Stanley, Leon and Evan Lobel

How to Be Your Own Butcher


An approachable but detailed guide on the art of butchery for the home cook from the famed New York Lobel Brothers. With an overview of the tools necessary, breakdowns of favored cuts per animal, and techniques for smart buying and storing of meats, you can learn a useful skill that is not only satisfying but helps save money as well as excess packaging from entering the waste stream.

Starts off with simpler cuts and meats and progresses into more advanced game meats and offal, all with clear step-by-step illustrations.

Soft cover with black and white illustrations throughout.

Edition: 1983.

Condition: Excellent, with just a bit of wear to the exterior edges.

Measures ~8.5"x11". 128 pages.