Recent Deliveries with T&T ID: T-26334

2015-06-24

Black Baldy Beef from Sunset Farms being served at Local 121 in Providence, RI.

  Product

Black Baldy Beef

"Black Baldy is a type of crossbred beef cattle produced by crossing Hereford cattle with a solid black breed, usually Aberdeen Angus...The term is particularly used in Australia and New Zealand. In North America, the term "Black Whiteface" is also used in some regions. It is characterized by a white face similar to the Hereford, but the red body color of the Hereford is replaced by black from the Angus. This is because both the alleles for white faces and black coat color are both genetically dominant in cattle. Black Baldy cows are noted for their good mothering abilities.
  Producer
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Jeff and Suzanne Farrell, along with their son Ethan, have transformed a farm originally built in 1864 into a full scale produce and angus beef farm. Sunset Farm strives off of our cow-calf operation where all of our beef is born, raised, and processed in the state of RI. Sunset Farm also grows a large variety of tomato plants on the property including heirloom, hybrid and beefsteak varieties. In addition to providing this food to local restaurants, the Farrells run a market at Sunset Farm on a...
  Restaurant
T&T Member Restaurant
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Local 121 is part of a landmark preservation project led by AS220. The arts organization bought the 24,000 square foot former Dreyfus Hotel in 2005 and renovated it into an affordable live-and-work space for artists, with an art gallery on the ground floor and a restaurant- Local 121. The Dreyfus hotel, built in the 1890’s on Washington and Mathewson streets, served as dormitory from 1975-2000, and had been vacant ever since. Enter the Millers. Joshua and Nancy Miller envisioned a restauran...