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Farm & Table - Items filtered by date: January 2016
Monday, 01 February 2016 13:14

Local Flavor - Still Hungry

Since the sorrel is the star ingredient in Chef Carrie Eagle’s soup she wanted Farmer Ric Murphy of Sol Harvest Farm (which is on-site at Farm and Table) to join the conversation and let me know why they both have a crush on it. Just what is sorrel? Ric: “It’s a perennial herb; it has a heavy citrus flavor and looks like a tall piece of spinach.” Ric is able to grow it year-round at Sol Harvest, as it “can survive a mild winter.” Carrie says she “shied away from it initially,” but now embraces it. “It can brighten up any soup that has cream or fat in it. It lifts it and gives it a beautiful citrus, lemon flavor.” While a chef ’s herb garden is not uncommon among local restaurants, few of them have an entire farm in the backyard. “The farm informs most of the menu,” Carrie says. “It’s one of the most challenging and rewarding jobs.

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