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On A Northern Farm

After cooking some lamb at the Co-op in Ashland, OR we were on our way to Portland. And it just so happened that along the journey North was the farm where the lamb had been sourced. We stopped, filmed, and were smitten with the couple who ran the farm as well as their dogs. Some episodes are a culmination of days of footage, this episode was just hours. But it was special.

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