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post #41 of 47
Snipe, just caught up with this, sorry to hear the news.
post #42 of 47

So sorry to hear about your loss. Condolences to you and your family.

 

HT

post #43 of 47
Thread Starter 

Thanks guys...your kind words are really appreciated.

Just held service for mum and now sitting at home with a very large dark rum and coke.

So....in memory of mum, and with a little tribute to her at the end of the video, i have published the final results of my Prosciutto project.

I was very pleasantly surprised with the results!!!!

I hope one or two of you have a go at this because the results are really worth it

I dont know if the video will post here, but if it doesn't here is a link to it on my YouTube channel

Once again....thanks for all you kind words......God Bless

Russ and family

Enjoy

 

post #44 of 47
'Sciutto looks great. Love the carving setup. I need to build something too.
post #45 of 47
Thread Starter 

 

 

Well, its been sitting on our kitchen table for a while now, in the stand, and just covered with a tea-towel. Its been shrinking LOL

post #46 of 47

That is awesome...good job

post #47 of 47

Sniper, can't thank you enough for your step-by-step here. You've inspired my to try my hand at it. So far, I've done a bresola and a couple of capicola, and they turned out pretty well. My friends have been after me for a long time to try prosciutto (funny how they never want to do it themselves.)  So anyway, today I happened across a pork leg at a good price, and will be using your videos as my guideline.

Wish me luck!

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