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Postby NCPaul » Mon Sep 21, 2020 11:12 pm

This should be interesting to see.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=el6e_7vvHJc
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Re: YouTube Series

Postby spudie » Fri Oct 16, 2020 5:55 am

Hi.
Looked at the lead & got stuck in front of PC for quite sometime.
As a sausage making apprentice I did find the subjects covered in line with what I would be trying to produce.
Recipes are easy to understand and use readily available ingredients. KISS I guess is always best. Just a shame one cant taste the finished product.
Video's are very well produced, easy on the eye & to follow with a hard copy of the recipe in hand, everything sort of falls in place.
The mother site has some really great tutorials for future use. I'm sure I will be trying many of the recipes in my apprenticeship.
I do really like Scott Rea with his easy manner and down to earth approach, 2 Guys and A Cooler are in the same range of expertise from what I see. Both have industry knowledge and the later has videos being make in what looks like a professional kitchen.
Thumbs up for me and my journey....

Question to the experienced Sausage Makers out there - when do you stop collecting recipes. :oops:
I will be well over 100 yrs if I try to make ever one I have marked to make.

Love this forum and Charcuterie..

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Re: YouTube Series

Postby NCPaul » Fri Oct 16, 2020 1:45 pm

I've been on this forum for eleven years and I am still making new sausages and trying new recipes. :D One of the best things about this hobby is that the product is consumed and you can then try new types or return to old favorites.
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