Fame and glory abound for the ingesting of either quantity or obscurity. That seems ubiquitous these days. Competitive eating comes in clips on shows that mock everything except themselves and dining on the bizarre has become a television ritual of understanding another culture rather […]digest →
A morbid fascination that is more like an obsessive love affair with beef can easily overtake me. That mixes with the reverence I feel when I take an animal apart, and all that settles on a curiosity for the nooks where the actual butchering takes place.
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