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The Medium Rare Advantage

We do not administer growth hormones and antibiotics to our animals; we allow our animals lots of fresh air and room to graze naturally. Our animals feed on long stemmed forage, grass and grains. Food that their diets are meant to consist of.

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08 Dec Posted by in The Butcher's Blog | Comments

One Night Stands and the Perfect Spice of Life

One Night Stands and the Perfect Spice of Life

This is all Angelo’s fault. Yep, that guy there with the prime rib. He’s an evil genius, a mad doctor. Don’t let the friendly smile and questionable sense of humour fool you. The One Night Stand A while back I was looking at the selection of bacon and Angelo pulled me aside and whispered that he had […]

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30 Nov Posted by in The Butcher's Blog | Comments

Tastes Like Friday

Tastes Like Friday

I feel a wandering, meandering blog coming on… Sometimes traditions just creep up on you. You don’t set out to create one, but one day bam! a new tradition has been born. Like many families we have a relatively small pool of dinners that we recycle, each based on a different meat: Salmon, bone-in chicken […]

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