Each Pork Share is 1/8 of a whole hog: you’ll get fresh pork belly, a bone-in shoulder roast, some pork chops, fresh steaks, ground pork, breakfast sausage, spicy sausage as well as pork stock, rendered pork lard and a brine kit. Our berkshire hogs are always on pasture and are always hormone and antibiotic free.
Each Share will range from 18 Lbs – 20 Lbs, and while we do not sell the Share’s by weight we do work dutifully to ensure that each Share represents great value.
One Share of Pork will take up approximately 1.5 cubic feet of in your freezer. The tallest item is 10 inches tall and the widest item is typically 16 inches wide.
Each Share of Pork has the same value and weight and we do not allow for customization. Read more here.
Below is a list of the contents in each Share of Pork.. Want to know what ingredients are used in these products? Check out our product FAQ.
- 2 x packages of 4 Pork Bomba Sausages.
- 2 x packages of 4 Pork Breakfast Sausages.
- 2 x 500 mL containers of Pork Stock
- 1 x 500 mL container of Pork Fat
- 1 x 400 g packages of Ground Pork
- 1 x Bone In Pork Shoulder, Rind On
- 2 x Pork Loin Chops, bone in
- 2 x Pork Loin Steaks, boneless
- 1 x Pork Belly, raw, rind on
- 1 x 1 L package of Brine Mix. What’s In This?
- 1 x 250 mL package of prepared Presskopf, ready to eat.
- * The weight described above represents the final weight of the Share, including all its contents and packaging
What's With Herbs?
The food from my childhood has had a significant influence on the food we serve at Richmond Station. We still stick to the classics but have also found new favourites: dill flowers on trout, mexican marigold in a butter sauce on zucchini, bronze fennel on fresh cheese.
Why Does West Side Beef Have a Family Pack?
The WSB Family Pack is meant for families that want good, healthy, fresh proteins for their home pantry. With this option, we’ve included larger roasts, whole birds, and for the first time ever we’re mixing proteins together in one option.
Why Do Chefs Spend So Much Time Talking to Farmers?
Food made with better ingredients will taste better. Chefs that spend their food dollars buying directly from people that grow food will buy better ingredients. And in the process, the best chefs are learning a thing or two about cooking from farmers as well.
So You've Ordered a Pork Share: Now What?
You’ve just received your first pork share from West Side Beef and the experience is a bit like opening a treasure chest.
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