1. “My hope is that my children will have the same passion for this as I do…”

    Meet Larry Althiser, the owner and head meat cutter for Larry’s Custom Meats in Hartwick, NY, a small farming community in the Northern Catskills. Larry takes pride in his slaughterhouse. He’s been butchering and processing animals for over 30 years, learning through hard work his philosophy on the right way to slaughter animals so we can eat.

    I spent two days upstate with Larry at his brand new processing plant to learn firsthand how animals become food – a rare opportunity to tell the story of transparency in the meat industry. Truth be told, I was very, very anxious going into this shoot. The night before, I tossed and turned in my bed, restless for hours. I just wasn’t sure if I was ready to see the whole process, to film what I’d been shy to film for years. But, I had to do it. It’s a story I wanted to tell, a good story about a proud butcher open to teaching his trade, and a story I felt compelled to share with many others, like me, who didn’t want to be disconnected to their food any longer.

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  2. Wir vom Steakfreunde.de-Team erklären euch in diesem Video wie ihr das perfekte Steak zubereiten könnt:

    1. Beste Ware nehmen - achtet auf Qualität, auf steakfreunde.de erfahrt ihr mehr zu diesem Thema, Dry aged Steaks sind die besten Steaks
    2. Ware auspacken und ruhen lassen
    3. Scharf in einer Pfanne oder auf dem Grill mit sehr hoher Hitze von beiden Seiten das Steak anbraten. Nehmt dazu ein gutes Pflanzenöl
    4. Jetzt mit einem Kerntemperatur-Thermometer im Ofen oder im Smoker auf Temperatur bringen. Die Kerntemperatur von 50-52°C empfehlen wir für Steaks - dann werden sie schön Medium rare
    5. Den Knochen und überschüssiges Fett entfernen, mit Meersalz und Steakpfeffer würzen und genießen

    best meat for best friends: steakfreunde.de

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