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Views of the Butcher's Chapel

In the old butchers’ district of Limoges, France, there stands a little chapel that is dedicated to the patron saint of butchers. Chapelle Saint-Aurélien was built in the 1470s and was eventually acquired by the guild of butchers, which became the  199 more words

Culture

Notes From a First Time Front Yard Farmer - Time to Cook the Goose

Today I want to talk about the Christmas goose. I know this article is a bit late, but consider it research for next year. After all, you might not want turkey again, or prime rib. 1,362 more words

Front Yard Farming

Vintage Views: Butcher Shops

January is National Meat Month, so were are finding ways to examine and celebrate the role of meat in our lives, from recipes and art, to vintage images like these. 475 more words

Culture

ReUse On A Farm - What To Do With Bone, Horns, Hides and More

On our ranch and farm we leave nothing to waste.  And, with writers and artists in the family, we tend to create works of art the way the old folks did.  601 more words

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Fried Chicken

Kia ora fam,

You may have noticed that recently people have been watching a dude on YouTube known as “Chicken Connoisseur” and watching him munch on cheap and filthy fried chicken has inspired me to do a couple of things on my backlog specifically brining and Southern Style Fried chicken. 753 more words

Cooking

Tis The Season

December 6, 2016

Butchering season is upon us. This is one of our 2016 grassfed lambs. We will enjoy him ourselves. It is a bittersweet time. 222 more words

Small Farming

Character Building

Deer hunting is a great time of year to have children experience the joy that comes with survival.

Taking a two-hour hike through the woods, falling in a freezing swamp, possibly getting lost but getting back on track.   139 more words

Kids