Have you noticed that "butchery is back with farm-to-table love, boutique butcher shop openings, and sell-out butchery demos"?
Butchers were always there yet the image of them was more of balding and or mustachioed (old) guys wearing bloody aprons.
Now we have hot girl butchers and tatooed hipster butchers as an alternative to rock stars.
If you are serious about your meat, good cuts and all, even if you don't intend to master the art of the butcher, Whole Beast Butchery (Chronicle Books, November 2011) by Ryan Farr gives us a step by step visual guide tp beef, lamb and pork from Flinstone Chops to Pig Trotters.
With our new contest, here's your chance to win a copy of Whole Beast Butchery.
All you have to do is answer the following question:
How many finished boneless lamb leg muscles land on butcher block once his hard work detailing the animal is done?
Send your entry to info [at] njconcierges [dot] com
All replies must be received by Midnight (Eastern U.S) on Sunday, December 18, 2011
This contest is on a first come, first served basis as we only have 1 copy to give away.
If you won anything from us in past 30 days, please let someone else try their luck.