Why Girl Carnivore? Because that’s what this is; One girls dream of butchering, stuffing, and grinding her own hard earned bounty. Once upon a time, the open flame and wood smoker were deemed man’s territory, but I’m here to prove that a thing of the past. To show women how to roll up their sleeves and get a little grease under those fingernails. And most of all, that like anything, playing with your meat is only complicated until you get the stones to whip it out and get dirty.
We will be mastering the grill, proving that smoking isn’t just for the professionals, grinding meats, stuffing sausages, curing, butchering, and doing a whole lot of learning along the way. Sometimes it’s just going to be hearty meals and other times it’s going to be journeys into a land a little less comfortable for the faint of heart. I can warn you now, if you want cupcakes, you’re in the wrong place. This is a house of savory.
So welcome to girl carnivore. I hope you brought your appetite.
About the author:
Kita is a food writer and recipe developer who’s knocking down barriers on the food scene and delivering quality carnivorous recipes to aspiring cooks and savory enthusiasts who want to play with their meat as much as she does. Kita brings top-notch seasonal eats twice weekly showcasing drool-worthy photography and an approachable delivery that inspires curious at-home cooks to take on the challenges of preparing their own meal one recipe at a time.
Kita Roberts has been dishing up and writing about good eats since 2010, when she launched PasstheSuhsi.com. Since then, she has been featured all over the web on sites such as Huffington Post | Bon Appetit | FoodGawker | TasteSpotting |Tasteologie | Food Porn Daily | FoodBuzz | Serious Eats |Baking is Hot | Dishfolio | Ladies Home Journal | Girls Life Magazine, to name a few. Kita works with brands like Wisconsin Cheese, Omaha Steaks, McCormick, to provide quality content and recipes for their shared audience, and is a Char-Broil All-Star blogger. And is a repeat judge for the Delaware Burger Battle. With a strong social following, Girl Carnivore showcases fresh recipes twice weekly and engages in fun banter with readers on all things under the protein umbrella.
With a sassy attitude, lack of social filters, and a serious craving for beef, Kita knew her place wasn’t in the world of baked goods and launched GirlCarnivore to challenge the man’s world of meat. Girl Carnivore has been expanding in quality content, social reach, and exposure since its inception in 2013. And there is still so much more to come.
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