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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Season 7: No Goat Left Behind from Heritage Foods

Heritage Foods is celebrating the seventh year of its annual October goat project, NO GOAT LEFT BEHIND, and the second in the United Kingdom. No Goat Left Behind addresses the growing problem facing New England goat dairies — namely, what to do with male goats.... The post Season 7: No Goat Left Behind from Heritage Foods appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Matt Rudofker – Director of Culinary Operations at Momofuku

Matthew Rudofker joined Momofuku Ssäm Bar as a Sous Chef in 2010 and soon rose to Executive Chef. In 2015 he was also named Executive Chef of Momofuku Má Pêche. Matthew has received a variety of recognition from the hospitality community included in Forbes’ 30 Under 30, Zagat 30 under 30, Eater Young Guns, and James Beard Nominated Rising Star Chef. The post Matt Rudofker – Director of Culinary Operations at Momofuku appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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CESARE CASELLA – OLD WORLD MEETS NEW, PART 2: THE LEGEND OF THE NORCINI

News of the Heritage Foods partnership with master curemaster, chef, educator, and guru Cesare Casella has spread like wildfire — Cesare is a leader in the new movement for Heritage American charcuterie, and no one is more excited than, well, Cesare! “The lardo, the rosemary, the juniper berries, the curing salts, those smells are inside […] The post CESARE CASELLA – OLD WORLD MEETS NEW, PART 2: THE LEGEND OF THE NORCINI appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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RECAP: Our Annual Good Food Awards Trip + Introducing #ProscuittiForTutti

In the spirit of #ThrowBackThursday, we thought we would rewind back to a few weeks ago when Team Heritage brought the #ProsciuttiForTutti tour to the San Francisco Bay Area. It was a whirl wind four days visiting restaurant and chef partners both old and new, attending the Good Food Awards – the Oscar’s of the […] The post RECAP: Our Annual Good Food Awards Trip + Introducing #ProscuittiForTutti appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Supporting Native Foods at The Good Food Awards!

Under the call to action Come to the Table. All are Welcome Here, 1000 guests came together this past weekend in San Francisco to award 200 American artisans in 14 categories at the Good Food Awards. The post Supporting Native Foods at The Good Food Awards! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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“No Goat Left Behind” Initiative Goes International!! The British Are Coming!!

“Doctor, I feel like a goat”. “How long have you felt like that”? “Since I was a kid”. How do you keep a goat from charging? Take his credit card away! What would Goatober be without a little goat humor? Or HUMOUR, as our British friends would say. The confidence to commit to this important […] The post “No Goat Left Behind” Initiative Goes International!! The British Are Coming!! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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“Goatober” Bigger Than Ever!! Six Years Later, No Goat Left Behind!

We’re proud to announce that we’re celebrating the sixth year of our annual goat project — GOATOBER, aka NO GOAT LEFT BEHIND! I love goats. Most Americans have never had the chance to try well-sourced goat meat, but those who experience it for the first time marvel at how light it is. The flavor of […] The post “Goatober” Bigger Than Ever!! Six Years Later, No Goat Left Behind! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Heritage Turkeys : From Farm to Ark to Table

In every family, there is a pride of history and lineage. This is no different for poultry or livestock. Heritage turkeys are the progeny of poultry that was bred for flavor. Norman Kardosh, Frank Reese’s mentor, spent his life teaching Frank how to raise heritage turkeys responsibly. He knew he was leaving his legacy to Frank, […] The post Heritage Turkeys : From Farm to Ark to Table appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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A Trip to Nashville

Where to go in Nashville for dinner? City House, Rolf and Daughters, Prince’s Hot Chicken, Robert’s Western World, Arnold’s, Little Octopus, Pinewood Social, Bolton’s, Dino’s, Martins BBQ? The post A Trip to Nashville appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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Charcuterie

Long-Aged “Prosciutto-Style” Ham When we first started buying whole heritage pigs for our restaurant accounts and home chefs we didn’t know that hams make up 30% of the body weight of the pig. When we looked at our profit and loss statement, we realized that unless we found a great outlet for hams, we would […] The post Charcuterie appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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2016 Farm Tour

The 2016 Heritage Foods USA Farm Tour kicked off May 4th with a historic meeting at the Memphis airport headlined by a 15-passenger van, which was at the ready for a 5-day chef tour. Since 2005, an annual farm trip provides the chance for chefs and curemasters to meet the people and animals behind their […] The post 2016 Farm Tour appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.
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