Made by Hand | Ep. 4 The Art of Butchery with Jerome Grant

January 31, 2020
Whole-animal butchery is not a time-saver, it’s an art. Chef Jerome Grant learned the craft from his mother, honed it as a pro chef, and now uses it at home to feed his family. What’s best is not always easy or convenient, because, like our friends at Maker’s Mark know, good things take time.

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