butchers

meat

Butchers Say They Fear For Their Lives After Being Threatened, Harassed by Vegans

A British butcher shop is facing vandalism and bomb threats for, uh, existing. And they're not the only ones.
Jelisa Castrodale
6.4.18
butchers

Why Women Make Better Butchers Than Men

One of London’s top female butchers tells us why the male-dominated industry could do with more women.
Jessica Wragg
8.26.17
meat

Inside France's Fading Love Affair with Horse Meat

Horse meat fell from grace in the 1980s, but a few Parisian chefs are attempting to bring horse back into the limelight.
Emily Monaco
3.12.17
meat

Uruguay Now Has a Drive-Thru for Meat

Las Nenas Steakhouse allows carnivores to get their piece of chorizo or bife ancho without ever stepping out of their cars
Rafael Tonon
2.2.17
lamb

Why Mutton Actually Tastes Better Than Lamb

Mutton, the meat of an adult sheep, isn’t the tough old meat we spurn in favour of juicy lamb—it’s meat with added flavour. That’s according to the Lake District’s Herdwick sheep farmers.
Johanna Derry
4.7.16
London

This Is What Happens When a Butcher Opens a Pub

“We’re not going to do something that’s cool for five years and then do something else,” says Luca Mathiszig-Lee, one of the founders of meat-focused London pub Hill and Szrok. “A pork chop will never be fashionable but people will always want it.”
Nell Frizzell
1.27.16
meat

Beware of Door-to-Door Meat Salesmen, For God's Sake

America is hardly wanting for grocery stores, warehouse clubs, and even online meat sellers, and yet door-to-door meat sales occur with surprising frequency.
Munchies Staff
8.11.15
meat

This Box of Meat Could Save Britain’s Butchers

The "meat box," a package of fresh sausage, steak, and mince shipped directly to customers from farms with onsite butchers, is so much more than male genital-related banter.
Gareth May
7.6.15
butchers

A Man Named Chicken Gave Me An Education in Lamb

I made a pilgrimage to Pennsylvania to learn about how local farms are producing some of the best lamb in the United States. In the process, I met a butcher named Chicken who taught me things I didn't expect.
Larissa Zimberoff
6.8.15
chips

Apparently Pork Scratchings Are a Health Food Now

A fitness food company has created what it claims to be the world’s first high protein pork scratching, transforming the pub nibble into a musclehead snack of choice.
Phoebe Hurst
6.6.15
meat

This Ex-Vegetarian Is Teaching Portland How to Cut Up Cows

If the vegetarian argument won’t be bought by everybody, shouldn’t we educate people on eating sustainable and locally sourced meat? That’s the philosophy of Portland butchery school founder Camas Davis.
Brent Crane
5.5.15
butchers

How to Get an Education in Meat

When one Brooklyn chef was dissatisfied with the available meat offerings, he looked to a small, one-year-old company based in Pennsylvania for delicious, humanely slaughtered animals with signature flavor profiles.
Larissa Zimberoff
2.7.15