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Baker the butcher teaches a townie the art of making homekill sausages Although I may have been a natural at filling the case, tying the case to make individual sausages was something I just could not get my head around. Again, Baker could do it with his eyes closed. "I don't even need to look I've been doing it that long [...]
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Lessons from Facebook: Can We Defeat Databuse? We are all part of the giant sausage-making machine that grinds the grist of daily life into the holy grail of modern society: data-driven, convenient consumption. Among those of us who build and tend the massive data mincer, the recent news headlines [...]
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Living the good life in Gerogery In the kitchen, the wife has been busy making and bottling jam, chutney and stone fruit from own vegetables and kind neighbour's fruit. There is far too much for us, but we give the jars to friends that don't have the time to do the same. I have [...]
Many branded sausages contain shocking salt levels, so here's how to make your own Natural sausage skins (hog casings) which can be found at your local butcher – these are much more tender once cooked and make all the difference. Spices of your choice (nothing beats traditional – simply white and black pepper, or you could try [...]
The long-term goal for Charcutier Ltd, Dunsford’s four-year-old business, is to produce an air-dried ham to rival Europe’s best, and he fully expects it to take two decades. Having trained in photography and worked in the film industry, 33-year-old Dunsford is now back on his family’s farm near Kidwelly, where he rears his own pigs, produces sausages and bacon to centuries-old recipes and bones up on British, American... As popular as his more niche products are – he’s had customers come to blows over the last piece of Gascon ventrèche – it’s his traditional Welsh sausages and bacon that really fly out. To find out why, there’s no better way than to get stuck in to sausage-making, using Dunsford’s recipe.
As well as cheese-making paraphernalia, jam pans and other preserving tools, there are three types of traditional sausage-making sets (£8. 99). The timing is perfect: these kits are all the justification you need to stay in and keep an eye on... But can it be true that Lakeland, known for its strangely compelling catalogue packed with time-saving ideas, has identified a group who find themselves wanting to spend more, not less, time in the kitchen. Shuster and her friend Gaynor Preece set up the company in 2000. “We were already in the commercial side of the sausage business, and had visited factories and seen how much preservative and chemicals were added,” she says.
When it’s so easy to simply pick up a pack of minced meat from the supermarket or the local butcher, one might wonder why anyone would need a meat mincer or grinder, but bear with us a little while and we’ll get to the point.If at any point you’ve wondered what type of meat was minced, or whether the meat was truly lean as it’s label claimed, then with a meat grinder, you would know exactly what the mince constituted.Going one step further, the ability to make your own sausages or chippolatas...
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What is the Aldi Ambiano Premium Stand Mixer?Unless your head has been stuck in a fruit cake for the past four weeks, you’ll have spotted that The Great British Bake Off has returned to our screens. Cue much cooing over Paul Hollywood’s twinkly blue eyes, Mary’s natty bomber jackets and those fancy stand mixers on the bakers’ workbenches. But said stand mixers are pricey, so this year, low-cost supermarket Aldi is hoping to win over inspired viewers with a cut-price model. The Aldi...