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I hope those guys got paid -- once the doors are closed, the chances of seeing a penny on any outstanding invoices are very low.
@4, the company's site supposedly lists the stores that carry their stuff, including El Mercado in the Market, and the Metropolitan Market out at Sand Point. And they do mail order in a pinch! http://heavenlyheat.org/in_these_stores.…
@12, your certitude gives me mirthitude.
This is such a ridiculously broad oversimplification, it hardly warrants a response, but it insights anger, so here we go:
People who buy cheap meat SOMETIMES do so out of necessity. They also do it out of ignorance and convenience and due to their personal priorities NOT involving meat quality.
People who buy expensive meat likely NEVER do it out of willful malice OR destruction. They sometimes due it out of a sense of entitlement or pride, as though the mere fact that it costs more means it's better, which is not always the case. I am not a rich person by any stretch of the imagination, but having a background in nutrition and being fully aware of how important protein is in our daily diets as well as the importance of the quality of that meat (not only nutritionally, but environmentally), I put the quality of my meat at the top of my priority list and am willing to parse out more money to ensure a grass-fed, locally produced, sustainable raised source whenever possible.
That being said, having just moved to the Shoreline area and in search of a great source of meat, I am very sad the Edmonds location closed so mysteriously. We also loved the Magnolia location.
So understand that appealing to her sense that good animal husbandry won't work. If anything, her post @ 12 reveals that she thinks ethical ranchers and butcher are worse than feedlots and animal abuse at factory farms because they undercut the vegan activist's arguments by presenting an alternative where swearing off all meat at all times and joining the groupthink aren't necessary.
BB Ranch absolutely carries fresh meat. The cases are mostly stocked with dry aged meats, cured meats and pre-rubbed meats.
That being said they also stock fresh meats and I have bought pork roasts and chops, ground beef, tri-tip steak and other fresh meats and have never been disappointed with the products.
To @15's point the owner, Bill, can be a bit standoffish but if you are friendly and express an interest in the products he warms up quickly.
Fuck You matt form dick head!
Yay Raku !!!
You're onto me Raku. I go to PCC and buy free-range organic beef just so I can let it rot in my sink.
here is a link.
It says in the chart on the bottom right about executive pay. Perhaps you should do better research.
here is a link.
It says in the chart on the bottom right about executive pay.