For Your Viewing Pleasure Pt. 9

March 4th, 2013

Toro Bravo charcuterie manager Josh Scofield going through his home tool box finding what he needs to make something that you can read all about in The Toro Bravo Cookbook when it comes out from McSweeney's on Oct. 1st.

Another crazy spell work-wise so you get one of these picture-worth-1,000-words posts. This weekend I worked on the book’s essays quite a bit and met yesterday’s final edits deadline for them and last I weekend worked on some other things for The Toro Bravo Cookbook mostly related to the above photo of Toro Bravo’s charcuterie manager, Josh Scofield, that you’ll know about soon enough. (We also ate Spanish chorizo that Josh brought back from our trip there and drank Basque cider cocktails — so working through the weekends isn’t so bad.) Yes, the project that Josh was walking me through above relates to cured meat and, yes, you can do it in the comfort of your own home. Any ideas?

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