Famille Largras (Charcutier)
He calls a day in which nothing seems to be going your way a “bad cleaver day”. Some days your [knife] skills just aren’t on point, some days you nick a blade, some days there’s just too much work to get through with ease - those are bad cleaver days. The expression makes me smile and whenever I tell him I’m having a rough go of it he says, “It’s okay, babe, you’re just having a bad cleaver day. Tomorrow will be better.”
Smoked sirloin tonight with asparagus.. (at Texas Land & Cattle)
Look at that ring
I plan on donating to this, and wanted to put the word out. While, we don’t buy our bison from this family (it’s more economical for us to buy it locally), I’ve read their book about starting a bison ranch and was impacted by their passion for what they do and how they humanely treat their animals.(via Water For Bison! | Indiegogo)
The 3,000-acre tropical farm Belcampo Belize takes terroir to a different level with sugar cane, cacao, spices, rum, velvet apples and sorrel.
La ferme tropicale Belcampo Belize s’étend sur plus de 1200 ha et déborde de canne à sucre, de cacao, d’épices, de rhum, de fruits du pommier velours et d’Hibiscus sabdariffa : c’est le terroir à l’état pur.
Photos by / par Aya Brackett.
See more from our November 2013 issue.
Découvrez le reste de notre numéro de novembre 2013.
Oklahoma burgers lunch special. Yes, I got to taste test these while Mr worked on getting them just right.
They must be smashed, draped in American cheese, covered in sauteed onions, and squished between white bread buns slathered with yellow mustard. And fries are a must.
Not exactly on par with their usual cuisine, but too good not to run.