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“Let food be thy medicine”

“Let food be thy medicine”

This week I’m helping a friend out by cooking for her camp.  It’s a great working vacation for me—still busy but with only one job rather than 10, with the added bonus of having lots of girls and horses around and being in the woods.  There have been several food...
Come and get ’em!

Come and get ’em!

If you’ve ever thought about trying a heritage pig that’ll yield really great pork, now’s your chance!  Mangalitsa pigs are renowned for their red, flavorful meat and rich, creamy fat.  They are at their best when used for charcuterie, or the making...

More on pigs

The Detroit Free Press did an article on us today.  Good photos, informative writing. Good pig, bad pig: Michigan files appeal to preserve ban on invasive swine    

The next step

Mark’s done a few speaking/radio things lately. Here’s a great interview he did with David Janda.  He talked about where we’ve been and where we all need to head to nip problems like the DNR’s ISO in the bud. Here’s a video of a speech he...
Prodigious Pigs

Prodigious Pigs

Mark and I spent some time out with one pasture of Mangalitsas recently.  I was reminded all over again of why I like these pigs. 1) They are not fazed by cold.             2) They grow well on all sorts of food. A year old blond looking...

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