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May 4, 2012 | Craig LaBan
Craig LaBan: Mike Klein and I popped by this adorable little cart, Spot, to try their house-ground burgers, and cheesesteaks. They butcher the meat themselves from a big top round, pretty impressive for a place that's 6 feet long. They've got the system down pat, with someone taking orders beneath the shade of a red awning on the yellow cart, with a grill-master inside sizzling away at warp speed. You know they've got ambitions with ingredients like "mire-poix" (for the meatloaf) and an "Umami" signature burger (excellent, with pickled daikon, mushrooms, and gochujang)
ENTERTAINMENT
January 19, 2012
WORKING WITH a savvy butcher has its advantages. "At a supermarket, you get what you get," said chef Derek Davis, owner of Derek's in Manayunk. Davis owned a boutique butcher shop, Main Line Prime, before the economy tanked. "If you want your steaks cut thick, your chicken boned, your roast tied, the butcher can do. It's all about the service. " Here's what a good butcher can do for you: 1. Save you money. That's right. While you may pay more per pound for some cuts, you'll be surprised at how competitive most butcher-shop prices are. And a good butcher can save you money by steering you toward cheaper cuts.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 19, 2012 | By Beth D'Addono, FOR THE DAILY NEWS
OLD-SCHOOL is always in session at G&M Market in Glendora, a South Jersey town not far from the Deptford Mall. Master butcher and raconteur Hank Mariotti just celebrated 55 years at the family-run business, an old-fashioned butcher shop and deli that still makes homemade sausage and grinds and cuts meat to order. For customers with no time to cook, beef and pork are roasted fresh daily for sandwiches, and the hoagies and sandwiches are some of the best around. As he approaches his 80th birthday, Mariotti, who co-owns the business with his son Gary, still works seven days a week.
NEWS
October 11, 2011 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
MILWAUKEE - A woman who faked a pregnancy and panicked as her supposed due-date grew near attacked a pregnant mother with a baseball bat and cut her full-term fetus from her womb with an X-Acto knife, killing the mother and baby, according to court documents filed yesterday. Annette Morales-Rodriguez, 33, faces two counts of first-degree homicide in the deaths of Maritza Ramirez-Cruz and the boy she was set to deliver next week. Morales-Rodriguez made a brief court appearance yesterday, standing silent as her bail was set at $1 million.
NEWS
July 25, 2011 | Associated Press O
SLO, Norway - Anders Behring Breivik said he was a boy when his life's path began to turn. It was during the first Gulf War, when a Muslim friend cheered at reports of missile attacks against American forces. "I was completely ignorant at the time and apolitical but his total lack of respect for my culture (and Western culture in general) actually sparked my interest and passion for it," Breivik, 32, the suspect in Norway's bombing and mass shooting wrote in his 1,500-page manifesto.
NEWS
July 11, 2011 | By Bonnie L. Cook, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Kayli, the white cow that fled an Upper Darby slaughter market late last month and led police on a merry chase before being corralled to face an uncertain future has landed at her new home. Kayli was off-loaded from an animal carrier this morning and got her first look at the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary in upstate New York where she will graze and chew her cud for the rest of her life. She met her new handler, Jenny Brown, and bumped noses with two enormous steers, one of whom seemed to be smitten.
NEWS
June 24, 2011 | By JASON NARK, narkj@phillynews.com 215-854-5916
THE STANDOFF took place outside a slaughterhouse, and the air hung heavy and hot with the stench of livestock. On one end was a vegan, a woman who believes that the worldwide slaughter of animals for human consumption is akin to a "holocaust. " Across from her was a young man dressed in black, an employee of the Madina Live Poultry Co., in Upper Darby, who said that "animals were put on earth for us. " The vegan, and other animal activists, had come for a cow, the one that momentarily escaped the slaughterhouse Saturday night only to be captured after ramming a police cruiser.
NEWS
May 22, 2011 | By Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press
CAIRO - An Egyptian judge on Saturday postponed the trial of the country's former interior minister and four of his top aides in the deadly shootings of protesters, after chaos broke out in the courtroom with families of the victims shouting, "Butcher! Butcher!" at the defendants. Habib el-Adly is the highest-ranking former regime official to be brought to trial so far in the killings of 846 protesters and the wounding of thousands of others during the uprising that forced President Hosni Mubarak to step down on Feb. 11. If convicted, Adly could face the death penalty.
NEWS
May 16, 2011 | Associated Press
GUATEMALA CITY - Assailants killed at least 29 people - decapitating most of the victims - on a ranch in a part of northern Guatemala plagued by drug cartels, national police said yesterday. The massacre took place early yesterday in the town of Caserio La Bomba in Peten province near the Mexico border, according to National Civil Police spokesman Donald Gonzalez. Among the 29 dead were two children and two women. It is one of the worst massacres since the end of Guatemala's 36-year civil war in 1996.
NEWS
May 4, 2011 | By Michael Klein, PHILLY.COM
Facing eviction, the century-old Harry G. Ochs & Sons butcher shop has vacated its stand at Reading Terminal Market. The denouement of a Philadelphia retail landmark came quietly, after closing time Monday, when owner Nicholas Ochs removed signs, his butcher's block, and personal effects from the stand. A few hours later, his wife posted news of Ochs' relocation on Reading Terminal's Facebook page. Ochs is now an employee of Main Street Market in Manayunk, managing the butcher operation there at Main and Grape Streets, effective Tuesday morning.
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