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Horses could soon be slaughtered for meat in US

Horses could soon be butchered in the U.S. for human consumption after Congress quietly lifted a 5-year-old ban on funding horse meat inspections, and activists say slaughterhouses could be up and running in as little as a month.

Rocky Ridge Ranch owners keep it real with meat, produce

Thanksgiving turkeys come in all sizes. And some are raised differently than others. Gary Angell’s turkeys roam free and eat a homemade mixture of what he calls “real food.” They cost more than supermarket varieties, yet customers reserve their holiday birds months in advance. Angell and his wife, So YiDeuke, operate Rocky Ridge Ranch, specializing in naturally raised meats, free-range poultry and organic vegetables. We chatted with Angell at the South Perry District’s Thursday Market.

Huckleberry’s approaches 15th anniversary

When Huckleberry’s Natural Market first opened in the winter of 1996, descriptors like “natural” and “organic” likely provoked images of Birkenstocks, granola, and hemp pants.

As delicious, new vegetarian entrees emerge, use of meat on the retreat

Whether you’re eating less meat in the spirit of sacrifice during the Lenten season, working more meatless meals into the dinner rotation due to health concerns, or both, finding satisfying recipes is easier than ever. Vegetarian and vegan cookbooks abound, but even more traditional cookbooks and cooking magazines are helping guide readers to dishes that are not meat-centric.