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Farm-to-table-to-closet ... wearing your dinner

rworange Mar 8, 2011 03:32 PM

"Forget about plunking down thousands of dollars and putting your name on a yearlong waiting list -- to score New York's latest "it" bag, you're encouraged to eat the cow it comes from first ...
the leather goods are crafted from the tanned hides of the same locally sourced, grass-fed cows and pigs served at Marlow & Sons, an eatery and dry-goods store"

"In addition to bags, there are belts, footballs and wallets -- and next fall, rabbit-fur hats and lambswool sweaters, Huling says."
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/br...

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  1. TheHuntress RE: rworange Mar 9, 2011 02:59 AM

    For some reason I cannot load the link, but for me this is my perfect idea of utilising an animal. As much as I like to eat meat and wear leather I also love animals and I don't believe in cruel/inhumane treatment of animals or unneccessary wastage of animals. I would happily support a venture of this kind and wish there were more like them.

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      Whinerdiner RE: TheHuntress Mar 9, 2011 12:10 PM

      Completely agree.

      Did you ever notice all the waste on the cooking shows?

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        TheHuntress RE: Whinerdiner Mar 9, 2011 10:56 PM

        I don't watch an awful lot of TV, so I can't say I've really noticed. However I do note that many households do have a large amount of waste. In fact one of my New Year resolutions this year is to waste less food - so far so good :)

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