The New Charcuterie Cookbook

Author: Jamie Bissonnette
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 9781624140471
Size: 13.98 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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James Beard Best Chef Award Winner Master the Art of Charcuterie With Outstanding Recipes From An Award-Winning Chef You haven't become a true food-crafter until you've mastered the art of charcuterie, and who better to show you the ropes than nose-to-tail icon, Jamie Bissonnette? The New Charcuterie Cookbook features sausages, confits, salumi, pates and many other dishes for the home cook. With a wide variety of recipes, such as Banana Leaf-Wrapped Porchetta, Lebanese Lamb Sausages, Mexican Chorizo, Traditional Saucisson Sec and Simply Perfect Duck Prosciutto, you'll have a whole chopping block full of fun and different flavors to try that are distinctively Jamie's. Packed with creative and delicious recipes, step-by-step photography and Jamie's insider knowledge and signature charm, this book is the only thing you'll need to make the best charcuterie at home.

The New Charcuterie Cookbook

Author: Jamie Bissonnette
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781624140464
Size: 13.83 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Helping home cooks master the art of charcuterie, which is the ability to use all parts of an animal to prepare uniquely flavored dishes, the popular chef of Boston's Coppa and Toro Boston restaurants presents more than 100 of his signature recipes. Original.

In The Charcuterie

Author: Taylor Boetticher
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 9781448190973
Size: 17.19 MB
Format: PDF
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'A cracking book!' Tom Kerridge The tradition of preserving meats is one of the oldest of all the food arts. Yet, most people simply associate charcuterie with a delicious platter of meats at a restaurant. But real charcuterie goes well beyond that. At its most basic level it is the technique of seasoning, processing, and preserving meat, but the charcutier’s bounty ranges from sausages and hams to stuffed game birds and elaborate roasts. Charcuterie can be a succulent confit duck leg on a bed of crisp greens, a rich and meaty stew, or a picnic blanket laden with pâtés, pickled vegetables and slices of fragrant salami. With over 125 recipes and fully illustrated instructions for making brined, smoked, cured, skewered, braised, rolled, tied, and stuffed meats, plus a primer on whole-animal butchery, this definitive cookbook explains professional techniques that will enable home cooks to experience restaurant-quality meat every day and take their meat cooking to the next level. Start with a whole hog middle, stuff it with herbs and spices, then roll it, tie it, and roast it for a ridiculously succulent take on porchetta. Or brandy your own prunes to stuff a decadent duck terrine. If it’s sausage you crave, grind, case, link, loop and smoke your own kolbász. This book will help you fill your larder with jars of suet and drippings, tubs of flavoured butter and pots of confit. It will show you how to turn a haunch of pork into creamy lard, a heady broth or a smoked ham, and how to whip up an elegant pâté, a hearty pot of soup, or a mess of savoury scones. With its impeccably tested recipes, this instructive and inspiring tome is destined to become the go-to reference on charcuterie – a treasure for anyone fascinated by the art of cooking with and preserving meat and an indispensable classic for years to come.

Charcuterie

Author: Miranda Ballard
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
ISBN: 1849755671
Size: 10.97 MB
Format: PDF
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Learn more about the history and types of charcuterie and salumi available to buy in The Charcuterie Board. The Small Bites chapter will provide you with a host of recipes to serve with drinks, such as grilled chorizo and scallops on sticks, scotch eggs and ‘Sushi style’ gorgonzola with prosciutto and arugula. You’ll also find recipes to make a perfect light lunch or appetizer, as well as Entrees such as paella with chorizo and omelet with ham, gruyere cheese and patatas bravas. The section on home curing will provide you with recipes to cure your own pork belly or duck breast, while the range of Accompaniments from pickles to toasts will give you all you need to complete your perfect charcuterie board.

Charcuter A

Author: Jeffrey Weiss
Publisher: Agate Publishing
ISBN: 9781572847378
Size: 19.47 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Charcutería: The Soul of Spain is the first book to introduce authentic Spanish butchering and meat-curing techniques to the American market. Included are more than 100 traditional Spanish recipes, straightforward illustrations providing easy-to-follow steps for amateur and professional butchers, and gorgeous full-color photography of savory dishes, Iberian countrysides, and centuries-old Spanish cityscapes. Author Jeffrey Weiss has written an entertaining, extravagantly detailed guide on Spain's unique cuisine and its history of charcutería, which is deservedly becoming more celebrated on the global stage. While Spain stands porky cheek-to-jowl with other great cured-meat-producing nations like Italy and France, the charcuterie traditions of Spain are perhaps the least understood of this trifecta. Americans have most likely never tasted the sheer eye-rolling deliciousness that is cured Spanish meats: chorizo, the garlic-and-pimentón-spiked ambassador of Spanish cuisine; morcilla, the family of blood sausages flavoring regional cuisine from Barcelona to Badajoz; and jamón, the acorn-scented, modern-day crown jewel of Spain's charcutería legacy. Charcutería: The Soul of Spain is a collection of delicious recipes, uproarious anecdotes, and time-honored Spanish culinary traditions. The author has amassed years of experience working with the cured meat traditions of Spain, and this book will surely become a standard guide for both professional and home cooks.

Sausage Cookbook Bible

Author: Ellen Brown
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781604333954
Size: 12.85 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Sausage isn’t just for breakfast! It is a food that can be made with everything from the finest meats to a large assortment of vegetables and grains. It can be flavored to be both savory and sweet. Best of all, it is a food that is generally thought of as a “comfort food” – an ingredient that makes the dish that it’s in flavorful and satisfying. The Sausage Cookbook Bible explores sausage in all its forms and functions, and gives 500 mouth-watering recipes for serving it in everything from basic breakfast to gourmet dessert.

Sausage Making

Author: Ryan Farr
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452101798
Size: 19.98 MB
Format: PDF
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With the rise of the handcrafted food movement, food lovers are going crazy for the all-natural, uniquely flavored, handmade sausages they're finding in butcher cases everywhere. At San Francisco's 4505 Meats, butcher Ryan Farr takes the craft of sausage making to a whole new level with his fiery chorizo, maple-bacon breakfast links, smoky bratwurst, creamy boudin blanc, and best-ever all-natural hot dogs. Sausage Making is Farr's master course for all skill levels, featuring an overview of tools and ingredients, step-by-step sausage-making instructions, more than 175 full-color technique photos, and 50 recipes for his favorite classic and contemporary links. This comprehensive, all-in-one manual welcomes a new generation of meat lovers and DIY enthusiasts to one of the most satisfying and tasty culinary crafts.