Tag Archives: bacon
The X mas Factor……..
It is nearly that time of the year again and what a year it has been. The less said the better at this stage. One thing that has definitely grown this year is the desire to cure meats at home. … Continue reading
I have APProached this post with APPreciation for all the APPlication over the past month to get things APProved in time. Big APPlause for Will and co at Nologo Studios who have APPlied themselves with diligence and APPeal. Never putting … Continue reading
The New Normal…….
How does one even start. We are navigating through a sea of daily changes and the only constant appears to be uncertainty. The key to survival is going to be adaptation. Nothing new to Darwin et al and nothing our … Continue reading
A new chapter begins……..
If memory serves, last weekend was the 15th course that I have run in Prince Albert with Jeremy Freemantle. Over the years we have had many great courses and this was definitely one of them. What is also special is … Continue reading
Thank you Montagu……..
Last weekend I ran the first Montagu charcuterie course. Hosted by the Olive Stone Farm and the Vineyard Country House, it was a great success and a lot of fun. Over the course of 2 days we managed to produce … Continue reading
Master Class at The Chef’s Studio
Where: 103 Bree Street When: 11th July 2019 18:00 What: Master class in charcuterie demonstrating block work and bacon making. You will also create your own bacon masterpiece to take home and enjoy. Afterwards you will be treated to a … Continue reading
In my advanced years………….
Due to numerous requests from past course participants we are now offering an advanced curing course. This course is really hands on and you will work your own half a pig, turning it into prosciutto, coppa, pancetta, bacon, sausages, salami … Continue reading
Plett here we come……
My courses are becoming more popular each year and I attribute this to a move towards more ethical eating as well as a growing number of people wanting to make things instead of purchase them in the supermarkets. And also … Continue reading
One of my problems up until now has been the ability to show people all the products I make. My customers stock different parts of my range but none have the full range. Up until now that is. If … Continue reading
The Great Nitrate Debate….
One of the questions I get asked most often is wether or not I use nitrates in the curing of my meats. It is a very controversial subject and I will try to put as many facts together in … Continue reading