Home Cured Pancetta!
How to cure pancetta. I'm going to do this just as soon as I can track down some "pink salt". I bought the pork belly today, which came in an unmarked ziplock bag from the freezer case of an Asian grocery store. I'm glad I asked, or I never would have found it!
I RECENTLY TOOK UP SMOKING. MAKIN' BACON.
After much debate about the benefits and drawbacks, my boyfriend and I jointly decided to take up smoking about a month ago. It's totally worth it and completely cool. Don't let anyone tell you different. Sure ... it stinks up the house a little bit, but that's a small price
Smoking Bacon - Pork Belly Bacon: Smoking Meat, Making Sausage, Making Cheese, Making Jerky, Brewing Beer, Canning, Dehydrating
This site is all about: Making Homemade Bacon, Making Bacon, Home cured Bacon,Smoking Meat,Real BBQ, Making Sausage, Making Cheese,Brewing Beer,Caning,making bread in general making great food!
This homemade pancetta--unsmoked bacon (pork belly)--is cured with salt, sugar, pepper, juniper berries, bay leaves, nutmeg, and thyme.
Makin' bacon... how to cure and smoke bacon without nitrates
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EAT The Whole Pig: How To Cure Your Own Bacon
Of course after my recent purchase of a whole pig, bacon was certainly on the agenda for one of the slabs of belly. Unfortunately, bacon does not come off the pig ready to go — first you have to cure it, then you need to smoke it! We will walk through how I went about the curing process today and I'll detail in a later post the smoking process. I had my side of the pork belly cut into 3 slabs and used one for the bacon in today's post. I rinsed the fresh belly slab well, trimmed it up and…
Homemade Bacon Recipe on Food52
Nothing could be simpler than makin’ bacon, the king of all fried meats. How many “vegetarians” have you known who just eat the periodic slab of crisp sautéed hog fat? I rest my case. Bacon is God. To cure your own bacon, plan and shop for ingredients well in advance. You might need to special-order the pork belly from your local butcher or grocery store. And if you can’t find curing salt (Insta-Cure #1) or hickory sawdust from your local kitchen supply shop or butcher, order it from…