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1. How many pounds per week does your household typically consume of beef, chicken, pork, and lamb ? (Please list separately)

  • Viola: 1lb chicken, 1-2lb beef or lamb, 2-3lbs pork (including salumi and sausages), 1-2lbs veal (Pork is our favorite meat, we love long fibers and braising cuts of beef, we also do a lot of stews and meat sauces. Chicken is fine, we would probably also go for things like geese and guinea fowls)
  • Bonnie P: 2 lbs beef, 1 lb chicken, 1 lb pork or lamb (like to alternate)
  • SPM: 1 lb. beef, 2 lb chicken, 1 lb pork or lamb (like to alternate)
  • Jeff & Alice: 1 lb beef, 1 lb chicken, 1 lb pork or lamb (like to alternate)
  • Joanna: 3 lbs beef or lamb once per month (we usually eat larger amounts of beef/lamb less often in braises/roasts); 2 lbs chicken; 3 lbs pork once per month (again, in braises/roasts) plus <1/2 lb pork/week in cured pork products such as bacon, pancetta, etc.
  • Meloukhia: still waiting to hear from the rest of the household (same goes below too) but I'm going to say 2 lbs beef, 2 lbs chicken, 1 lb lamb. I don't eat much pork but the rest of the house probably does, and I am interested in cured pork products/sausages if available.
  • Tracy: 1 lb. beef, 2 lbs. chicken, maybe 1 lb. pork every other week. No lamb.
  • Sylvia: 2 lbs beef, 1 lb chicken, 1 lb pork, would like to try incorporate lamb, sausages, etc.
  • Wendy: 3-4 lbs. pork, 4-6 lbs. chicken, 1lb. beef, 1lb. lamb
  • Cherie: 1 pound beef, 2 pounds chicken, 1 pound pork, 1/2 pound lamb. Just me – my roomie’s vegetarian, but I am one hungry girl with lots of houseguests.
  • Sarah: 1 lb beef, 1 lb lamb, 1 lb turkey (I know you didn't ask about turkey, but I love ground turkey!). No pork or chicken.
  • Jennifer: 1-3 lbs beef, 1 chicken (4 lbs or so); or a big pork or lamb roast (like 5#). alternating would be good; I'd be fine with a number of arrangements, actually, if availability of various meats changes week to week.
  • Rebecca: One of the following (we don't eat a huge amount of meat but want it to be good): 3 lbs chicken, 2 lbs beef, 1 lb pork or lamb. We'd be interested in cured pork and sausage products too.
  • Shannon: 1-2 lbs beef, 2-3 lbs chicken, not much pork or lamb, but I'm willing to try them! Like a few others, I prefer larger cuts of meat with more variation. And sausage is good!
  • Martha: 1 lb beef, 2 lbs chicken, 1 lb pork or lamb, love sausages too
  • Madan: 1-2 lb Beef, 1 Lbs Chicken, 1 Lb pork --- not a fan of lamb. We are Vegetartian at home and eat meat out, we want to change that around!
  • Suzy & Eric: 2 lb. Beef, 3 lbs. Chicken, 1.5 Lb pork or lamb. We are interested in bacon and/or sausage too.
  • Gina: 1-2 lbs beef, 1-2 lbs pork, 2-3 lbs chicken, no lamb. sausage and turkey would both be great, and we could go for bigger amounts every other week.
  • Marcia: 2 lbs beef, 1 pound pork or lamb, 1 lb chicken. We like sausages and ham too!
  • Steve: 1 lb beef, 1 lb pork or lamb, l 1b chicken.
  • Jonathan: 1-2 lbs beef, 2 lbs lamb, 1 - 1.5 lb pork, 2 fryers
  • Connie & Alex: 1 lb. beef, 2 lbs. chicken per week; maybe 2 lbs pork and 1 lb lamb per month.
  • Maxine & Brendan: 1 lb. beef or pork or lamb, 1 lb. chicken
  • Amanda & Alex: 2 lbs beef; 1-2 lbs lamb; occasional pork, so maybe 1/2 lb. a week; no chicken.
  • Christina: 2 lbs. chicken/turkey, 1 lb. lamb, 1 lb. pork, 1 lb. sausages; Would be interested in 1 lb. of beef and English style bacon every other week.
  • Steve and Marlena: 1lb beef, 1lb chicken, 1lb lamb

 

!!!! 2. General pounds of meat consumed per week:

 

  • Viola: 5-6lbs (2adults and 1 seriously meat eating toddler)
  • Bonnie P: 3-4 pounds
  • SPM: 4-6 lbs (for household of 2.5)
  • Jeff&Alice:P 2-3 lbs per week
  • Joanna: 3-4 lbs
  • Meloukhia: 5-6 pounds
  • Tracy: 3-4 pounds
  • Sylvia: 3-4 pounds
  • Wendy: 5-6 lbs.
  • Cherie: 2-4 lbs. 2 pounds for me, much more for frequent guests.
  • Sarah: 2 lbs (its just me! Like to have a little more on hand every other month for dinner parties I host)
  • Jennifer: I'll say 4-5 pounds. Steaks and other spendy cuts are good, but we also really like braising cuts, especially in the cold months.
  • Rebecca: 2-3 lbs
  • Shannon: 3-4 lbs
  • Martha: 3-4 lbs
  • Madan: 3-4 lbs
  • Suzy & Eric: 6-7 lbs (we have a lot of guests)
  • Gina: 4+ lbs
  • Marcia: 3 to 4 lbs
  • Steve: 4 lbs
  • Jonathan: 4 lbs, maybe 5
  • Connie & Alex: 3 lbs, maybe 4
  • Maxine & Brendan: 2-3 lbs
  • Amanda & Alex: 4 lbs
  • Christina: 3-4 lbs
  • Steve and Marlena: 3 lb

 

3. How many dozens of eggs?

 

  • Viola: maybe 6-8 plus the occasional baking binge
  • Bonnie P: 1/2 doz
  • SPM: 1-1/2 doz
  • Jeff&Alice: 1 doz
  • Joanna: 1/2 doz - 1 doz
  • Meloukhia: 1-2 dozen (we do a lot of baking!)
  • Tracy: 1/2 doz
  • Sylvia: 1/2 doz
  • Wendy: 1 dozen
  • Cherie: 1 dozen at most.
  • Sarah: 1/2 - 1 doz
  • Jennifer: We eat a lot of eggs. Depending on cost, we could do 1 or 2 dozen.
  • Rebecca: 1 doz
  • Shannon: 1 doz
  • Martha: 1/2 doz
  • Madan: 1/2-1 doz.
  • Suzy & Eric: 2 to 2.5 dozen. We eat a lot of eggs.
  • Gina: 1/2 dozen, tho will use more at the holidays for baking
  • Marcia: 1/2 dozen
  • Steve: 1 dozen
  • Jonathan:Not many now, but would take 1/2 dozen fresh
  • Connie & Alex: We don't really eat eggs but I'd take some for occasional use.
  • Maxine & Brendan: only occasional
  • Amanda & Alex: 1/2 dozen
  • Christina: only occasional.
  • Steve and Marlena: 1 doz

 

4. Feelings about offal (tripe, brains, liver, sweetbread, tongue)

 

  • Viola: Absolutely adore them with liver being at the bottom of my list (unless it is calf's liver) and brains/sweetbreads at the top. I will also take lungs, heart, oxtail, bones with marrow, jowls...more than happy to give up my filet for any of it any day!
  • Bonnie: Willing in spirit, but a little nervous.
  • SPM: Pass.
  • Jeff&Alice: Offal is awful. Pass.
  • Joanna: Very interested in offal (and off cuts for braising, fatback, trotters, ox tail, etc.); in fact we are *less* interested in quick cuts such as chops/steaks
  • Meloukhia: I'm down. Especially with liver!
  • Tracy: My dog loves grassfed offal, but we buy that in a separate co-op.
  • Sylvia: good with liver, can always try others, but not on a regular basis
  • Wendy: Family will not eat (but I like trotters and sweetbreads!)
  • Cherie: Yum Yum! I’d also prefer bones and odd bits to the plain-ol steaks, but my oft-visiting boyfriend will be heartbroken if the occasional steak doesn’t make it every once in a while. Love tongue, tail, any bones and offals except liver.
  • Sarah: Pass.
  • Jennifer: Yes liver and sweetbreads and especially oxtail; maybe an occasional tongue.
  • Rebecca: not so much.
  • Shannon: not very interested, though if it comes with recipes, I'll experiment
  • Martha: no thanks
  • Madan: Possibly brain and trotters.
  • Suzy & Eric: Yes for tongue, sweetbreads, brains. No thanks to tripe and kidneys. Never tried oxtail but like to try!
  • Gina: no thanks
  • Marcia: liver, and bones. I am also willing to learn to cook others, such as oxtail (love eating it!).
  • Steve: I'm always interested in trying something new and enjoyed various kinds of offal in the past at restaurants. However, my wife is not as interested.
  • Jonathan: veal sweetbreads are tops; tripe is good (honeycomb preferred); I badly need lamb and beef bones for stock (lots of 'em); liver, not so much; brains, not at all; oxtail, sure. Basically, Joanna (above) speaks for me...
  • Connie & Alex: barf (sorry)
  • Maxine & Brendan: liver okay, tongue maybe
  • Amanda & Alex: Sorry, no.
  • Christina: Sorry, not very interested.
  • Steve and Marlena: Love 'em but need recipies..never done it on our own. Especially love roasting marrow bones, oxtail soup, using smoked hamhock for soup.

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