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Meaty matters for Mauians
August 4, 2011 - Carla Tracy
My co-worker Tobi Uehara is a big fan of No Ka Oi Portuguese sausages.
“I’m sad to report that today is the last day you will be able to buy No Ka Oi Portuguese sausage, a local treat. The company is closing and Ah Fook's Supermarket in Kahului has the last shipment. The manager said they will run out today. They are limiting it to two packages per family.”
When Tobi left the store this morning, “they still had some left,“ she says. “Last week, there was a run on the sausages when the news first came out, and there was a line out the door all the way down the sidewalk to Ichiban.”
On another note, I have received an email that American poet Robert Frost’s great-grandson, Prescott Frost, is launching new line of organic grass-fed, grass-finished beef.
”Once a stockbroker, Prescott abandoned the finance world to take over the reins at his famous family’s farm,” states the press release. “An NYU graduate, Prescott was used to the fast-paced world of city living. Now, residing in the idyllic Sandhills of Nebraska, Prescott runs a 20,000 square-mile farm, where his Murray Grey cattle eat nothing but clover, alfalfa, fescue, wild onions and legumes. His meet is dry-aged, tender and rich.”
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