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Unread 09-29-2012, 03:31 PM   #1
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Default Pork Butchery,, A Visual. An Awesome Visual.

I'm excited about the quality of this video entitled,
On The Anatomy Of Thrift: Side Butchery.

It is the best I've ever ran across and appeals to the sensibilities of the BBQ Brethren.

It details, exquisitely, the butchering process of one side of pork into the cuts we all use and enjoy and provides a little history lesson as well. Be patient with the history lesson as it provides a valuable perspective.

With that, I provide a link to the video and web page of the author. This video is well worth your time.

http://vimeo.com/32367993
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Unread 09-29-2012, 03:58 PM   #2
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Thanks for sharing! That is an awesome video.
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Very nice vid. Thx!


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Unread 09-29-2012, 04:31 PM   #4
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Super cool. I've got a couple hogs gonna be ready around thanksgiving and I'm thinking I'll do one myself. These kind of vids just give me hope I can do it justice!
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Great video and well made film as well.
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Thanks for turning us on to this incredible video. The camerawork, the palate, the narrative, the music, the story, brilliant.
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Wow, what an awesome video! I certainly learned a few things.
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Bookmarked!! Thanks!

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Very cool. Bo is gonna LOVE this video.
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Many thanks !

It's like a roadmap to the whole hog.

Quite a different perspective than the small puzzle pieces in the supermarket.
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Thoughtful presentation and approach, wouldn't you say?
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Porkie Pig has never looked better. Great vid.
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Excellent video, I really enjoyed it. When I retire I would love to do some butcher work. Today I made tri-tip and but really wish I would have made a pork shoulder :-)

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Really nice! Think I will buy a whole pig and butcher it myself!

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that was great! Got me thinking wether I should try one of my hogs myself.
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