Your first question is what the heck is a vegetable garbure? Short answer: a ham and vegetable French peasantry stew. Long answer: a French stew I found in Ruhlman’s Twenty which enabled me to use up the bacon rind I’ve been saving in the freezer from the last time I made bacon. Doesn’t it alwaysContinue reading “Getting Colder Outside, Make a Hearty Vegetable Garbure!”
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Part 2 of the Making Bacon Experiment – Success!
If you read Part 1 you know I recently decided to up my game a little bit this summer by doing a Rumpelstiltskin on some pork belly and turn it into bacon. For seven days I waited, kept rotating the pork belly, and watched. Day 7 ended on Wednesday so I eagerly pulled the baconContinue reading “Part 2 of the Making Bacon Experiment – Success!”
First Attempt at Making Bacon – Part 1
For the longest time I’ve been wanting to try my hand at curing meat and making sausages. I’ve been following a couple of charcuterie bloggers and have been fascinated by what they’re turning out. Since I spend less time in the kitchen during the summer I figured now would be a good time to crossContinue reading “First Attempt at Making Bacon – Part 1”