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Charcuterie. Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m pretty mad about cured and preserved meats, those delicious results of a time before refrigeration that linger on into this modern age because they’re just so incredibly delicious. We’re no … Continue reading

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Review: Hillcrest Artisan Meats

I don’t think there’s anything I don’t love about Hillcrest Artisan Meats — a.k.a. H.A.M.  I love the selection of cured meats, from imported mortadella that fries up to a crisp, delicious brown to a house-made pork-lung pastrami that I … Continue reading

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Pâté de Campagne (Country Pâté)

When we first got our stand mixer, the meat grinding attachment was one of the first accessories I wanted to buy for it.  In addition to being able to grind my own ground beef mixtures and sausage, I really wanted … Continue reading

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Charcuterie at The Pantry

For a state that is enamored of all things pork related, you don’t see the word “charcuterie” appearing on many menus. Originally a way to cure and preserve meats, the art of charcuterie is practiced now mostly because cured meat … Continue reading

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