Discussion in 'Cooking in your Motorhome' started by ShiftZZ, Sep 2, 2010.
Anyone ever cured their own bacon?
No, mine is still daft as a brush. :Eek!:
Does shift think we are all pig doctors
This is probably to do with him going into competition with Tesco. :Rofl1:
Have to say he is "ham"ing it up though. :Rofl1:
Just in case you are serious (god forbid) I think a "ham" is covered in salt and then "hung"?
When I buy Bacon, I buy healthy Bacon, no need to find a cure for any illness :Rofl1:
you must be watching BBC2 :Wink:
and if you want it smoked hung in a smoke room, my spannish inlaws have a special smoke room for the joints at their farmhouse in galicia, they also make their own chorizo and hang them in the smoke room
My bacon had swine fluoh:
Nope ...mine died
now thats posh a smoking room
and a room for smoking joints :thumb:
and with all my indebtedness i dont evan have a smoking jacket
well unless i get to close to the fire when we can afford the coke
I was going to say that, but did you see what they made the potassium nitrate from? Horse dung and human urine!!!
And I use to like a nice bacon butty!!
He is on another wind up, Tesco Bacons now on Buy One get One Free !
P.S, Dave you gotta catch the pig first :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
If this is true so taking the Pi** is bloody dangerous.:Eek!:
:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1: Thank goodness I am vegetarian then... That's got yu all back ...
Blimey Peter thought you were to Po$h to shop:Wink::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
Theres a Tesco Express across the road from the Marina and I always look for the 'reduced'
Last week: Egg and Tomato sandwich was £2 now 45p, Caramel Creme pack of 4... 25p bought two packs, Two mini pork pies... 25p Ready meal was £2.... 45p 2litres organic milk .... 45p
Why pay more
Tell em in Tesco's your a Funster and get the discount Jim's negotiated.:Wink::Laughing:
Yes I watched bbc2 last night, always fancied having a go at making home made bacon. I also fancy making my own cheese.
both fairly easy to do just takes time. we made goat cheese for many years and supplied the local Charcutarie and health food shops with, hard/soft cheese, yoghurt, and bagged goats milk, but first bag your goat:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
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