Originally Posted by caseydog
Well, I went and bought Ruhlman's book (Anthony Bourdain refers to him by his last name), and the description was fantastic -- with illustrations.
So, I'm going to go with that. I don't think there is any one definitive answer to "what is authentic tasso?"
As a bonus, there are many other things in that book that I would like to try.
Thanks for all the advice.
I've got the book too. Been wanting to do this for a long time. Tasso is not known in Australia, so naturally it is something I want to try. Please let me know how you go.