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Okra | Willow Spring, NC

May 7, 2019 |

Original Air Date: May 07, 2019

Flavor, NC | Porter FarmsPorter Farms and Nursery Farm Market
7615 Ten-Ten Road
Raleigh 27603

Porter Farms Roadside Stand & Ice Cream Parlor
3525 NC Highway 42
Willow Spring, NC

Porter Farms & Nursery is a family farm offering locally grown fruits and vegetables with two locations. The farm market in Raleigh and the produce stand in Willow Spring which also offers an old-timey homemade ice cream parlor. Our produce is picked fresh each morning and is grown on the 100+ acres planned, seeded, and tended by farmer Ashley Porter. Taste the fresh difference of NC produce grown by local farmers.

Flavor, NC | Whiskey KitchenWhiskey Kitchen
201 W. Martin Street
Raleigh, NC 27601

Whether you are coordinating a luncheon with associates, hosting a wedding reception or celebrating a birthday with friends, whiskey kitchen will tailor every detail of your event from start to finish. our award-winning culinary squad, led by our chefs, Clayton Anderson and Aaron Matyac, along with the rest of our team will work with you to develop a menu that highlights the best of seasonally available ingredients designed to satisfy every guest and compliment your choice of beverage packages that include options from our vast collection of whiskey, wine, beer, and uniquely crafted cocktails.


Recipes courtesy of Chef Clayton Anderson and Chef Aaron Matyac.


Category: Episodes, Flavor, NC, Season 8

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  1. Lance says:

    “KOSHER SALT”!!!! Who sold the entire TV chef world on kosher salt???? Do none of these genuises realize that kosher salt is simply large grain plain salt?????

    • Flavor, NC says:

      Sometimes a dish requires a large grain salt to add that little crunch and extra salt punch. Isn’t it great we now have so many different salts to choose from? We hope you enjoyed the Okra episode and will stop by Porter’s or try out Whiskey Kitchen. Chefs and Farmers working together across NC!!

      • Lance says:

        I don’t know what “salt punch” is. If you want more salt, just add more salt. Kosher salt dissolved in a soup or sauce becomes exactly the same as regular salt.

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