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Dry Cured Peperone

post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 

Some of the dry cured sausage and salami is getting done.

 

Here is the Peperone. Recipe is Charcuterie book pg 146

 

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This makes store bought taste like $h@^

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post #2 of 19

Very nice!  That looks tastyicon14.gif

post #3 of 19

Looks like I'm going to have to buy the book, That looks AMAZING!

post #4 of 19
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Originally Posted by S2K9K View Post

Looks like I'm going to have to buy the book, That looks AMAZING!



Its not that hard to make. Some think its like rocket science and get all techy E=Mc2

post #5 of 19

Ok, I've gotten proactive and written to the Mayor about their new "RecycleBank" program in Fort Worth, recommending in addition to offering prizes and goofy stuff for recycling completely, to add "points" you can accumulate for getting a date with a Shred Truck to come to your house.  They do offer Shred service once per year in Oct/Nov, one day a year they will come and shred stuff at no charge.  But if you're out shopping (and what holidays would we be shopping for, huh?) you miss the truck, opportunity lost!  Any other time you have to pay for it and it's expensive.  Both my wife and I are disabled and can't transport 20 boxes of old bills to Office Depot, which charges $1 a lb to shred; it'd be several hundred dollars.  But, if they set up in the RecycleBank program you can accumulate your points to get an appointment for a shred truck to come to your house, the points paying for it, say a two week window that you can better regulate your scheduling, then I'd be able to get 10 years of records out of my garage and have room for another fridge for a curing chamber!  See the method to my madness? LOL!  Mmmoooahahhaahaha....

post #6 of 19

Rick that sausage looks amazing 

post #7 of 19
Thread Starter 

Pops

 

Just do it

 

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post #8 of 19

Ohh... FANTASTIC looking pepperoni, reminds me of the stick pepperoni we carried in the meat department, two sticks / pkg, bare in cases, we'd have to overwrap and price, then once a week unwrap and wipe off the white mold on it and rewrap.  We'd do a couple hundred cases at a time and build huge waterfall displays in the meatcase and cold cut case in October in prep for hunting season and sell it like hotcakes!  If i remember correctly, it was Della Rosa Pepperoni stick.  Just wonderful stuff, got it from Casa Imports in Utica, NY.

post #9 of 19
Wow! Fantastic. drool.gif
post #10 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pops6927 View Post

Ok, I've gotten proactive and written to the Mayor about their new "RecycleBank" program in Fort Worth, recommending in addition to offering prizes and goofy stuff for recycling completely, to add "points" you can accumulate for getting a date with a Shred Truck to come to your house.  They do offer Shred service once per year in Oct/Nov, one day a year they will come and shred stuff at no charge.  But if you're out shopping (and what holidays would we be shopping for, huh?) you miss the truck, opportunity lost!  Any other time you have to pay for it and it's expensive.  Both my wife and I are disabled and can't transport 20 boxes of old bills to Office Depot, which charges $1 a lb to shred; it'd be several hundred dollars.  But, if they set up in the RecycleBank program you can accumulate your points to get an appointment for a shred truck to come to your house, the points paying for it, say a two week window that you can better regulate your scheduling, then I'd be able to get 10 years of records out of my garage and have room for another fridge for a curing chamber!  See the method to my madness? LOL!  Mmmoooahahhaahaha....


W T H ? eek.gif

 

post #11 of 19

Just me, sorry!

post #12 of 19

thatsa soma nicea roni ricardo...........icon14.gif

 

Joe

post #13 of 19

icon_eek.gifWow!

post #14 of 19

nepas, morning.....   I can only imagine the incredibly delicious flavor of those sticks.........   33.gif...... th_dunno-1[1].gif...... drivamecrazy......  

post #15 of 19
Thread Starter 

Whatza matta U, Why U looka so sad, Itza nota bad, Itza nica place ahhh i sucha sausage facea

post #16 of 19

That looks nothing like store bought! It's awesome looking and bet it tastes even better! Great job!

post #17 of 19

Looks great. Nothing artificial, no artificial colors, no artificial flavors. Real pepproni. YUM!

post #18 of 19

Fantastic pepperoni, Rick!  That looks so tasty. Mmm! Mmm! drool.gif

post #19 of 19

I can't imagine how good that must taste!!!! Drool.

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