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1 Butchering and Curing on Mon Dec 06, 2010 3:28 pm

Barrington Living History Farm, Washington, Texas
January 15-16

Butchering livestock was a very necessary way of life in the mid-19th century. Many of the animals raised on the farm were raised for that purpose. Pork has been preserved by drying, salting and smoking for centuries. There are different varieties of curing, but they all serve the purpose of preserving it to eat later. Join us for our own butchering and curing weekend.


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