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  • Burgers and Luggage for Foster Kids…….

    I have no idea what it feels like to be removed from a bad family situation with only the clothes on my back and a trash bag filled with my worldly possessions.  This depressing image, however, describes reality for many of the more than 2000 children who enter Rhode Island's foster care system each year.  As a kid I was blessed with a loving family ...

    Posted at August 16, 2016 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Beef | 0 Comment
  • The Post I Never Wanted To Write……

    A talented young master of the culinary arts is no longer with us.  I have no idea what recently happened to Tim McGrath - one of the kindest, most dedicated chefs I have had the pleasure of working with over the past five years. The news has spread like wildfire through the Rhode Island hospitality community since yesterday.  Tim's work ethic, caring regard for others ...

    Posted at August 8, 2016 | By : | Categories : Farm to Table Chefs | 0 Comment
  • When The Giver Gets A Gift……

    The noble pursuit of raising special grass-fed beef and free-ranged heritage pork can lead a person toward unfounded claims of moral superiority.  I occasionally struggle with these bouts of hubris and seek forgiveness through acts of service.  The small successes we enjoy at New England Grass Fed spring from the kindness of others who have ...

    Posted at July 28, 2016 | By : | Categories : Farm to Table Chefs | 0 Comment
  • The Lesson of Little Frank Morris……

    The rabbit was named after the only man to ever escape from Alcatraz Prison.   He was friendly enough, a young Silver Fox of a pound or so, who we hoped would be content to enjoy fresh daily grass in the mobile A-frame pen he shared with his 5 littermates.  But Frank had bigger hopes and dreams that could only be realized ...

    Posted at July 12, 2016 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Rabbits | 0 Comment