Making a raw diet for our cats using the Weston 22 grinder.
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Cane toad sausages are being made to save native wildlife be processed into sausage meat. “We're removing the legs from the cane toads and then removing the skin from the legs to leave just the bones and meat,” he told the ABC. “Then it goes into a container to be sent down to Perth to be turned into [...]
via The New Daily]
Conservationists put cane toad sausages on the menu in a desperate bid to save quolls “So we're removing the legs from the cane toads and then removing the skin from the legs to leave just the bones and meat,” he said, demonstrating his amateur butchering. “Then it goes into a container to be sent down to Perth to be turned into [...]
Robin Gill: Smoked beetroot tartare, Cacklebean egg yolk, hazelnut I find the large ruby beetroot to be quite meaty so we thought up a play on a beef tartare. But not in the way of veggie burgers and vegan sausages. I hate that stuff! It is kind of fun to dress this tartare as you would imagine it being served in a [...]
via The Guardian]
Hang Fire Smokehouse's best barbecue burger recipes 300g short rib, 300g onglet, 1kg chuck (braising steak), 80g beef bone marrow, minced (ask the butcher to do this for you, unless you have a mincer attachment on your food processor) 8 slices of good-quality, thick-cut streaky bacon. Salt and black pepper [...]
By most reasonable standards, Pink was the highlight of August’s MTV Video Music Awards. No, not for her characteristically athletic, career-summary medley, but for the three-minute speech she offered upon being given the Video Vanguard Award, which used her daughter’s self-esteem issues as a launching pad for a whirlwind treatise on artistic boldness and pop androgyny. You could argue that it was a little bit messy or long on family TMI, but then you’d be arguing against the whole concept of...
By Jackie Lynch, Nutritional Therapist For The Mail On SundayPublished: 17:02 EST, 27 June 2015 | Updated: 11:19 EST, 29 June 2015 To the British, the word barbecue probably conjures up images of burnt sausages and blackened burgers. And to be honest, there is much to be said – nutritionally at least – about that. But in America, ‘barbecue’ is a very specific word, referring to a set of dishes and flavours, cooked in a particular way.And as the summer season gets under way,...
It is not uncommon to see youth engaged in agriculture but there are fewer still who are involved in rearing rabbits as compared to other farming enterprises.For Grace Blessed Aleng, it goes beyond just rearing the animals to adding value to their meat. It is in line with this that she is currently at the incubation centre at Uganda Industrial Research Institute (UIRI).InterventionWhen an International Labour Organisation/European Union (ILO/EU) supported programme embarked on sensitising...
Christmas is just round the corner, and its spirit is running thick through the City of Joy. And why not? Yuletide is as much about food as it's about love. The grand feast, which is synonymous with the festival in any Anglo-Indian or Christian household in the city, is any foodie's dream come true. Keeping aside the sweet delights, like cakes, puddings and pastries, the biggest draw perhaps is the variety of succulent roasts, especially the roast turkey. In fact, Kolkata is perhaps the only...