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PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2012 11:58 pm
by vagreys
Certainly possible. This list was a brief review of some of the more common/popular titles, I've got more books on sausage and curing, and I'm sure there are many others out there that other members have seen or collected. I'm sure we could assemble a pretty good book list by strength. Too bad we can't do tables in this version of phpBB.

PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2012 2:38 am
by JerBear
For the Marianski books I'd recommend the Home Production book as i've seen a great deal of duplicate information from it in the other books. I haven't gone so far as to compare the recipes but I feel a smidge taken advantage of. That said, I understand how some of the basics might need to be repeated per title.

I've only made a couple recipes from the Rytek book but they were both really good. Definitely recommended.

Great idea Wheels...

Bruce Aidell

PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 5:30 pm
by This Little Piggy
I would second the recommendation of Bruce Aidell's Complete Sausage Book for anyone who's particularly keen on sausages.

The book has its limitations (recipes are for small batches, quantities are by measure rather than weight, and he's short on technique), but he covers a wide range of sausage styles from around the world, and his seasonings make for interesting and delicious sausages. I've yet to be disappointed by any recipe I've tried!