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Home Production of Quality Meats and Sausages
There has been a need for a comprehensive one-volume reference on the manufacture of meats and sausages at home. There are many cookbooks loaded with recipes which do not build any foundation for the serious hobbyist to follow. This leaves him with little understanding of the sausage making process and afraid to introduce his own ideas. There are professional books that are written for meat plant managers or graduate students, unfortunately, these works are written in such difficult technical terms, that most of them are beyond the comprehension of an average person. Home Production of Quality Meats and Sausages bridges the gap that exists between highly technical textbooks and the requirements of the typical hobbyist. In order to simplify this gap to the absolute minimum, technical terms were substituted with their equivalent but simpler terms and many photographs, drawings and tables were included. The book covers topics such as curing and making brines, smoking meats and sausages, U.S. Standards, making fresh, smoked, emulsified, fermented and air dried products, making special sausages such as head cheeses, blood and liver sausages, low salt, low fat and Kosher products, hams, bacon, butts and loins, poultry, fish and game, creating your own recipes and much more... To get the reader started 172 recipes are provided which were chosen for their originality and historical value. They carry an enormous value as a study material and as a valuable resource on making meat products and sausages. Although recipes play an important role in these products, it is the process that ultimately decides the sausage quality. It is perfectly clear that the authors don't want the reader to copy the recipes only: "We want him to understand the sausage making process and we want him to create his own recipes. We want him to be the sausage maker."
Best ever book written about sausages and cured meat
By G. Hanna
- June 18, 2010
This is the best.
If you want to buy one book about sausages,this is the one ,believe me you do not need any other.
It made me understand clearly the magic of sausage making,
I can from now on formulate my own sausages because now i know quite well the science behind.
Until now i made the following sausages :-
1-Kosher beef sausage
2-Liver pate sausage
3-Mortadella di bologna
Taste ,texture and aroma are out of this world especially if you allow them to mature for 2 or 3 days in the fridge before you consume them.
Honestly they are better than the ones that i use to buy from the deli.
For me no more buying from the shops.
Page 153 and 154 alone worth the price of this book because they simply provide you with the secret of making better than the shops sausages
Large variety of sausages as an example fresh sausages ,cooked sausages,emulsified sausages,boiled sausages,liver sausages ,head cheeses and... read more
Out of the park! best book on Charcuterie written to date
By jack of all trades
- November 18, 2010
Yes, I've read Ruhlman's "Charcuterie" (poor IMO) and Jane Grigson's "Charcuterie & French Pork Cookery" & Kuta's "great Sausage Recipes and meat curing" However...for Charcuterie, nothing touches this.
This is book is NOT about fresh sausage or Duck Confit(Ruhlman)This book is about:
CHARCUTERIE dried, smoked, cured, brined & jellied!!!
A good section on meat science (I think possibly lifted from Forrest's "Principles of Meat Science"? LOL)it covers all of the areas I mentioned above...for novice or advanced (I make 6 - 12 different types of salamis, loins, butts, hams & bacons every year).
If you are interested specifically in making salamis then their other book "The art of making Fermented Sausages" has more recipes, but the rest of that material is covered in this book as well.
If you want make Charcuterie, this is THE definitive book printed to date. Thanks again guys.
Excerpted from my July 2010 review in The National Barbecue News
By Doug Mosley
- July 27, 2010
I have for you two books on sausage making and both are outstanding. The two are similar, but they approach the topic in different ways. The first, "Mastering the Craft of Making Sausage" by Warren R. Anderson ($19.95, Burford Books, 310 pp.) comes from the viewpoint of somebody who decided to make their own sausage at home. Anderson evens confesses in his introduction that his interests in home sausage making were ignited only after he'd moved to an area that was devoid of the wursts he'd come to love. He resorted to his own means and after years of research and trial and error, he shares it all in this book. It's well written in a conversational tone and he shares his personal experiences throughout the book. It almost like having him there at your elbow as you try home sausage making on your own.
The second book, "Home Production of Quality Meats and Sausages" by Stanley Marianski and Adam Marianski ($26.95, Bookmagic LLC, 686 pp.) starts from that same viewpoint, but takes... read more
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