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Discussion in 'Smoking Books, Videos, Magazines' started by michael ark, Dec 9, 2011.
Has anyone read this?Though about asking Santa for it.
Yup...have it right here.
You might be happier with the Marianski books if you dont already have them.
Have it on my nook.
Which one and why is it better.http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...ripbooks&field-keywords=+Marianski+&x=11&y=22 Their are 3 pages.
I have all 4 of the Marianski books, Rytek's book and the Charcuterie book. IMHO, the Charcuterie book is a great entry level book and highly recommend it if you have 0 experience in making sausage. I haven't had a bad recipe from Ruhlman and Polcyn yet. If you know the basics, "Home Production of Quality Meats and Sausages" is my recommendation. Rytek's book is still useful but I think the Marianskis do a better job of explaining it.
Thanks solar that's what i wanted to know thanks.
>>>>>>>"Home Production of Quality Meats and Sausages" is my recommendation
Yup it is my go to book and I have all of the books mentioned here.
I would listen to them for I know that Joel (solaryellow) knows what he's talkin about. Now I have to go find that newest book the Ruhlman n polcyn one now.
My Christmas list keeps getting longer
Thanks for the ideas!
They are all a great read. Including some very good recipes.
It is a great book. you know you Will have to make Santa samples from this book.