#PunkRockFarmerFriday with Dean Anesi sharing secrets of a French kitchen garden and 'Good Husbandry' author/farmer Kristin Kimball on Al's #UrbanFarmReport. #QuarantineCocktails with City Weekly, Whiskey Street and SLC Mayor. Flourish Bakery meal kits, Tree Utah plantings, Rock Camp SLC fest, and some fresh, homegrown music from Blue Rain Boots.
Mixologist Jason LeCates ofBourbon Group mixed up a Boulevardier. Look for it on the menu at BG’s Whiskey Street, 323 S. Main St., SLC. Next door, BG also owns White Horse Spirits & Kitchen, while around the corner is its namesake establishment, Bourbon House SLC, 19 E. 200 S., SLC. All three are slowly reopening and offering CDC-compliant dining/drinks, so visit their websites for details. Be sure to say hello for us!
Tree Utah is ready to have you join them again on these events. Click here for details.
Catch up with Holly and her science lessons online in collaboration with The Wonderment.
Aldine’s #UrbanFarmReport, featuring true tales from the agrihood:
NY state farmer Kristin Kimball, whose book Good Husbandry came out in paperback this month, checked in tonight. Al and Lara met her at the Utah Farm and Food Conference earlier this year. Expect more visits in the future as she shares stories of “Growing Food, Love, and Family on Essex Farm” with us.
The Urban Garden Company’s Dean Anesi on the secrets of a French kitchen garden, aka “potager.” To see a tour of his garden, click here.
BUY LOCAL: Visit slcfarmersmarket.org for a list of local producer online ordering with delivery and pick-up options. While it will look different, the market will open Saturday, June 13, at Pioneer Park. Click here for details!
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