21st Century is a manual for the modern age to help anyone take the proper steps to live more sustainably. This informative, practical guide, written by BBC personalities Dick and James Strawbridge, combines traditional skills and crafts with modern technological advances to help you live eco-friendly. Perfect for both urban and rural readers, Self Sufficiency for the 21st Century has detailed illustrations and step-by-step instructions for tried-and-tested projects, including foraging for wild plants, natural remedies, composting, green cleaners, and conserving energy at home. Learn how to can vegetables, garden in urban spaces, and the basics of animal husbandry. Self Sufficiency for the 21st Century is the perfect book to show you just how easy and rewarding green living can be.
From Window Boxes to Smallholdings - Hundreds of Ways to Become Self- Sufficient Simon Dawson ... Keith, Home Smokingand Curing, Vermilion, 1994
Warren, Piers, How to Store your Garden Produce: The Key to Self- Sufficiency,
Green Books, 2008 A ... Stunning hot and cold home smokers www.
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Author: Simon Dawson
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
Category: House & Home
Packed with practical information and expert advice on everything from gardening to cooking, and from health and beauty to raising livestock, this is the indispensable guide to self-sufficiency. Whether you live in a small flat in the city or have land of your own in the countryside, The Self-Sufficiency Bible encourages you to sit up and say, ?I can do that'!
... and straightforward DIY techniques that will allow you, should you wish, to be a
bit more self-sufficient at home. I show how methods like smoking, curing and
brining can bring the best out in meat and fish in recipes like the Cured Smoked ...
Author: Rosie Birkett
An inspirational collection of resourceful and delicious recipes steeped in a fundamentally practical way of approaching home cooking; returning to basics, minimising waste, following the seasons and keeping things simple to create effortless meals packed with flavour.
Curing and smoking are two of the best ways to preserve and enjoy meat, fish and even dairy products.
Author: Dick Strawbridge
Publisher: Hachette UK
Curing and smoking are two of the best ways to preserve and enjoy meat, fish and even dairy products. From salami and ham to bresaola and smoked salmon, cured meat and fish can be expensive to buy and cook with; and often the quality is questionable. So take control and do it yourself. Nothing could be better than sitting down to dine on luxury, made at home grub. With very little effort, you can create your own cures, hot and cold smoke with wood chippings and even smoke delicate meats and seafood on your stovetop with scented teas and rice. Whether you're an urbanite or country lover, it's easy to have a go at the Good Life. With a how-to guide on every technique featuring step-by-step, practical instruction, tips and advice, and dozens of delicious recipes to inspire you, you'll be making your own salt beef, dry-cured hams, salamis, smoked cheeses, gravadlax and smoked oysters in no time.
(and now reissued) is Home Smoking and Curing by Keith Erlandson (Vermilion,
£6.99). This is invaluable, and it has charming drawings. Also good are Jocasta
Innes's Country Kitchen (Frances Lincoln/Windward, 1989), and Self Sufficiency ...
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Using the same witty style which made The Sausage Book such an entertaining read, Paul Peaqcock provides easy to follow step-by-step guides to the smoking and curing of meat, poultry, game, fish and cheese as well as over 90 recipes for ...
Author: Paul Peacock
Publisher: Good Life Press
Did you know that you can easily knock up your very own smoker out of a dustbin and that smoking your food not only enhances the flavor but is a preservative as well? Using the same witty style which made The Sausage Book such an entertaining read, Paul Peaqcock provides easy to follow step-by-step guides to the smoking and curing of meat, poultry, game, fish and cheese as well as over 90 recipes for brines and rubs in this extended version. Whether you plan to build a smoker to process your own produce or simply wish to smoke a few kippers and a little bacon in the family kitchen, The Smoking and Curing Book will be your ideal companion. With the inclusion of many recipes for both cures and brines and an impressive resource section it will have you producing your own prize hams and roll mop herrings in no time!
"Thumb-indexed edition" This thorough revision of "Cassell's" long-renowned German Dictionary incorporates recent developments in English and German to bring it completely up to date, and supplies more idiomatic phrases and illustrative examples than ever before. This new editionIs over 300 pages longer than the previous editionGives phonetic translations of German keywords and has a key to German pronunciationIndicates whether German verb prefixes are separable or notHas a bibliography of technical and specialist dictionariesIncludes proper names in the main textHas a new clearer lay-out with entries in strictly alphabetical sequence
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