sheep

Festivals

Italy's Most Lit Food Festival Involves Boiling an Entire Sheep

You can eat whatever you want at the Pezzata di Capracotta, as long as it's mutton or lamb.
Giorgio Mininno
9.10.18
wine

This Winery's Secret Weapon Is a Flock of 200 Sheep

"The more soil we build, the more carbon we pull from the air and store in the ground. Nature has given us a way out."
Chantal Martineau
7.12.17
Make this

Step Up Your Pasta Bolognese with This Lamb and Spinach Garganelli

A little lamb-on-lamb action courtesy of Gabe Thompson at L'Apacio.
VICE Staff
2.25.17
england

How Margot Henderson Learned to Love 'Plain' British Food

British food’s plainness is its brilliance. Food that has a giving unctuousness, food that is cooked with love and also gives love—massaging you from the inside out.
Margot Henderson
5.10.16
farming

We Asked UK Farmers What Leaving the European Union Would Mean for British Food

As the UK votes whether to quit the EU in June, British farmers are divided over the impact this could have on their livelihoods.
Charlie Taverner
4.18.16
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
Morocco

Walk Down Marrakech’s Mechoui Alley for the Best Roasted Lamb of Your Life

Mechoui Alley is Marrakech's go-to spot for <i>mechoui</i>, whole roasted lamb and mutton that's sold by weight and requires no more seasoning than a little bit of salt and cumin.
Amanda Ponzio-Mouttaki
3.31.16
farming

Angry Farmers Are Marching Cows and Sheep Through Central London

Hundreds of farmers marched in a protest organised by radical lobby group Farmers For Action last week. By descending on London, they hoped to push the government to act on the problems facing British farm workers.
Charlie Taverner
3.30.16
fertilizer

Eating Meat Raised on Human-Based Fertiliser Could Be Making Us Infertile

Given the extreme nature of the human diet, it’s not surprising that our excreta is not the healthiest product with which to fertilize farm land.
Nick Rose
3.4.16
Cheese

My Quest to Find the Holy Grail of Cheeses Wasn't Easy

Being violently hungover is a difficult way to start a road trip, but I set out on an adventure through the the Pyrenees to find some of the greatest cheeses in the world.
Charlotte Kamin
10.5.15
halal

Celebrating Eid on Britain's First Organic Halal Farm

“Muslims and non-Muslims, we’ve all ignored that reality in how our food is produced,” says Lutfi Radwan, co-founder of Willowbrook Farm in Oxfordshire.
Zab Mustefa
9.24.15
cooking

The Dinner Bell: A Summer Lunch for Saipua

Inspired by the Mediterranean meze platter, Julia prepares a lunch for the staff of Brooklyn's Saipua, with lamb kofta, spiced chickpeas, labneh, flatbread, and a ricotta cheesecake made with with sheep's milk from the farm.
Julia Ziegler-Haynes
8.13.15
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