This week: some Meat Week NYC events to benefit Hurricane Sandy relief efforts
Meat Week NYC celebrates the farmers, markets and chefs who bring sustainable meat to our tables. Produced by Food Karma Projects in collaboration with Food Systems Network NYC and Just Food; Meat Week NYC (with events throughout the month of November) will feature tastings, parties, butchering and cooking demos, market tours, and panels. Certain Meat Week NYC events will benefit Hurricane Sandy relief efforts (see below)! Some event info to come, please check the Meat Week NYC website for additional details.
All Beef Dinner with Christian Drouin of B. United
Jimmy’s No. 43 will be celebrating with Christian Drouin of B. United. He will be pairing these carnivore dishes (guest chef TBA) with his favorite ciders, and we’ll be adding in a few craft brews in addition. Some of the ciders Christian will be pouring (subject to availability):
- Christian Drouin Pays D’Auge Cider
- Cidre Comte du Lauriston
- Christian Drouin Poirè
$45 covers your meal and visiting with Christian (tax, tip, additional beverages not included). Be sure to join us for this all-beef dinner with one seating at 7 p.m.
The Meat Hook (@Brooklyn Kitchen) to host butchering demo featuring Adirondack Grazers half-steer at 6:30 pm (details here). $20 recommended donation for Rockaways hurricane relief.
POSTPONED UNTIL NOVEMBER 28TH: Food Systems Network NYC’s annual meat panel: Sustainable Meat Distribution: Channels and Challenges, the Second in a Series on Distribution (6:30-8:30 pm at Brooklyn Winery). Moderated by Mary Cleaver (Founder and President, Green Table + Cleaver Co.), FSNYC’s 2nd annual Meat Panel will focus on the relationships and business practices that tackle the challenges of getting grass-fed meat from the farm and into the city. For more details please visit the FSNYC website announcement.
Time Out NY Modern Beefsteak and Spirits Celebration – Join TONY and chefs Mary Cleaver, Ian Kapitan and others at Hudson Terrace. Ticketing info here. ALL TICKET PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARDS HURRICANE SANDY RELIEF IN THE ROCKAWAYS.
Hands-on Egg Collecting at Stone Barns Center – 11 am-11:45 am, 12 pm-12:45 pm
- Express your inner farmer at Stone Barns Center by pitching in with the all-important job of egg-collecting. Each participant will take home a pack of 4 eggs. Programs are family appropriate: youth ages 2-14 and adults. Important: All participants must wear closed-toe shoes for this program. Ages 2+ (Youth must be accompanied by at least one ticketed adult, and all people attending the program must buy a ticket.)
Livestock Tour at Stone Barns Center – 1-2 pm
- This specialized farm tour will focus on our animals: how they are raised humanely and on pasture rotation; why each breed has been carefully selected for our small farm; and what makes all of our animal products-from fresh eggs to Thanksgiving turkeys to honey-stand apart from the rest. You’ll leave with a true appreciation for our four-season, grass-fed livestock operation and the many ways that animals have a symbiotic relationship with the land that supports them. This tour is appropriate for youth ages 6-14 and for adults. Ages 6+ (All youth must be accompanied by at least one ticketed adult, and all people attending the program must buy a ticket.)
East Village Meat Market (139 2nd Avenue) will be sampling cooked/smoked meats (9 am – 5 pm).
Hands-on Egg Collecting at Stone Barns Center – 11 am-11:45 am, 12 pm-12:45 pm (For description, see November 10th)
Livestock Tour at Stone Barns Center – 1-2 pm (For description, see November 10th)
November 12th – December 9th - Food+Tech Connect: Reimagine, Prototype & Build the Future of Meat
- Join the online conversation, “How can information and technology be used to hack (or reimagine) meat?”
Food Systems Network NYC November Open Networking Meeting & Panel Discussion: Sustainable Meat Distribution: Channels & Challenges, the Second in a Series on Distribution
Meat Week NYC events to benefit Hurricane Sandy relief efforts!
Last year, Food Karma Projects created Meat Week NYC to support small livestock farmers upstate after Hurricane Irene tore through the region. Now post-Hurricane Sandy, we’re turning our focus to those in desperate need in the Rockaways. Harry Rosenblum of The Brooklyn Kitchen/Meat Hook and other summer Rockaway Beach concession operators (Roberta’s, Rockaway Taco) are desperately raising urgent funds now for people in the Rockaways who have lost everything. Our meat will be purchased from Adirondack Grazers, a small co-op of grass fed beef farmers. Among upcoming events, we’re committing all the ticket proceeds from our Modern Beefsteak & Spirits Celebration (Thursday, November 8th) to their efforts. Please support the meat farmer and NYC establishments that have been struggling in the devastation from Hurricane Sandy. Great attendance at these events will help get local businesses back on their feet!