The word butcher is a noun. Butcher means (1) someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence, (2) a person who slaughters or dresses meat for market, (3) a brutal indiscriminate murderer, (4) a retailer of meat.
Butcher is also a verb that means (1) kill (animals) usually for food consumption.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word butcher.
Browse this butcher directory to find meat butchers throughout the United States of America. The photograph on this page shows two butchers preparing meat in a butcher shop.
Butcher block counter tops can be made in a variety of woods and add warmth to any kitchen. They are often custom-made and are most often made from hard rock maple and red oak.
This meat processing firm page comprises information about meat processing careers in the United States of America plus a picture of a butcher standing in front of his shop, holding a beef roast.
Check out this meat supplier directory for information about meat product and service providers in the United States of America. The illustration on this page depicts assorted meats in a butcher shop.
Kitchen designers and architects often select one countertop material for most kitchen surfaces and a different material, such as butcher block, for the kitchen island.
The following articles provide recent butcher-related news.
After five decades in the business, retiring butcher Paul "Spud" Bennett looks back on his famous sausages, meat trends and the monopolisation of the trade with the rise of the supermarkets.
Kathleen Ferguson. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Sunday, 01 Jul 2018 07:04:51 +1000.