Tag: Charcuterie

Ah, charcuterie. My favorite type of “batch-cooking”! Here are my charcuterie recipes that range from home made bacon, homesmoked meats, nutrient-rich pâtés, and home made sausages. Charcuterie also includes recipes like galantines, roulades, confit, terrines, etc.

AIP Charcuterie Recipe Roundup | Enjoying this Journey...

AIP Charcuterie Recipe Roundup

Ah, charcuterie. My favorite type of “batch-cooking”! Today, I’m sharing plenty of nutrient-dense, flavorful charcuterie recipes that happen to be in line with the paleo autoimmune protocol. In my mind, charcuterie ranges anywhere from homemade bacon, home smoked meats, delicious pâtés, and homemade sausages. Charcuterie also includes dressed up meat dishes like galantines, roulades, confit, and terrines. Read more →

Smoked Salmon

Smoked Salmon

Every now and then our local Grocery Outlet has frozen wildcaught skin-on salmon. That’s when I load my cart and tell the kids {as if they didn’t know}, “I’m smoking some salmon this weekend!” All while avoiding the rubber necks looking at me like I’ve lost my ever-loving mind. *wink* Read more →

Cherrywood Bacon | Enjoying this Journey..

Cherrywood Bacon

Our bacon making comes in waves. There will be times where we are in a groove: brining, smoking, and slicing. Then we’ll take the easier route with storebought (compliant) bacon. I’m the first one to tell you, making bacon requires time and fridge space. So I get when people are turned off at the thought of making their own bacon.… Read more →

Herbed Bacon | Enjoying this Journey...

Herbed Bacon

The Mister was inspired by our butcher shop’s “house” bacon. A delicious paleo bacon in its own right, but unfortunately for me, it is not autoimmune protocol friendly. After conferring with our lovely butcher, The Mister rolled up his sleeves and made some modifications so that I could enjoy it without worry {or regret}. Gee, he’s swell. Read more →