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Old 08-11-2008, 12:53 PM   #1
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Corned beef

I'm like a little duck - everything is a new adventure for me. Recently I've posted about curing meat and smoking the pastrami and canadian bacon. We'd had a corned beef fresh out of the curing process and tonight we had a frozen one - couldn't tell any difference as they were both incredible. If you haven't tried curing your own meat I encourage you to give it a try. It's easy, requires only 2 gal plastic bags, maybe an injector, and the curing stuff and it tastes great. Have been getting rave reviews on the canadian bacon I provided to friends. Think I'll cure up a batch in early Feb and see how many Irish friends I can find for corned beef and cabbage on St Patricks Day.

Next adventure - sausage making. The wife's not a big fan of link meats so I'll try some bulk Italian for use in fatties and for pasta dishes. Need to go read a bunch of wittdogs threads.
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Old 08-11-2008, 01:16 PM   #2
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I started making sausage a few years ago and Witt gave me countless hours of great info. He is the man!
Get the Rytek Kutas book "Great sausage recipes and meat curing". It's a great read.
Good luck!
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I started making sausage a few years ago and Witt gave me countless hours of great info. He is the man!
Get the Rytek Kutas book "Great sausage recipes and meat curing". It's a great read.
Good luck!
Thanks - I have the book and used it to guide me through the curing process.
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I started making sausage a few years ago and Witt gave me countless hours of great info. He is the man!
Get the Rytek Kutas book "Great sausage recipes and meat curing". It's a great read.
Good luck!
Thanks - I have the book and used it to guide me through the curing process.
Sweet!
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