At Cuts & Craft we combine traditional, whole-animal butchery and modern restaurant technique to produce high-quality, fresh cuts of meat and handcrafted charcuterie.
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We are pleased to announce the launch of a collaborative effort between Cuts & Craft and Local Roots Farm Store to bring locally and responsibly raised meats to the Orlando area. Our monthly Butcher’s Box program will begin in April and will feature pork from a Berkshire hog from High on the Hog Farm in Clermont. The monthly Butcher’s Box is based on a traditional CSA concept. CSA stands for “community supported agriculture” and refers to a business model in which farmers pre-sell “shares” of their anticipated crop directly to consumers at the beginning of the season, before the crop is actually harvested. We are using this model in this situation to ensure that no part of our hog goes to waste. Our goal is to get as close to 100% utilization as possible. April’s share will include two generous, ready-to-cook portions of orange and fennel-stuffed pork loin roast, as well as smoked bacon, fresh sausage links, smoked ham, head cheese, and a quart of roasted pork stock. Shares are $100 each and must be pre-purchased online at http://www.localrootsdistribution.com, or in person at the Local Roots Farm Store at the East End Market. Shares will be available for purchase beginning on March 1st at the store, and on March 3rd on the website, and must be picked up at Local Roots Farm Store at the East End Market on Tuesday, April 15th. Who is Local Roots? Local Roots is a farm-to-restaurant distribution company and storefront in the East End Market that carries Florida-grown heirloom vegetables, heritage meats, and artisanal products. Proprietor Emily Rankin is an Audubon Park native who is very passionate about improving and strengthening our Central Florida food system.