We’re having steak and eggs for breakfast to warm up for a glorious day of eating even more meat, celebrating Colorado’s agriculture and livestock community, and thumbing our noses at Gov. Polis.
It’s Meat In Day in Colorado!
🥩 WHERE TO CELEBRATE MEAT-IN DAY 🥩
Wondering where to celebrate #MeatIn Day tomorrow? Look no further. In this thread, we’ll post all the local events for you and your family to grab a delicious bite to eat.
— Colorado Senate Republicans (@ColoSenGOP) March 19, 2021
Also, check out Meat & Eat Denver near Civic Center Park from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. where 10 food trucks will be cooking up free, yes, free burgers, tacos, gyros and more to benefit the homeless, according to organizer Andrew Timmerman.
“We’re ecstatic to give back to Denver, in a huge way! Everybody is welcome here for the good eat, drink and conversation. Denver’s homeless population, the unemployed, first responders, meat lovers – really anybody hungry for real bonafide beef, pork, chicken, fresh vegetables, and tasty cheese,” said Timmerman, who manages Timmerman Feeding Co. out of Sterling.
Time to start #MeatIn with breakfast – and continue with every meal and snack throughout the day! I thought 2020 was bad with government infringement on what we can/can’t do. A governor wanting to restrict meat consumption is utterly asinine. Time for a new governor in #Colorado
— kermode (@kermode) March 20, 2021
Attendees can also expect to hear an earful concerning Polis’s “MeatOut” bologna.
#Meatin to stand with my #Colorado #Beef producers today! The #truth is cattle ranchers are stewards of the land and keep our environment thriving. Meat protein is healthy for us as human beings. #BetterWithBeef @USRSBeef @BeefUSA pic.twitter.com/KflWaDUyiO
— Jill Harvie (@Brightpasture) March 20, 2021