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Charcuterie: How-to make it at home

Spice it, salt it, slice and eat. Repeat. That's charcuterie.

Think you can make your own bacon at home? With BetsyLife's recipe, you can - and with some curing salt it is quite easy too. From corned beef to salmon, these recipes will walk you through the basics of curing meats and fish.

Looking for a more daring project? Might we suggest heading over to Mrs. Wheelbarrow's Charcutepalooza where the July challenge includes making hot dogs, mortadella and bratwurst. Or try out these recipes here:

[Spanish Chorizo (from Wrightfood)

chorizo

[Duck Prosciutto (from eat live travel write)

duck prosciutto

[Beef Jerky (from My Man's Belly)

Beef Jerky

[Cured Bacon (from BetsyLife)

Cured Bacon

[Gravlox (from Food52)

428096c7-fa8d-4b6b-85bc-f948273c846f--Cured Salmon

[Italian-style Cured Beef (from them apples)

Italian-style sliced cured beef

[Pastrami (from foodtease)

Pastrami

[Salt Cured Tuna (from playing with fire and water)

Salt Cured Tuna

[Chicken Liver Mushroom Pate (from Anabella's Kitchen)

Chicken Liver Mushroom Pate

[Corned Beef Cabbage (from Leite's Culinaria)

corned beef cabbage

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