We are having a buy one get one free sale

We are finally winding the Groupon deal down and now we can concentrate on taking care of all of our nearly 1000 customers. That means that we will have more beef in stock when you stop by, and our inventory should be more stable on all of our products going forward. But before we have the blissful experience of you fine folks showing up, we need to make some room in the freezers for all the goodness we have here and coming. That means we need to move out some of the bulky and slower moving items.

Effective till we run out, the following items are buy one, get one free (BOGO)

Liver (pig and beef)
Bones, both for stock and for dogs (pig and beef)
Feet – for stock making (pig)
Kidneys (pig and beef)
Tails (pig) My instructor at butchery class said this was the best cut on the pig! He kept it for himself.
Fatback/Lard (pig)

Monster dog bones, will keep any dog happy for days
Monster dog bones, will keep any dog happy for days

If you have dogs, these are all items the dogs will love, except the fatback. I mean, they’d love it, but it would be messy. These cuts are SO much better than the junk you buy in the pet store. Those are the cast offs of the industrial food system and are literally the worst, cheapest pieces you can get. Doesn’t you pooch deserve better?

Pork neck bones, for flavoring food or making stock
Pork neck bones, for flavoring food or making stock

If you make stock. Wait, you are making your own stock aren’t you? It’s so easy, and SO much better! So let me restate that, WHEN you make stock, these are the cuts that you will need. Grass fed, hormone free, no GMO, happy animals bits that make awesome stock. They also keep in the freezer easily so now is the time to stock up on your stock bits. You see what I did there! You’ll never get a deal better than BOGO and your family will thank you for making the stock rather than that watery, salty junk you buy at the store.

Beef heart, an awesome meal in itself, or you can cook or dry it for your dog
Beef heart, an awesome meal in itself, or you can cook or dry it for your dog

But what about the lowly fatback and lard? What do you do with that? Goodness, aren’t you cooking with lard yet? Here are 10 things you should be doing right now. It’s easy, and your grandmother could do it in her sleep. Isn’t it time you found out what she knew?

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