Collection by Norm Walker

Norm Walker
If you’re interested in how to butcher your own deer harvests, you might like this illustrated deer meat guide. This illustration by artist Nadia van der Donk shows where the different cuts of meat come from on a deer. #huntingseason #wildgame

Deer Meat Guide: All the Most Common Deer Cuts and Parts

This illustrated deer meat guide shows the different cuts of venison harvested from a deer.

How To Preserve Meat With Salt (Curing)

How to Cure Meat

Curing is an age-old process of preserving meat for later use. With just a few ingredients — salt, nitrites, and time — the meat transforms: from water-packed and pliable to dry and stiff. Over time, the flavor develops, too. Leeched of...

Buckboard Bacon

Pork Butt - Buckboard Bacon - The Virtual Weber Bullet

Make delicious buckboard bacon by curing and smoking pork butt using the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. Also known as pork butt bacon.

Vintage butcher chart, beef and pork meat

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Hog butchering: using everything but the squeal, by Charles Sanders

Hog butchering — Using everything but the squeal

By Charles Sanders Issue #142 • July/August, 2013 A 450-pound hog will provide a lot of delicious meat. Hogs are raised throughout our neighboring Amish community for many of the same reasons old American homesteads raised them. First, hogs don’t take up much space. Second, they have a very good feed to meat conversion ratio. […]