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Smoking and Curing

How to Smoke Food On Your BBQ

How to Smoke Food On Your BBQ

Paul Melnyczuk puts his BBQ apron on and smokes chicken and fish – and the results are fabulous! See also: https://homefarmer.co.uk/how-to-build-a-brick-oven/ https://homefarmer.co.uk/make-a-home-made-smoker/ If you think about it, a typical barbecue has all the requirements of a smoker – heat and a chamber to contain the food to be smoked. The difference is that you want […]

By December 18, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
How to Make Bacon at Home

How to Make Bacon at Home

  Andrew Homer found that once he had cured his first joint the process became compelling – good quality meat became superb, and it was easy too. Here’s his simple guide to how to make bacon at home. See also: Making the Christmas Ham First Time Sausage Making Making Sausages at Home How to Make […]

By October 15, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
How to Make Salami

How to Make Salami

HF contributor Mike Rutland shows you how to make salami at home. The trick is that you must use a curing salt in the mix, as it’s very much the quantity of nitrites and nitrates in the end product that stops anaerobic bacteria such as botulism from developing. Without the use of curing salts you […]

By January 19, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Make a Homemade Smoker

Make a Homemade Smoker

Build a Homemade Smoker in the comfort of your own home Reader Andrew Lake shares his plans for how to make a home made smoker out of a filing cabinet. The top picture is of my home made smoker, carefully camouflaged in the shed. The reason for showing this is that you will need to […]

By February 11, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

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