Paleo Meetup at the Local Food Festival!

Hey everyone,

Come celebrate local food (and MEAT!) in Boston at the Boston Local Food Festival. Meet other people interested in paleo, and help us enter Mark Sisson's Primal Feast Challenge – grand prize, 200 pounds of grass-fed beef!

We will meet at 12:00 near the Big Moe BBQ demo which is in the middle of the Congress Street Bridge next to the butchering demo stage. See more details below….

Hope you can make it!

Michal & Mary

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Authentic BBQ Demo by Big Moe
by Boston Local Food Festival on Monday, September 13, 2010 at 1:27pm

Find out what authentic BBQ made with locally raised meats is all about. After you watch Farmstead's Matt Jennings break down a whole hog, learn the secrets of serious BBQ as revealed by Big Moe, the legendary chef of M&M Ribs in Roxbury.

Big Moe's demo will include “boned out” pork butt and ribs from Jennings' Rhode Island-raised hog and Big Moe will serve BBQ brisket made with five-week aged natural beef from River Rock Farm in Brimfield, Mass., one of Massachusetts' most popular farms. You can find River Rock's meats on restaurant menus (e.g., Centre Street Café) and in markets (e.g., City Feed & Supply and Don Otto's Market) around greater Boston.

If you prefer to source your grass-fed beef and natural pork from the Green Mountain State, you're in luck; Moe will also serve up ribs from North Hollow Farm in Rochester, Vermont. Mike Knowles, the farmer at North Hollow, has long been hailed as one of the finest grass-fed beef and pastured pork farmers in New England. Fortunately, you don't have to trek all the way to Rochester to enjoy North Hollow's meats – they're available locally at Don Otto's Market.

You can find Big Moe's BBQ demo in the middle of the Congress Street Bridge next to the butchering demo stage. While the grilling demonstration will begin at 1:00 pm, M&M's BBQ will be available all day at the Boston Local Food Festival. Just follow your nose!

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