Where's the beef?

Retail Butcher Shop at Madison College

A notebook. Batteries. And a pound of bacon, please.

Madison College students can now add freshly cut meats to their campus shopping lists. Every Monday from noon to 1 p.m. the culinary arts retail counter at the Truax campus turns into a butcher shop, offering favorites such as bacon, brats, bologna and something called Kasenkrainer - a spiced brat filled with Swiss cheese.

The class is part of the college's Artisanal Modern Meat Butchery program, which offers students the unique opportunity to learn about the entire lifecycle of an animal from an agricultural, meat production and culinary arts perspective.

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