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Featured CourseFood for Health
The ancient crafts of curing and smoking meat are as satisfying now as they were thousands of years ago. Learn the traditional artisan methods that have stood the test of time, and how to make your own delicious charcuterie.
Our expert team will demonstrate and butcher a side of pork so that you can learn all about the various cuts of meat that are suitable for curing. Throughout the course you will learn about:
During the hands-on sessions you will learn how to make the following product:
You will take the following products home:
Refreshments and an informal lunch will be included. All ingredients, equipment and recipes are provided by the School.
Products on this course may vary seasonally from what is advertised.
'Outstanding! The perfect mix of knowledge and hands on practical all delivered in a clear, concise and friendly way. I can't wait to go on another course.'
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