Old World Butchers Meet The New World of Beef

Wednesday, April 17, 2013 (6:30pm to 8:30pm)

Join Slow Food NYC, hosts Jimmy Carbone, of Jimmy's No. 43, and Sarah Teale, of Adirondack Grazers' Cooperative for a beef cutting demonstration and tasting!

Old World butchers from the East Village Meat Market will walk you through the process of butchering a 100% grass fed half steer provided by Producer Matrix partner Adirondack Grazer's Cooperative. Afterwards, there will be individual cuts for sale, as well as boxes of fresh, frozen Grazer's steaks.

Enjoy complimentary tastes of locally made kielbasa, hams, and other traditional butcher products from the East Village Market, the last surviving Eastern European butcher shop in the East Village. Plus, Snail of Approval establishment Jimmy's No. 43 will provide samples of craft beers and ciders. 

Location: East Village Meat Market - 139 2nd Avenue (btn. St. Marks Pl & 9th); Manhattan

Tickets: Slow Food Members - $35 / Non-members $45
(click here to check your status; SFUSA annual memberships start at just $25 or $60 per year)
Buy Tickets Here: oldworldbutcher.brownpapertickets.com

 

 

 


Adirondack Grazers' Cooperative is a group of beef producers from small to mid-scale, family farms in New York and Vermont that naturally raise and finish beef. Food Karma Projects is a creative producer of food and media events throughout the New York area.

Proceeds from this event support the programs of not-for-profit Slow Food NYC including the Urban Harvest program of good food education for New York City kids at schools in the South Bronx and Harlem, on the Lower East Side, and in Brooklyn and at a summer urban farm in Brooklyn.

Related Program:  Slow U.