'Meat Men': Behind the scenes of celebrity butcher
Inside the meat industry
- Duration 3:13
- Date Apr 16, 2012
Inside the meat industry
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My dad taught me everything you know nothing -- why come from a long list of best remember is that older -- -- business.
Go back to a break ground bothered Brown's father all my uncles which they -- amid a handy thing.
Got a little -- -- and mark is the front of the house mark makes all the deals for the company.
You place an -- would -- incidental OK so what do you need.
He doesn't mind he -- selling contracts with customers I would love to -- -- did -- 99 -- -- and getting richer and us.
I got to look didn't -- men and new reality show that takes the view is behind the scenes of a family run butcher business.
We're joined and it's going to be on the Food Network we're joined right now by you've seen them pat the -- -- junior and pat were -- a senior.
As well as more pass store -- you -- the junior cousin Richard you are you working the phones right mark once removed drive but I do the phones and I do like what we -- -- -- of the front of the house interaction.
Can we remove the want to -- it isn't easy basically family is family it's hard work -- family since world fund comes I keep trying to remove myself and -- keep pulling me back in -- senior did you ever see yourself when you're.
Picking up this skill and becoming a butcher this will be -- great TV show.
All of whom had never realized we get this -- -- that does show we'd would make such.
A big hit.
But it surprising that dumb.
We did come this far you know.
And that work what my net fuel my son would treat different guys doing three different types that's what we get along so -- because -- -- got a different about the jobs.
That we don't get it and that's what it we will do so well.
Impact can I jump ahead a little bit one of the reasons -- the -- might work is because you guys are different and it is that -- tension that people can relate to.
Working in a family business and and anyone it's ever done that.
Knows how difficult it is what we we get along a lot better now that we.
-- with 24 hours so I work all night my dad works all morning and -- works all day but when the three of -- -- together.
In it's very interest margin pressure to get sales for -- do you want me you don't.
If there is a lot of pressure it's like I'm trying Iowa's -- say to myself I wanna try and bring us nationwide.
And you know may have had a portion that in -- -- is happy to be where we are right now it's going to be -- behind this point.
That and that we do have really three different types of personalities and that's what makes it fun so I worked enemies to my senior in high school.
And I was so freaked out by it I haven't had -- like twenty years.
Because we going -- that stuff and they shot -- you -- the refrigerator with that apron on some people run from the U stayed with -- pat.
What's the magic of me.
But what we're proud of what we do is award making him the product you know -- -- what we point out.
That is you know that makes is it still more interest in what we're doing that we noted it was sending it out that -- that's going to be happy and what is this.
That's a huge porterhouse steak and this is a domestic land -- with Andy we get to keep that are not sold it's.
Gotten off the sales tell -- -- Mark -- -- great congratulations on the middle going to be watching on the Food Network at 11 o'clock it premieres tonight thank you -- -- thanks guys.