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By Tia Harrison

ISBN-10: 1118387449

ISBN-13: 9781118387443

TS1962.H37 2012
664’.902
C2012-902751-0

Discover tips to butcher your personal meat and make home made sausage
With curiosity in a back-to-basics method of nutrition at the rise,more and extra individuals are turning into attracted to butchering their very own meat and making fine quality, preservative-free sausages.

With easy-to-follow directions and illustrations, Butchery& Sausage-Making For Dummies deals readers a glance at how you can butcher bird, rabbit, red meat, red meat, lamb, and goats. The e-book also will discover sausage-making, with suggestions and recipes, and may examine holding meat via curing and smoking.

  • Offers typical, fitter possible choices for sausages and preserved meats for individuals cautious of processed foods
  • Provides worthy assistance and information for domestic chefs and newbie butchers
  • Provides wanted suggestions for these seeking to discover this long-overlooked profession

Butchery & Sausage Making For Dummies is a useful source for domestic chefs drawn to being extra in charge approximately their meat, or those who want to get a better price and luxuriate in more healthy choices to what's present in their neighborhood grocery store.

Tia Harrison is co-founder of The Butcher's Guild, government chef and co-owner of Sociale eating place, and co-owner of Avedano's Meats, an area butcher store that specializes in entire animal butchery. Tia is captivated with foodstuff, schooling, and reviving the loss of life artwork of butchering by means of hand as well as assisting small farms and sustainable nutrition platforms.

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Add chanterelles, beans, green garlic, garlic cloves, thyme, salt, and pepper and cook until green garlic is caramelized, 7 minutes. Toss with remaining lemon juice and keep warm. Meanwhile, heat remaining butter in a 12” nonstick skillet over medium. Add eggs and 1 tsp. water and season with salt and pepper; cook, covered, until whites are set but yolks are still runny, about 3 minutes; divide between 4 plates. Arrange vegetables around eggs and finish with reserved blackberries and hazelnuts, and the herbs.

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