How to Treat Your Meat
Meat, for some of us, is a passion. Don't listen to the vegans. It's OK to be carnivorous. Sometimes even desserts can't even match the decadence of an exquisitely butchered, seared and seasoned cut of meat. This two-day meat-tacular brings together incredible chefs providing workshops and field trips, concluding with a steak flight. Yes, the meal of carnists' dreams. Meat Matters has a lot going on. On Sunday, Nov. 4 from 9am to noon, a James Beard award-winning chef presents From Life to Meat: A Hands-On Experience at Polk's Folly Farm, which is now sold out. In the afternoon from 3 to 6pm, Discovering the Unknown Flavors of Meat: A Whole-Animal Butchery Experience gets raw at Three Sisters Kitchen for $25 to $80. Monday doesn't relent. Check out Whole-Animal Butchery and Utilization: A Chef's Philosophy on Nov. 5 from 9am to 2:30pm at Three Sisters Kitchen for $50 to $195. Lastly, chefs and steak-enthusiasts get real satisfaction at Farm & Table from 6 to 10pm for the Steak Flight Tasting Dinner for $95. This event is geared towards professional chefs of all levels. (Mayo Lua de Frenchie)
Sunday Nov 4, 2018
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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This two-day event includes butchery workshops, field trips and demos to help educate and inspire fellow professionals culminating in a steak flight tasting dinner with five identical tasting courses.
Join us for an in-depth look on how we source, eat, think, and talk about meat! This two-day event will include butchery workshops, field trips and demonstrations to help educate and inspire fellow professionals.
Workshops will be led by Adam Danforth, a James Beard award-winning author of two books about slaughtering and butchering livestock; Camas Davis, founder of the Good Meat Project; and Derek Wagner, co-chair of Chefs Collaborative and chef/owner of Nick's on Broadway.
The workshops will culminate in a Steak Flight Tasting Dinner featuring five identical tasting courses, representing five different beef producers: Susieville Cattle Company, Ranney Ranch, San Juan Ranch, JX Ranch, and Alameda Farms. Local wine will be paired with the tasting for a true taste of New Mexico terrain and terroir.