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Discussion in 'Indiana' started by br5, Jan 11, 2020.
Damn that looks good tell me how you do it
its done with about 60/40 ground deer and pork , not real hard, there are some commercial premix seasonings and cures out there Curly's,Walton's are a couple. I do a lot of sausage curing so I made my own, its not the same as curing pork bellies as everything you use stays in the meat ,are you are familiar with with cure salt#1 its a must ?,it would be easier for you to get one of these premix cures,(comes with all the instructions) but if you want I can send you my ingredients if you feel comfortable with trying yourself
I found a link on Facebook. If your interested. I'll try to find the link.
Darn!! For a minuet there this morning I thought my crab apple tree was blooming.
Yes, nothing quite like a minuet in the morning. Might as well start the day dancing!
From Buckeye Nation
I went out foraging (at the grocery store) this morning and found these Brown Capped Mushrooms with Cream Stems.
I must be getting desperate . . .
But . . . someone told me they were a 'medicinal mushroom' . . . good for 'treating depression'.
I ate a handful . . . and then another!
I feel pretty good right now!!
Scoondog Thanks for the info I give it a try let you know how it goes
Really...Well that is Very interesting
so..you are 3 hours west of Chicago, Near??
Have a buddy still lives in that area. He was more in the rock island/East moline area. Went to visit him a few times. It’s AMAZING how big that John Deere factory is. Seems like you drive down that road beside it forever.
Wade - The chocolate mushrooms were made in Japan, but showed up in a local Columbus grocery store.
Can you ask Robin to post the link (if she has it) to the Chocolate Morels she posted the pic of last week. Those Chocolate Morels looked fantastic. Thanks!
Rock island here
oh yes ..i remember now.. Rock Island..
rock Island..that has a cool sound to it
We have John deer and the arsenal