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  • 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
  • The Meat with the Unfortunate Name…

    It may appear as "tete cochon" on the chef's tasting menu presented by smartly vested waiters at Watch Hill's swanky Ocean House.  Or star as a "country terrine" on the lauded charcuterie board at Lumiere in West Newton, MA. Regulars at Olympic Provisions in Portland, OR call ahead to reserve their "coppa di testa", a badge of honor among the Northwest's farm-to-table cognoscenti.  Known ...

    Posted at August 31, 2015 | By : | Categories : Pastured Pork | 0 Comment
  • In the Presence of Courage…….

    The full-throated rumble of low-idling Harleys filled the quiet green of a summer Sunday morning along rural Route 1 in Charlestown, R I.  A slow-rolling, flag-waving motorcycle escort guarded the recumbent cyclist traveling in the right-hand lane.  With the stoic pageantry unique to grizzled veterans honoring one of their own, the procession spoke undeniably to shared sacrifice.  I felt compelled to pull over ...

    Posted at August 5, 2015 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Beef | 0 Comment