ONE COUPLE’S JOURNEY THROUGH 1/4 OF A GRASSFED COW

TRUE STORY.  A customer at work asked me where he could find “the bacon that’s already cooked and you don’t need to refrigerate.”  Sadly, we had it available but the customer wasn’t happy because what we had was already refrigerated.  He said, “Once it’s refrigerated, you have to keep it refrigerated.  I want something I don’t have to refrigerate!” 

Can you imagine the chemicals in that stuff!  Thanks, but no thanks.

Someone asked about boxed Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc in a comment.  Mounthaven Chardonnay in a 3-L octavin box is great if you like some oak on your Chard.  I’m hearing good things about Silver Birch Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand, in a 3-L octavin box but haven’t had a chance to taste it yet.  How bad can 3-L of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc be when it only costs $15 and lasts for 3 weeks?  That’s a gamble I’d be willing to undertake.

TOMORROW: the first steaks.  Check back soon!

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One Response to ONE COUPLE’S JOURNEY THROUGH 1/4 OF A GRASSFED COW

  1. Moooooo-ve It Or Lose It says:

    Hey! Bacon is chemical-as-the-dickens, anyway. I do not believe the pre-cooked bacon has any more chemicals than yer basic Oscar Mayer not-yet-cooked. And, I have taken that precooked bacon to work, done it up in the lunchroom microwave, and made yummy sandwiches on yummy fresh bread, with plastic packs of Arby’s horsey sauce.

    Let’s get back to beef. Beef is the only food included in the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights. President Bush said Al Qaida hates us for our freedom, but he was wrong. They hate us for our yummy beef!

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