Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
This easy to follow, detailed description of sausage making makes short shrift of a seemingly daunting endeavor.
Homemade chicken sausages inspired by Hatch chile season.
We went for Ruhlman and Polcyn's Chicago-style All-beef Hot Dogs for July's Charcutepalooza Challenge, and were very happy with the results. Doesn't everybody make hot dogs for the 4th of July?
Extra hands on deck make sausage stuffing a little easier! June's Charcutepalooza Challenge entry: chicken sausage with tomatoes and basil, and a great basic garlic pork sausage.
In which our turkey walks on the wild side
Sausage inspired by goi ga (Vietnamese chicken & cabbage salad).
In which I make merguez, delicious sausages from the Maghreb region of North Africa.
The June Charcutepalooza challenge was to make a poultry sausage. I went contrarian and made a chicken sausage, a type of sausage I never, ever eat. The result? A light, moderately spiced and delicious chicken sausage.
Merguez sausage for Charcutepalooza.
WARNING: Some of what you’re about to see gives credence to the saying that you shouldn’t watch sausages being made, especially if you like sausage. You have been warned!