Marc Bourg is pacing around my kitchen like an expectant father. “Is the cast iron skillet ready? Is the oven preheated?”
In the days before supermarkets sealed mass-produced cuts of meat in a Cellophane-and-Styrofoam sarcophagus, people brought home their daily protein from a local butcher, each package wrapped in brown paper and twine. Allan Bosomworth and Karl Gregg wanted to rekindle that passion and care by opening Big Lou’s Butcher Shop in Vancouver.