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Cook like the Pros: Strawberry Tarragon Relish
Chef Patrick Cowden of Person Street Pharmacy Cafe and Wendell's Farmhouse Cafe shows us how to make Strawberry Tarragon Relish using strawberries from Pope's Strawberry Farm. This was filmed inside a Homes By Dickerson model home.
wrl dot coms Cook like the pros, is presented by US Foods and the N C. Department of Agriculture. Hello there. Welcome, everyone to WR Ailes Digital Siri's cook like the pros. My name is Chad Blackwelder. Work with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture. Do food service marketing. We're really excited to be parting again with the U S. Foodservice and WRL to bring you guys this Siri's we're gonna be featuring North Carolina chefs cooking with North Carolina products. We heard that you enjoy the Siri's. Hi there, Chef Patrick counting here with the Farmhouse Cafe over a wind l and we're here to show you something to do with some nice fresh strawberries. Homes by 10% in the Concord model has been gracious enough to let this user space. And so let's just get right to it. Love this time of year. And this is all about strawberry season to me in the best way is to go out doing you pick. They get up in the air, you pick your own strawberries and there's nothing like having a fresh strawberry right off the vine. And here we are, using Popes, strawberries or right down the street from us. We got these just the other day, and what we're gonna do is use them to make a very versatile strawberry tarragon rush. So obviously we start office. A very perv strawberries gonna chop up some fresh tarragon and the amounts here you can just vary it with if you like, a little bit more tarragon flavour were just a little bit less, But you can also set to say fresh basil. Or maybe Sommaruga. Even cilantro works well, so we'll do the tarragon, the strawberry's. We've had a little bit of red onion. Gonna add just a splash of cider vinegar, some olive oil, a little salt, a little pepper and then just mix at around a little bit. Walla. That's it. Simple. Very, very simple. And this is what we can do with it in the morning on avocado toast at launch over mixed greens with feta cheese, toasted pecans and blueberries at night. Little appetizer with a on a goat cheese for Shatha orange, your entree salmon or perhaps a steak with a little bit of drizzle of balsamic glaze. Well again, you see how versatile this is. You can even change up the fruit if you want instead of strawberries. Maybe it's a nice fresh peaches when they roll, or perhaps plums or blueberries by themselves. Anyway, this is Chef Patrick out with Farmers Cafe here in the Concord model by homes by deaf person. Here, Window falls. Thanks for joining us. We'll see you soon.