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What can I say, I didn’t have ham in the freezer but I wanted the meat to be 0 mile.. so put the old thinking cap on, I do have some very nice legs of lamb, so I cured up two … Continue reading
This is a nod to my beloved Grandpa, who I remember as a child encourging me to try that lovely roasted bone marrow on my pork chops,while he smacked his lips over his.. This one is for you! I have … Continue reading
As most folks who have been reading for a while know, I am on a steady, never ending learning curve on old ways to use and perserve all kinds of food that the farm produces. I got a new cookbook … Continue reading
Well, I would love to tell you that this is a quick and easy recipe and to point it is… when its put together.. This could be made with any good quality bread, I made mine with baking powder biscuits, … Continue reading
I have to admit that I still have a bit of trouble with this one, not for short terms perserving but the idea that confit will last three to four months. Confit appears to have come from France as a … Continue reading
The Dehyrdator Bible by Jennifer Machenzie, Jay Nutt and Don Mercer I have already done a book review, on this solidly useful book, I still find myself reaching for it at least once or twice a week to check my temps … Continue reading
I know that the meals are being a little back to back, but I am trying to get caught up, so hope you won’t mind to much that I doing two dark day meals one day apart.. This was a … Continue reading
I like to age my meats after butcher, it is much better for taste and texture to do so, be it beef, lamb or any of the smaller critters, before I left on my trip, I was doing a number of … Continue reading
Nope, just duck! Lots and Lots of duck LOL Hold on fellew bloggers and my wonderful readers, the coming next series of post are all about how to butcher out your duck and then take all those parts and process … Continue reading