FamilyFarmed.Org Presents Dinner and a Movie Feb. 23 at Uncommon Ground

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Paul Kahan is among the butchers featured in the video which will premiere Feb. 23. Photo: Sky Full of Bacon

Your Grub Street editor, apart from spending our days covering hot food-scene spots like Publican Quality Meats and The Butcher & Larder, also makes videos for our Sky Full of Bacon blog about places like, er... Publican Quality Meats. And The Butcher & Larder. As a sort of kickoff to the Good Food Festival & Conference next month, FamilyFarmed.org will premiere the newest Sky Full of Bacon movie, "The Butcher's Karma," at a farm-to-table dinner at Uncommon Ground on February 23. In it, Rob Levitt (of B), Paul Kahan (of PQM) and Bartlett Durand, of Wisconsin's Black Earth Meats (which supplies PQM), take us behind the scenes of their operations to talk about why well-raised meat matters and how each one is trying to change their corner of the meat system. The dinner, which starts at 6:30 p.m., features a three-course dinner (of good meat, of course) plus wine from Candid Wines, for $50, and will be followed by the movie and a Q with Levitt and Durand. Tickets are here, but first, watch the trailer for the video below.