Coping (and Thriving) in the Pandemic ~ Guest JFox of Hudson & Charles Grass-Fed Butcher

Coping (and Thriving) in the Pandemic ~ Guest JFox of Hudson & Charles Grass-Fed Butcher

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April 6, 2020 by No Ounce Wasted

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Coping (and thriving) in the pandemic. Host Bryan Mayer and butcher/ owner J. Fox of Hudson & Charles in Manhattan talk about making it through this crisis personally and professionally. Fox’s shop is open and pivoting to keep the doors open. Hear about what is working for them and how you can bring that to your business.

From Grub Street: “Hudson & Charles is even more boutique than, say, Murray’s Cheese or Despaña Fine Foods: The shop is teeny-tiny, and each item that takes up precious space is there for a reason — because it’s the best. To start, the meat: It’s all locally sourced, pasture-raised, and grass-fed, and you can purchase custom cuts of beef, pork, lamb, goat, and chicken. Too hungry to wait? Too lazy to cook? There are also made-to-order sandwiches, like “The Balboa,” a panini with smoked ham, bacon remoulade, raw baby Swiss cheese, and pickles. “

http://hudsonandcharles.com/      jfox@hudsonandcharles.com

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