House Warming (by Patrick Martins)

House Warming Gifts are often meant to be objects that last, objects that convey a sense of permanency. When someone moves into a place there is the idea that they will live there for a long time and that a house warming gift is something that should also be around for awhile.... The post House Warming (by Patrick Martins) appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Ben Machin & Grace Bowmer of Tamarack Vermont Sheep Farm

Ben Machin grew up in Vermont on a small organic homestead where his family grew their own food and produced apple juice, apple cider vinegar, and maple syrup for market. After some years working for the US Forest Service as a Smokejumper, Ben came back to Vermont to study and work on various natural conservation projects. Eventually he rekindled his interest in farming. The post Ben Machin & Grace Bowmer of Tamarack Vermont Sheep Farm appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Mediterranean Lamb Meatball Recipe from The Meatball Shop!

When the Meatball Shop first opened THIS was their very first daily special. 4 years, and 5 new locations later we still get excited when they bring them back! The raisins and walnuts give these meatballs a subtle sweet and earthy quality that complements perfectly our heritage lamb. Make these into mini balls and pass […] The post Mediterranean Lamb Meatball Recipe from The Meatball Shop! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Lamb Breed Histories and Tasting Notes

Lamb Breed Histories and Tasting Notes Want a hot recipe? Choose a lovely, well- sourced piece of meat — from a farm you know, and from a breed you have come to love, and add fire. Et voilà! There’s your recipe. Just remember, the fire is the constant, the meat is the variable. We believe […] The post Lamb Breed Histories and Tasting Notes appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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