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7 hours ago, Naam said:

my two nephews in Germany, one is a veterinarian, are hobby hunters. they produce with the help on a real expert at home an excellent and delicious deer salami without any game taste even though for me they don't add domestic pork but wild boar for fat content. most of my air dried hams (6 months!), smoked bacon, liver paté and some other goodies are 90% wild boar. the taste differs slightly from domestic pork but without the pungent game taste (which i actually don't mind e.g. wild hare). they explained that it's all a matter of how long deer or hare is hung "in fur" to "ripen".

Wow, very impressive. 6 month dried ham must be a tricky job.

You initially pump the legs with brine or packed in salt?

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5 hours ago, bamukloy said:

Wow, very impressive. 6 month dried ham must be a tricky job.

You initially pump the legs with brine or packed in salt?

i am not sure how it is done but will spend a week in Germany end of june to pick up 20-25kg of goodies i ordered. this time i will visit the smoke house and the "lab" where they concoct a variety of goodies. i will also deliver a bunch of Asian spices to be uses. needless to mention that i will gain a few kilos.

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23 hours ago, bamukloy said:

Today i am happy to find this wonderful Veneto style salami in Bangkok.

 

And so, i will be feasting on this sandwich 
which is believe by some to be a favourite of the famous Luciano Pavarotti.

 

ingredients:

French style crusty bread
Butter
Salami 
Avacado
Cheese
Mayo
Lettuce, tomato

 

Maybe not as famous as the "Rueben" but sure have a similar health value!

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 I must say that looks pretty damn good. Where did you buy this?   

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Ye olde Baked apples. Easy as anything and beyond satisfying brings back childhood memories.
 
Use a tool to take out the core and stuff them with a premix of a dab or unsalted butter, cinnamon, brown sugar, slosh of rum.
 
Serve with whipped cream or vanilla icecream. 
 
 
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I like baked apples but I love homemade apple sauce. Keeps for a couple weeks in the fridge as well...
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So as a follow up to my seafood gathering of yesterday and last night. 

 

Was down in SaiKung have friends with a restaurant there so the results were not what I would have done except for the lobster mornay. We had a few arguments in the kitchen as to who does what but to be honest I just have a different take to the girls here :sad: most HK gals and the Cantonese in the South of China kill the taste.

 

 

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Anyone got a decent recipe for BBQ sauce for a rack of ribs?

 

I've tried a couple before via google but weren't great. Anything not using liquid smoke.

 

Cheers.

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You may say I killed the taste with this number, but because there were a few children there Lobster Mornay was a cool dish. They love this.

 

The below I always love and do too.

 

 

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