She Who Must Be Obeyed loves salmon. I do too but I find it very expensive. Apparently I am wrong and we can afford it. I stand corrected. Continue reading Dilled Salmon Steaks
It can be a challenge to find a whole packer brisket in this area. So, When I get one I have to think carefully to decide what to do with it. A brisket makes corned beef, pastrami, Montreal smoked meat and several other dishes. When I got this one, a basic smoked brisket called to me. So, I smoked a brisket and made burnt ends out of the point. Continue reading Basic Smoked Brisket & Burnt Ends
My mind worries me sometimes. I was trying to decide whether to make wings with honey mustard sauce or honey garlic glazed wings. My eyes bulged and my ears rang as it became obvious I had to make Garlic Honey Mustard Wings. I’m sure I need professional help.
I love Country Style Ribs. It is too bad they aren’t actually ribs. I think the butchers of the world just want to mess with us. There are butt roasts that come from the shoulder and Country Ribs that aren’t ribs. Sigh. Fortunately they are delicious whatever they are. Continue reading Sweet Thai Chili Country Style Ribs
I love salmon. I really love smoked salmon. I am over the moon for candied smoked salmon. Did I mention I love salmon? Continue reading Candied Salmon
ABT stands for Atomic Buffalo Treats or something to that effect. Some have a more coarse word for the Treat part. It is base on cream cheese stuffed jalapeño peppers wrapped in bacon and smoked. Continue reading Italian Sausage ABT’s
This is the second post about the bacon I produced from a full side (belly) pork slab I picked up on a trip to Montana.
I have added some molasses to my curing of bacon in the past but I am doing it a little differently in this post. Instead of mixing molasses into the cure mix, I rubbed it on the surface of the pork before applying the cure mix. Continue reading Molasses Bacon
BACON! Who doesn’t love bacon? On a recent trip to Montana for a bonspiel, I found a whole side pork in Costco. Whole pieces of side pork are very rare here so I picked it up to make some home made bacon. Continue reading Home-Made Bacon, The First of Three!