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?
Images and a recipe from the Charcutepalooza demo at BlogHer Food last month, with the dames of meat themselves, Cathy Barrow and Kim Foster.
The salame Gentile is ready for eating after a long 4 month wait.
Silky and sweet. Coppa is everyone's favorite!
Delicious slightly spicy smoked salame from Campania.
Learn how to make culatello.
Have a hunter friend and want to cure something? Kill two birds with one stone and make a deer bresaola.
Rich, gamey, chewy, velvety. It's goat prosciutto, and it's amazing.
A salame that instead of being air dried is buried in liquid lard and left for 3-12 months.
Learn how to make goat salame. Fantastic stuff.
A great summer time infusion to beat the sweltering heat of the summer. It's simple to make, and takes about 2 weeks to infuse. Try using fresh blueberries and Tito's Vodka. Good luck and enjoy!