Monthly Archives April 2007

I found out that my favorite cow, Justina, died recently. She used to…

I found out that my favorite cow, Justina, died recently. She used to hang out in the barn while we milked (she hadn’t calved yet). She’d let you sit on her (as demonstrated here) and, if you rubbed her nose, she’d purr like a cat.]]>

Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture – WNYC

Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture – WNYC
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Also from Suicide Food

Also from Suicide Food]]>

From Suicide Food

From Suicide Food]]>

Suicide Food

Suicide Food
A blog devoted to animals that seem to want to be eaten. Or something like that.]]>

Foie Gras Makers Struggle to Please Critics and Chefs – New York…

Foie Gras Makers Struggle to Please Critics and Chefs – New York Times
Cute little duckies. Mmm.
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Octopus tentacles, Busan, South Korea (via serious easts) Don’t…

Octopus tentacles, Busan, South Korea (via serious easts)
Don’t click play if you are squeemish.
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Octopus tentacles, Busan, South Korea (via serious easts) Don’t…

Octopus tentacles, Busan, South Korea (via serious easts)
Don’t click play if you are squeemish.
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Fette Sau’s Weird Williamsburg Barbecue Palace – Grub Street

Fette Sau’s Weird Williamsburg Barbecue Palace – Grub Street
Video tour of Fette Sau including an interview with owner Joe Carroll.]]>

Begone

Begone
David Byrne ties together the odd disappearance of bees with the soon to be not so odd disappearance of the human species. And manages to tie it all back to food.]]>