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Juni 2012, Salt Relax-Salzwand in der Reifekammer für Dry Aged Beef, Metzgerei David in Worms,

Juni Salt Relax-Salzwand in der Reifekammer für Dry Aged Beef, Metzgerei…

1950s meat poster - Google Search

1950s meat poster - Google Search

The key to a perfect Tri-Tip Roast is twofold … Internal Temperature and carving against the grain of the meat which runs in a couple of different directions.  A Tri-Tip is a cut from the bottom of the sirloin and … Read More

The key to a perfect Tri-Tip Roast is twofold … Internal Temperature and carving against the grain of the meat which runs in a couple of different directions. A Tri-Tip is a cut from the bottom of the sirloin and … Read

Sousalmosprouscuit (sour cream+smoked salmon+sprouts)

If you can't eat your food raw, than that food is not meant for you. It is killing you slowly, can't you see it? Wake up my friend.

Mixed media artist Mathieu Frossard challenges the compulsions behind “fast” food.

How much cruelty can you swallow? After decades of orally molesting dead corpses it has finally dawned on me: NONE. Meaty issue: The giant plate of human flesh is the first act of this kind in Spain.

What a dish: Protester lies naked on giant plate in the street to highlight animal cruelty

How much cruelty can you swallow? After decades of orally molesting dead corpses it has finally dawned on me: NONE. Meaty issue: The giant plate of human flesh is the first act of this kind in Spain

TRISCUIT crackers are now Non-GMO Project Verified. Top one off with pear, prosciutto and ricotta for a deliciously simple snack.

Pearsciuttocottascuit (pear+prosciutto+ricotta)

LAMB Meat Market Cuts Hand Printed Letterpress by PioneerHouse

LAMB MEAT Market CUTS Letterpress Hand Printed Poster loin roast chop leg of lamb butcher shop greek middle eastern cuisine

Canada: Meat is a material of war, Swift, 1943

From a series of Swift ads recommending thrifty use of meat during World War II. Was Martha Logan real or made up? Source: National Home Monthly, November 1943

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"A nutritional rightness in every good-eating bite" LIFE magazine, July 1947

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