Another lesson from Fred: Slow food is good food.
Beautiful. Makes me want a tourtiere.
Ski fort in Irweird, Colorado.
Submitted and photographed by Jefe.
It’s springtime. Plant to eat. Fred does.
Read this book. Grow some food. Make some food. Share it with the people you love.
Long before he discovered wild boar and duck fat and a fondness for feeding others, Fred was an avid fisherman spearing the waters of the Great White North in solitude. Armed with his harpoon and a cooler to keep him nourished during a long day in turbulent waters, the day’s catch would be taken back to his shanty and cooked over an open flame to be enjoyed by himself.
With a crackling fire and a cold brew, Fred was never really alone. He had his fish. And his appetite.
Fred is so Unique… stay tuned for details. In the meantime, find yourself some stretchy pants.
It’s the weekend. Spend it Fred style - Eating.
At Easter some people eat a baked ham, and some people eat potted pork. Same animal, different preparation. Fred’s potted pork will knock yer socks off with its deliciousness.
This little piggy went “squee squee squee” all the way to your belly.
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