Coat the pork in a dry rub containing curing salt and seasonings or submerge it in a salty seasoned brine. Leave the pork to cure for several days before finishing and heating the meat.
What is pork used for in the UK?
The meat is integral to many of Britain’s national dishes – from Pork pie to Roast pork with apple sauce – but is also used in curries, stews and meatballs. When buying cuts of pork, look for a deep-pink colour of meat, not grey or red, with a fine-grained texture.
This of course begs the query “Why is there a pork shortage?”
On May 10 lean hog futures cost $0.793 per pound, but by April 16 they fell to $0.432 per pound.
How do you wet cure meat?
Wet curing involves adding the curing ingredients to water to make a brine in which the meat is placed to soak for a period of time. You need a good sized container (made out of plastic or stainless steel) approximately twice the size of the ingredients that you wish to cure because the brine will rise up when the meat is added.
Decide what cut of pork you’d like to cure and choose a dry rub or wet brine. Coat the pork in a dry rub containing curing salt and seasonings or submerge it in a salty seasoned brine. Leave the pork to cure for several days before finishing and heating the meat.
Is there really a bacon shortage?
There is an easy answer to this and I won’t even make you read the whole post: NO, there isn’t a bacon shortage. You might have seen the news floating around recently that there was going to be a bacon shortage.
The supply of canned corned beef has been intermittent for months due to imported meat failing to meet U. S. FDA standards, according to Claire M. D’Amour Daley, head of corporate communications for Big Y. “If that happens, the product doesn’t get canned,” she said. Stop & Shop has also experienced shortages, said spokeswoman Suzi Robinson.
The farm said on Facebook. But the lack of real.
The next thing we asked ourselves was, is there a leek shortage?
“Crops have not grown to size before the onset of winter, so customers should expect smaller and more variable leeks this winter. Smaller leeks and lower volumes are likely to result in shortages in the New Year.