home-cured


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Adj.1.home-cured - cured at home; "home-cured hams"
homemade - made or produced in the home or by yourself; "homemade bread"
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With just about everything prepared from scratch on site, there's home-cured ham (PS12), home-smoked fish (mackerel, on this occasion, PS14), or slow-roasted seasonal vegetables (PS10).
Ray Adriansyah came over bearing, among other things, home-cured duck from the restaurant in Ubud.
"The superior quality of home-cured products is widely acknowledged by customers and the innovative range comes as a response to customers becoming more adventurous with their tastes and they are always keen to support local businesses who make their own unique quality products.
"The superior quality of home-cured products is widely acknowledged by customers and the innovative range comes as a response to customer becoming more adventurous with their tastes and they are always keen to support local businesses who make their own unique quality products.
He collected two awards, for home-cured bacon and lamb & mint roll.
All of the home-cured gammons have to be cut to size and allocated.
To start, I ordered the local asparagus, Welsh goat's cheese, peas, home-cured duck ham and parmesan mille feuille with sauce gribiche.
There is also fried home-cured smoked bacon, and beef stew (Tavas), also sti-fado, plus farm raised chicken and, if customers wish a purely seafood mezze then they have to give at least a days' notice.
Villa Farm Shop, Bradley Bar, Hudders-field The Old Forge Cafe, tucked away in the farm courtyard, offers homeproduced meat and eggs and home-cured bacon and a menu replete with hearty food, with daily specials offering soup, stews and meat, more meat, and cheese platters.
The trade-off is that home-cured fantasy can also be a home cure.
I had home-cured ham hock terrine, piccalili and crostini, which possessed a satisfyingly bold taste.