Anyone know a group for cured meats?

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Jason Molinari, Feb 16, 2004.

  1. Hey anyone know a group which talks about cured meat products? Like salami, pancetta etc. etc.?

    thanks jason
     
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  2. Zxcvbob

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    jason molinari wrote:

    > Hey anyone know a group which talks about cured meat products? Like salami, pancetta etc. etc.?
    >
    > thanks jason

    I think <rec.food.preserving> is probably the best, but the subject doesn't come up very often.

    Best regards, Bob
     
  3. Reg

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    jason molinari wrote:

    > Hey anyone know a group which talks about cured meat products? Like salami, pancetta etc. etc.?

    The best place I know of is the sausage email list. Here's the help info.

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  4. stan

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    jason molinari <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Hey anyone know a group which talks about cured meat products? Like salami, pancetta etc. etc.?

    Feel free to raise that topic on this newsgroup. If you want a newsgroup that's specific to that,
    probably the closest group is rec.food.preserving
     
  5. Louis Cohen

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    The Sausage Ring might be a place to start:

    http://home.att.net/~g.m.fowler/frame/index.htm

    There's a Molinari company that makes dried salami in the San Francisco area - must be a
    family thing.

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    "jason molinari" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hey anyone know a group which talks about cured meat products? Like salami, pancetta etc. etc.?
    >
    > thanks jason
     
  6. Steve Wertz

    Steve Wertz Guest

    On 8 Feb 2004 20:35:48 -0800, [email protected] (jason
    molinari) wrote:

    >Hey anyone know a group which talks about cured meat products? Like salami, pancetta etc. etc.?

    Hrpmf. Any true 'Molinari' should be spelling it 'salame'.

    Try rec.food.preserving and alt.food.barbecue.

    -sw
     
  7. > Hrpmf. Any true 'Molinari' should be spelling it 'salame'.
    >
    > Try rec.food.preserving and alt.food.barbecue.
    >
    > -sw

    You are in fact correct, if i wanted to make only 1 salame, but i want to make many therefore
    salami, the plural of salame. I am as true a molinari as you can get, having grown up in italy for
    19 of my 25 years. :)

    jason
     
  8. "Louis Cohen" <l[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > The Sausage Ring might be a place to start:
    >
    > http://home.att.net/~g.m.fowler/frame/index.htm
    >
    > There's a Molinari company that makes dried salami in the San Francisco area - must be a
    > family thing.
    >
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    > ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

    All of the Molinaris on my family are still in Italy, so the SF ones are unrelated...as far as i
    know:) jason
     
  9. Steve Wertz

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    On 9 Feb 2004 05:15:05 -0800, [email protected] (jason
    molinari) wrote:

    >> Hrpmf. Any true 'Molinari' should be spelling it 'salame'.
    >>
    >> Try rec.food.preserving and alt.food.barbecue.
    >>
    >
    >You are in fact correct, if i wanted to make only 1 salame, but i want to make many therefore
    >salami, the plural of salame.

    Ah, yes - then why didn't you pluralize pancetta, then? :)

    Englishs-speakers don't ever distinguish between the singular and plural of salame - multiple salami
    are salamis.

    -sw
     
  10. Nancy Young

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    jason molinari wrote:
    >
    > "Louis Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    > > There's a Molinari company that makes dried salami in the San Francisco area - must be a family
    > > thing.

    > All of the Molinaris on my family are still in Italy, so the SF ones are unrelated...as far as
    > i know:)

    So ... you can't claim the Staten Island ones, either?

    nancy
     
  11. > Ah, yes - then why didn't you pluralize pancetta, then? :)
    >
    > Englishs-speakers don't ever distinguish between the singular and plural of salame - multiple
    > salami are salamis.
    >
    > -sw

    Ok ok:) I want to make salami, pancette, coppe, bresaole, salsiccie, and deifnitely guanciali.

    jason
     
  12. > So ... you can't claim the Staten Island ones, either?
    >
    > nancy

    Nope
     
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