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Using Your Head

We feel deeply compelled to harvest all we can from the beautiful animals grown naturally and killed for our meat business. Rather than pay lip service to the notion of whole animal usage, we make a point of selling and sharing the underappreciated off-cuts,...

The Veal Neck Challenge

We want to thank our Farmers Market friend Tori Seites-Rundlett for providing this week’s interesting story: Challenges come in all shapes and sizes. Big or small or intimidating, most of them are rewarding. Our friend Pat from New England Grass Fed proposed to us...

The Gates of Heaven Cupcake

Bacon is about as controversial as kissing a baby. Often described as the Magic Johnson of food, the cured and smoked belly of a proper heritage breed pig achieves the “Gestalt” genius of a harmonic whole that is greater than the sum of its...

A Super Bowl of Red

Over the next few weekends millions of people will don foam headgear, revive friendly rivalries and consume food in fellowship as the spectacle of the American football match draws to its yearly conclusion. Cheeseheads and Stillers fans will approach tables bending under platters of...

The Gamjatang Incident

Choosing top-quality natural pastured protein for your family does not have to be a budget-breaking decision. Leave the steaks for the hedge fund managers – all the best flavor and the tasty, silky, healthy fat is in the neck, shoulder & chuck at half...

Home Cooked Gifts

I love making special foods at Christmastime that speak to family traditions. For me there is no greater joy than a drop-in visit to deliver a homemade snack or condiment that someone might not make for themselves. Personally I’ve settled on the port...