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  • The RI Pink Tu2 Crew

      Does that dress make my butt look fat ??  A group of Rhode Island men who are strong enough to wear pink and invite ridicule are joining forces to support women in the fight of their lives.  The RI Tu2 Crew gatbers men from all walks of life together in fellowship for occasional outdoor adventure, food and drink with the idea of raising some money for local ...

    Posted at November 12, 2015 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Beef | 0 Comment
  • Join us on UK Agri-Tours

    HERITAGE BREED FARMS & CHEF'S TASTING MENUS This past fall we visited the beautiful old farms and charming country inns of Shropshire and Herefordshire, England in the Welsh border region known as The Marches.  The Norman Marcher Lords of the 12th century built fortified castles and enjoyed autonomous rule free from taxation in exchange for defending the frontier from Welsh raiders ...

    Posted at November 8, 2015 | By : | Categories : Farm to Table Chefs | 0 Comment
  • Foodie Farm Tours in the Welsh Borders…..

    After recently returning from Shropshire and Herefordshire, England we realized that we can't wait to go back.   We would like to invite you to join a special small group (10-14 max) next spring that will experience the traditional farms, rare heritage breeds, country inns & great local food of that bucolic landscape resembling 1950 or 1750 with a culinary history tour of our own design.  ...

    Posted at October 2, 2015 | By : | Categories : Small Farms | 0 Comment
  • Searching for the Westcountry Faggot…..

    Since we were searching for a proper Westcountry faggot, the Ludlow Food Fair seemed like a good place to start.  Of course we are not speaking of the vile pejorative used by partially evolved humans, but rather conjuring the apotheosis of rustic British pub fare.  The term's origin lies shrouded in medieval history but likely translates to "shrewish old woman" rather than the commonly ...

    Posted at September 24, 2015 | By : | Categories : Small Farms | 0 Comment