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"brooke farms" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
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"brooke farms" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Hi. This is Dorie Greenspan. Enjoy the Baker. You're listening to radio cherry bomb. You're the bomb you are. Hi bomb squad. Your listening to radio cherry bomb. And I'm your host carry diamond each week. We talked to the most inspiring women in and around the world of food. Let's thank our sponsor handsome, brook farm, pasteurized organic eggs, handsome, Brooke farms secret to making rich flavorful eggs is simple. The most possible space, the best possible feed and lots of love. It's a healthy and humane recipe that makes your almonds cakes custard and everything in between taste better want to get cracking. Of course you do. Visit handsome brook, farm dot com. Alright some housekeeping calling all green girls, the food waste fair twenty nineteen is taking place in Brooklyn on Thursday may twenty third joined the cherry bomb team and other zero waste peeps. If you are a New York City food, lover or food service professional come to this interactive experience and get connected with the resources and knowledge you need to get to zero food waste that night from six to nine PM. Mm. There's the zero food waste challenge, featuring Keer Ston and Claire from hunky Dory, and other mindful, New York, City chefs, and guess who one of the judges is none other than everyone's favourite, Alison Roman. For tickets to the fair or the challenge. Visit food waste fair dot NYC today. We have a special returning guests from across the pond. Anna Jones, the home-cooked champion who has a fantastic new book out called the modern cooks year. It's finally spring produce season here in New York, that time of the year when farmers markets really come alive after months of potatoes and apples. You've got asparagus, rhubarb ramps, so many vibrant things I was very excited to talk to Anna about what seasonal cooking means to her since that's a major focus of the modern cooks year before we get to my conversation with Anna. Let's hear a word from our sponsor handsome brook. Farm believes that organic and pastured is the way to go when it comes to eggs, pasture-raised means better lives for hens. Better lives for small farmers and better eggs for you. It's also better for chefs who depend on rich flavorful, eggs, handsome, Brooke farms owned flock of amazing chefs their mother hens count on it. You not add mini is a mother hen. She's also the celebrated chef behind team Balibou STA and Kish cash in Manhattan want to learn how Sheffi not whips up her red shock Shuka an aromatic, spicy tomato sauce into what she nestles.
"brooke farms" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"She had no desire to join the family business and gravitated toward the world of fashion after tragedy. Struck things changed Joey has helped transform Wolfer from a local favourite to a nationally recognized name for everything from its Rosa to its cider. And now Jin an anon- alcohol. Rosa Joey is a lot of fun. She showed up rocking a wine colored vintage Gucci dress. And she made me wish it was summer. And I was in my backyard drinking glass of Rosa. I actually don't have a backyard. But you know, what I mean and stay tuned for the second half of our show cherry bomb Fave. Chef Elizabeth Faulkner is back to talk about chef cycle, the annual charity bike ride for no kid hungry. She'll be biking. Are you ready for this? This three hundred miles. Yikes. I gotta get in shape. I'm in pain just thinking about that. But I am very impressed. We'll be back with Joey Wolfer right after this word from handsome brook farm. Handsome brook farm believes that organic end pastured is the way to go. When it comes to eggs pasture-raised means better lives for hens better lives for small farmers and better eggs for you. It's also better for chefs who depend on rich, flavorful, eggs, handsome, Brooke farms owned flock of amazing chefs their mother hens count on it. You not add mini is a mother hen. She's also the celebrated chef behind team Bala booster and Kish cash in Manhattan want to learn how Sheffi not whips up her red shock Shuka an air Matic spicy tomato sauce into what she nestles eggs and lets them poach to perfection you can find Sheffi nods. Middle Eastern, egg Centric recipes and videos on handsome, proclaimed dot com, you can find their eggs at public..
"brooke farms" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"brooke farms" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Credit tuned into this week's meeting three on heritage radio network. That's meat plus sign T H R E E available wherever you listen to podcasts. Hi bomb squad. Your listening to radio cherry bomb, and I'm your host carry diamond each week. We talked the most inspiring women in and around the world of food. I let's thank our sponsor handsome brook farm, pasteurized, organic eggs, handsome, Brooke farms secret to making rich, flavorful eggs is simple. The most possible space the best possible feed and lots of love. It's a healthy and humane recipe that makes your omelettes cakes custard 's and everything in between taste better to learn more and to find their eggs. Visit handsome brook farm dot com. Now to today's episode. This is a unique one folks when was the last time you made rice crispy treats, how about a rice Krispy, treat portrait of Oprah? Today's guest made one of those just a few weeks ago. Jessica skin is a rice Krispy treat artist. Yes. That is her fulltime job. She's known professional. Only as Mr. crisp, and she came by cherry bomb HQ to talk about her journey from working in fashion to fashioning people places and things with cereal. Also, Jessica gives great advice about how to build your brand through collaborations before we get started. Let's hear word from our sponsor handsome brook farm, pasture-raised, organic eggs, handsome brook farm believes that organic and pastured is the way to go. When it comes to eggs pasture raised means better lives for hens better lives for small farmers and better eggs for you. It's also better for chefs who depend on rich, flavorful, eggs, handsome, Brooke farms owned flock of amazing chefs their mother hens count on it, Suzanne visa thin is a mother hen. She's the chef and owner of buttermilk kitchen in Atlanta curious, how chef Suzanne makes her French toast with caramelized bananas. The ingredients include bananas, home, ACC Chiba bread. Ed and some handsome brook farm eggs to make each slice as fluffy as can be or if you're like me and have a serious love affair with Pimento cheese. You can make her permit. Oh cheese. Omelet Suzanne whips up three handsome brook, farm eggs. Let's the omelette set than ads red pepper..
"brooke farms" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Today's program was brought to you by EMI cheese. Specialty cheese from Switzerland. Made. With heart 'em passion. For more information. Visit EMMY USA dot com. You're listening to heritage radio network were a member supported podcast network. Broadcasting over thirty five weekly shows live from Bushwick. Brooklyn this year. We're celebrating ten years of food radio for the past decade. We've been taking you behind the scenes of farms restaurants, breweries school, cafeterias and more. It's been ten years. And we are just getting started. Find us at heritage radio network dot org. Hi bomb squad. You're listening to radio cherry bomb, and I'm your host carry diamond each week. We talked to the most inspiring women in and around the world of food. I let's thank our sponsor handsome brook farm, pasteurized, organic eggs, handsome, Brooke farms secret to making rich, flavorful eggs is simple. The most possible space the best possible feed and lots of love. It's a healthy end. Humane recipe that makes your omelettes cakes custard and everything in between taste better to learn more and to find their eggs. Visit handsome brook farm dot com. Today show is all about cake and accounting don't think the two go together. Think again, today's guest is Chelsea white better known as Chelsea tweets. The incredible self-talk Baker who went from accounting to social media, darling. Chelsea actually quit her day job six weeks ago. But it was a very planned and deliberate decision. She talks to us about the goals. She set for herself and shares lots of advice in the process. No matter what career you're in. You'll find some nuggets of wisdom in our conversation before we get started. Let's hear word from our sponsor handsome brook farm. Pasture raised organic eggs. Handsome brook farm believes that organic and pastured is the way to go. When it comes to eggs pasteurized means better lives for Hinz better lives for small farmers and better eggs for you. It's also better for the chefs who depend on rich, flavorful, eggs, handsome, Brooke farms owned flock of amazing shafts, their mother hens count on it Janine booth is a mother.
"brooke farms" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"This episode is brought to you by MO fad the museum of food and drink inspiring public reality about food. Learn more at Moffat dot org. You're listening to heritage radio network. We're a member supported food radio network. Broadcasting over thirty five weekly shows live from Bushwick Brooklyn. Join our hosts as they lead you through the world of craft brewing behind the scenes of the restaurant industry inside the battle over school, food and beyond. Find us at heritage radio network dot org. Hi bomb squad. You're listening to radio cherry bomb, and I'm your host carry diamond each week. We talked to the most inspiring women in and around the world of food. I let's thank our sponsor handsome brook farm pasteurized, organic eggs Hanser, Brooke farms secret to making rich, flavorful eggs is simple. The most possible space the best possible feed and lots of love. It's a healthy end. Humane recipe that makes your omelettes cakes Custer's and everything in between taste better to learn more and to find their eggs. Visit handsome brook farm dot com. I'm so happy to welcome. Today's guest back to radio cherry bomb. It's chef Deborah van trees of twisted soul, cookhouse and pours the funded Lanta restaurant where she serves up her global soul food to a happy diverse clientele for twenty years Deborah worked as a flight attendant end as a chef juggling two demanding careers before finally jumping into the food world full-time. She's an inspiring upbeat personality who is finally getting the national recognition. She deserves everyone from the New York Times to guy Fieri has their eyes on her. We should also mention that Deborah is part of the mother hen chef collective of our sponsor handsome brook farm when I asked Deborah why the world is finally paying attention to her. She gave a modest answer. I think it's just time for us females to shine. So grab your sunglasses and settle in for my talk with chef Deborah van trees before we get started. Let's hear a word from handsome brook farm. Handsome brook farm believes that org. Panic and pastured is the way to go. When it comes to.
"brooke farms" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Write down everything that drives you nuts. And remember the journals for you. So you're supposed to be very honest. Aggravated honest, like I hate my roommate don't like my boyfriend hate my job. I don't like my commute. And then after that time, you really sit in assess it, and it's kind of nasty to really like. Wow. Oh my gosh. And what you might come to is like turns out, I only complain about my commute when I'm on the way to work. So maybe it's not my commute. Maybe it's my job. I don't like or what are some things I can do to make my commute better. Can I wake up a little earlier? Can I plan my outfit? Can I you know, and that's sort of for me goes into the apex of my brand of wellness, which is bio- individuality. Bio individuality? Yeah. So bio individuality is that what works for me might not work for Lou. But might work for sue, right? Like, not everything is going to work for you. You've got to find what works best for you. And the best way to do that is right. Your own stress journal your own food journal, you know, and even the way that I suggest food journaling. It's not about just writing down what you ate day threatening about how you slept that day. How you felt after you ate a certain thing. How many times do you get do you have you been asked in your life? What do you think you might feel like for dinner? So when people ask me the question, how our food and feelings connected. I'm like, how aren't they connected like wins last time you thought like you just you just eat to eat. Of course, your feelings are connected and there tied into that. And so it's the same with the food journals to same with the stress, and let's getting down to the bottom of where something's coming to. I'm all about solutions and getting to the bottom of things, and I feel like in a world of comparison eating. Let's talk about what's for you. And I think that when. I work with people. Now, I really try to get to the I'm working with them on them on how to get to the bottom of that. Then I feel like that to me is hopefully the future of wellness not like juice cleanses and like weird fifty dollars, yoga classes, hopefully. We're going to take a little break for a word from handsome brook farm, organic pasteurized eggs, then we'll be back with more wisdom from Sofia. And the return of our speed round. Handsome brook farm believes that organic and pastured is the way to go. When it comes to eggs pasture-raised means better lives for hens better lives for small farmers and better eggs for you. It's also better for chefs who depend on rich, flavorful, eggs, handsome, Brooke farms owned flock of amazing chefs their mother hens count on it and not Admoni is a mother hen. She's also the celebrated chef behind him Bella booster and Kish cash in Manhattan wants to learn how Sheffi not whips up mini. Herb omelet with.
"brooke farms" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Store is plenty of tape there. He is. He reminds me of case. I mean, he's a grinder in a bad place. Don't bother him. He has a good arm. He's got a quick release. He's a feisty player. So it's going to be a challenge to get him a contain. I said last week. And I said it here on this show. I certainly set it on my show and orange and blue seven sixty that you can't lose to Jeff Driscoll in the Bengals if so all the Broncos players should retire. Well, they didn't lose. I'm not going to say that about Nick Mullins. He does have four starts in the NFL. But you shouldn't lose to throw for four hundred yards last week nonetheless, it's still Nick Mullins third string quarterback. I don't think he's the second coming. He's not the future for the forty Niners. And if you can limit his favorite target, George Kitto, then you really should have an easy day. He's got a four string running back and Jeff Wilson junior and beyond that their receivers have been a bit of a disappointment. Or they're young guys that you just haven't really heard of that have been that productive Dante Pettis in recent weeks is found the. Endzone a bunch and seems to be on the same page with Nick Mullins. But George Chipotle is really the focal point here is Broncos defensive coordinator. Joe woods on what it'll take to stop. The second year tight end at Iowa. I remember when Chelsea I came out, and I was like who's this guy? But I learned real quick he's pretty good player. And I feel the same way about him. Obviously, we have some things in place to take care of maybe a few tweaks to make a messiah line, but he is their leading receiver by over thirty receptions, which is unheard of. But he's really good player. We can't spend a lot of time honestly, and I read Brooke farms game management focusing on the Niners offense because there's not much to focus on semester. Nick Mullins did throw for four hundred yards last week. But it was in a losing effort in Seattle. And he just kind of hugging it around the yard. You can't let Mullins beat you. The kind of goes without saying the Broncos should be able to get to them as the Broncos are fifth in the NFL in sacks the Niners. They don't get to the quarterback very well at all their twentieth insect. Solomon Thomas, the number three overall pick a year ago out of Stanford has been a disappointment. And he has admitted that he needs to play better deforest Buckner who was a first round pick a couple of years ago. He's actually looked really good and has nine sacks from a interior pass rush position. But you should still be able to. Neutralized him. And do what you need to do running the ball. So let's start with case keenum, and as we look at the Broncos offense. Here is the Broncos signal caller with his reaction to the news that Emmanuel Sanders is no longer going to be his top target is tough. Obviously..
"brooke farms" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Straight out block as the crow flies is the home of how roseman and the general manager of the eagles and i know they're gonna be a lot of hosanna has thrown the way of brady and bella check it to the next two weeks but the job of the eagles front office in coaching just continues to astound me i mean i've said it before take away and vp quarterback probowl left tackle best linebacker best special teams player most versatile running back there in the super bowl i mean it's just an amazing story i mean folz is just one of these pieces where it was the game against the vikings the dismantling of the vikings was like a a highlight real for the front office these guys that we're not interesting to other teams making plays whether it's chris long early gear blunt or patrick robinson or tories smith or al sean jeffrey every touch down was by someone that wasn't in philadelphia last year and these were not highpriced additions all over jeffrey got the big deal since it's it was almost like everything they touched has worked everything and i sort of put out on twitter can we think of another team that would beat forget about all the other injuries that would be in the super bowl with a backup quarterback i mean to be even the thought of it so uh it's just masterful and then i talk a lot about dog i know doug peterson a long time he was brooke farms backup years brett first counsellor is bread forbes guru was brits forbes coach on the field he was the guy we reached when we had to locate brett to tell him his father had died uh i just think the world of him he's positive he gets players he's continually upbeat has always been never a bad day with that guy.
"brooke farms" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"One ikeya clicking back and forth it's uh it's truly mesmerizing it feel while you're on drugs it's like his it's sort of like whenever you like you're you're shutting what your left island opioid shutting you're right i shutting aleppo shutting a right i'd like yeah what is that an from wayne's worlds wayne's rolled camera one camera nia yet very camera one camera to but it's also like oh same same look of horror thick embarrassment on melissa joan hearts face and one but can you imagine the speed so someone just ran in switched out the turkey and in they took the photo again because it looks like no time has pipe was like there's i just don't understand why the photos the angle is so slightly different that it's like did you not like a steady like the second immonen a matter ours are like why is the light showing your right like why is like the fluorescent light showing on the tom cruise look your is this lights clearly a movie set like it's a it's a set it yelling tells us that lay behind china or of nothing there's like barely anything in the cabin and in nothing looks like it's ever been use my favorite comments are the ones that are like beautiful kitchen malysz and it's like there's this is not anyone's kitchen this is on a sound stage beautiful kitchen of lasagna though kitchen are the captions the same omega there they're the same we all know when you eat better you feel better i love using family farm raise turkey from shady brick farms on cooking for my family than everyone says we all know when you when you eat better you feel better i love using familyfarm race turkey from honeysuckle white that for my family in a way it's like a deranged it's a deranged version of the salim dion thing where she captioned caption french and english if like oh after caption it honeysuckle way and she brooke farm why are they to different like put them on the same instagram and then have like both be like the i it's very it's of it's very upsetting humorous like i.
"brooke farms" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"With john humphreys and michelle the same 29 minutes to nine chris hold rates has a solemn wreath unease amount is due to appear in court in london accused of plotting to kill theresa may it's understood the alleged plan involve detonating an explosive device of the gates of downing street at attacking the prime minister with a knife in the ensuing chaos president trump will recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel later today he will direct the state department to stop the process of moving the american embassy there from tel aviv the decision breaks with years of us policy on the status of the city as well as the international consensus the foreign secretary boris johnson says reports about mr trump's announcement concerning the palestinian general delegate to the uk menu l assassin told this program the move was a kiss of death for the two state solution with inevitable violence russia has reacted with the funds to a decision by the international olympic committee to ban its participation in next year's winter olympics following a report accusing it of systematic doping the deputy speaker of the russian parliament called the ban a humiliation and an insult the french rock star johnny halliday has died he was seventy four johnny halliday began recording in 1960 and was influenced by elvis presley he went on to sell more than a hundred million records the time is twenty seven minutes to nine as part of tea reports this week on a slalom and muslims in the uk we didn't yesterday at the development of a british muslim identity and the search for religious knowledge that expressions of faith and identity larussa seen in the choices muslims make everything from charitable giving to lifestyle dress and food with an estimated three million muslims in the uk those choices have an economic impact and some of the terms that are widely used hull for example for food that is permissible to eat are often only party undestood including by muslims themselves for my second report i've into a farm in oxfordshire which prides itself on ethically produced allow meet play the leaks which hopefully will have right through at least so chris smith just north of oxford lies willow brooke farm 45 acres of land and a business set up sixteen years ago by ruby radwan and her husband lutfi let me just a flats empty failed how much did.
"brooke farms" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"You can go a couple of different ways you can go like three to five jesus and just go with the pariah d contrast in texture contracts and flavored diversity of milk so like a fresh cheese a blooming cheese an alpine style cheese at a blue cheese and i want like names i want like okay were so i'll out i'll just say so i would maybe you know ticket a shout of um like something from vermont creamery for instance and then um maybe um you know a blew me from i mean who my loving lazy lady fire much as tiny little place in vermont nine just love her can you explain what ably meat he said sure a bloom each he is is often a white ryan dead cheese um you would know brie come and bear um these are younger cheeses in the united states they're pretty much exclusively pasteurized on they tend to be creamy they tend to have come profile like a mushroom mushrooming profile um you know uh sweet cream butter um grass lamb in sort of light flavor those are sort of like the default like if people aren't trying they'll probably like throw kind of whatever we'll of on a on a pure i mean i think people really like those cheetah's ironically that's like my least favorite type of cheese on but so i would mix that up with an alpine something like spring brooke farm turn tastes may be a blue cheese they go rogue smoky as always popular but i want to put something else out there where he is that you don't have to have a three cheese player five cheese play because you can also go the other direction which has to buy one who really amazing cheese i totally support this and i know what my cheeses i'm ready wet as i've i it's a harvests in for me there you go perfect that was the third that was also the best in show in the top three kids amazing is exactly so like you put one who really really spectacular thing out and it becomes this.
"brooke farms" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"That people really had the idea in their heads yet germs calls disease at even so in more remote areas it was entirely possible that that word would not have reached people yet absolutely and so that's the jewish city vampire case and you'll sometimes hear them referred to there's a their tours through town at cetera and you'll hear in some circles of people that like to talk about these types of things the jewish city vampires even though they were not actually prayers and the next time we're gonna talk about certain member of that one was in the eighteen '50s when that all happened this one is the bit leader and it's quite famous it's the mercy brown case uh and so mercy lena brown and she went by lena was a resident of exeter rhode island and she died there in eighteen ninety two so much later in the historical record right when she died the town is really struggling the civil war had claimed a lot of his pop its population and that was really the case everywhere like the civil war could just eliminate huge numbers of people from a town's population the railroad had also made it really easy for people to leave the area to try to find better farmland yeah as a pre sino eggs exeter was a farm community but it's widely recognized that the soil there is not great for farming in many parts the ferry rockies we kinda talked about a similar thing in our brooke farm episode that these people set up a farm in a place that doesn't have a good so he'll right uh so yeah exeter it was a farming community that got barely go by before the all of these deaths and and people wanting to leave started to happen yeah and it really got rough and once the railroad made it much easier to move a far their distance away there was a huge draw for people to stay they are continuing to struggle to just took out his sufficient with another nature right from 1820 until the time of llinas death the population had gone from twenty five hundred people t nine hundred sixty one so you over the course of about seventy years.
"brooke farms" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For tickets there are still a few available to join us out there tomorrow but yeah and part of it is to utilize you know a lot of the oftentimes unutilized parts of the animal in amazing in delicious ways yeah i mean that's that's our entire thought process lewin lewis i mean every other barbecue place mostly buying commodity me we get the whole hog a week in a we make slice portwood shoulders we do the bellies with you'd big wwco porch obviously make sizes with at the hands and you know that's that's pretty much whole thing one of the cool things about this too is is heritage read pork you get the pig get to do whatever you want you get it in advance and you get to do kind of whatever it is that you want that you think will give you the best chance not only the please a lot of the people there but give you the best chance to win and michelle over there at thirty six metal brooke farms give the listeners into that insight what you do you raised this pig and then you you turn it over africa petition we race takes frown on fair to finish we call it and so they're born they're born on firearm and on our pigs are probably eighteen months old before they go off to a freezer camp kambli call it or they had their one bad day on the fire so they're cared for greatly anna so it's great with the coach sean where the chef gets to utilize the whole pig i'm not having to break it down into specific cut for its from the nose to tail an pretty excited about the asqin noodles because there's a lot of skin on a pig in the magli to.
"brooke farms" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR
"Buy tickets online ahead of time and then tomorrow they have breakfast with the animals you go you have breakfast in you know that little hauled that they have inside mizzou you have breakfast than they are they do crafts with the kids on the outside and annual feed the draft those guys are used to down you'd like our raw meat liked no they're eating breakfast oh wow are you a uey he when food you're not eating grain and i'll have an impact deeply this prelate farm fall festival uh that's an furlong and that begins tomorrow morning at ten a m shady brooke farm turns into a haunted farm this weekend uh they're har fist fast begins tomorrow that will i like that attracted details they're open every weekend pumpkin path also begin this weekend abbott that's only opened that is also open during the week sorry the harbourvest only during the weekend's pumpkin pass all week and the weekends i they'll start their tractor ride su'a apple pick his i love this because you see that you have your activities of these things come and go so quickly like i know there's a whole bunch of stuff going on around where where i live now and yet i missed i missed it now you can report on it it's not like pierce calendar which pierre tells you literally everything going on earth right so he gives you everything yet every country everything about do a little a little spray a little taste of what's going on yeah and quickly a few more so the the hey ride to the which is house at lynnville that starts this weekend longwood gardens pumpkin playground opens tomorrow i this is really cool grandparents weekend at the market a del valle in doyle's town so again lerner go nuts a bastard hadn't squares october fest is tomorrow also citre fast at the historic houses in fair amount is saturday from twelve until four.
"brooke farms" Discussed on The Pulse
"There the body's just for a few minutes of my own gastronomic satisfaction they're just it didn't make sense when there were perfectly good alternatives that didn't require anyone's suffering so that's when i decided that i would become league have become i've been vegan since psprimorac has has a new book it's called pig pork archaeology sooalog and at ability and i think a lot of us can relate to what you just said when you really started thinking about meat and the animals then you start feeling a certain discomfort every time i'm in the grocery store and i'm looking at all the packages of chicken beef and pork i'm reminded of a story that a famous chef told me years ago his name as thomaskeller from the frenchlaundrythis is a very expensive michelin star restaurant in california and he said that 1 point in his career he realized that he was ordering meet like a mob boss orders a hit he'd make a phone call and pay his money and then pouf everything got delivered to his kitchen neatly trimmed and packaged no blood on his hands so one day he decided that he should really know how to butcher an animal he tried rabbits forest but once he was face to face with a twitchybunny knows he couldn't do it he almost had a nervous breakdown and the story has stuck with me for a long time because i think a lot of us have trouble thinking about consuming meat we don't want animals to suffer i could never kill a pig i know that but i can eat a pork roasts so where do we go with that a lot of meat eaters ease their conscience by purchasing meet that issue mainly raised and slaughtered but what exactly does that look like let's take a trip to double brooke farm in newjersey they raise sheep pigs turkeys and chickens from the moment they are born to the moment of slaughter owner johnmcconnell he takes us inside what he hopes is a kinder kill.