Pass through Como, Mississippi, and it may not look like much, but stay awhile and this little hill-country town will surprise you with its abundance.
Exponents of ‘nose-to-tail’ eating are driving up demand for odd animal parts, long dismissed by many diners as gross
Marshall Bartlett, co-founder and President of Home Place Pastures, finds new ways to honor the generations-old tradition of hog farming in the rural south.
COMO – When Marshall Bartlett was a young boy, he felt the place he called home was paradise.
Mississippi’s Home Place Pastures is creating a stir in the South’s foodie community with its pasture-raised pork.
At Home Place Pastures, in Como Ms Marshall Bartlett is reinventing his family farm.