Dry Cured Pork Shoulder

dry cured pork shoulder @ thatothercookingblog.com

This is a really popular cut for dry-curing and a personal favorite. I know there’s some mysticism (sometimes a negative aura) surrounding dry-curing meat at home, as in that it might be dangerous, unsafe. I felt that way once and getting over the fear of screwing up or eating something that would make me sick […]

Continue Reading

Fennel and Lavender Pancetta

fennel and lavender pancetta @ thatothercookingblog.com

Hey guys, time for another easy dry-cured recipe with wonderful flavor and a ton of uses. I can’t wait to get this thing all golden crispy-ready to go with my sunnies. Let me start by saying that pancetta is very similar to bacon. Pancetta is made from the belly of a pig and dry-cured for […]

Continue Reading

Homemade Dry-Cured Pork Loin

Dry-cured pork loin is one of those fun projects but chances are you don’t have a cellar/basement or a curing chamber and neither do I so please don’t get discouraged and read on. I dry-cure pretty much everything in my closet. Dry-curing isn’t but the simple process of removing moisture from meat by letting it […]

Continue Reading