Sam Edwards is still fighting two years after a fire savaged his entire facility including his home, his smoke house, and literally thousands of hams. It was an incredible blow to everyone that is part of the chain — Heritage had thousands of hams on hand that Sam would normally smoke and cure, and an […]
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This from our friend and in-house scribe Mike Edison: “Check out these pics of the perfect Heritage porterhouse chops. This was the biggest one I ever saw, probably about 17 ounces, and two inches thick. I used the method Zack from Carnevino told me about — you gotta cook it in two shots, and even […]
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A vegan, a butcher and a cow walk into a room… And started talking From Thursday, June 4th through Saturday, June 6th over 200 delegates from 40 states and 12 nations gathered in Denver for roundtable discussions aimed at progressively revitalizing a meat system that is currently wasteful, inhumane, and… well, not as […]
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Pork Breed Histories and Heritage Pork Taste Chart Berkshire [Fatty] smooth and creamy flavor Berkshire pork is elegant, luscious and smooth. The meat boasts a round and buttery flavor that melts on the tongue. Red Wattle [Fatty] flavorful, earthy, minerally, bold Red Wattle meat is charmingly inconsistent and can be earthy, vegetal and herbaceous with […]
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Spring is here, and so is lamb season. Lamb is closely associated with Easter feasts, but did you know that the lengthening of days matches up with a lamb’s natural mating patterns? Unfortunately, rare and heritage lamb breeds lack the industrial-sized methods of production which yield mass-produced, individual lamb cuts found in grocery stores. […]
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