The Homegrown Revival

In this podcast episode Hyperliterature Presents The Homegrown Revival, click here to subscribe in iTunes, I had the pleasure of talking with Sonya Cote, executive chef at Hillside Farmacy and the executive chef and owner of the upcoming Eden East restaurant. She’s such a lovely, amazing woman. And talented. She’s crazy talented. We talk about food, urban farming, and The Homegrown Revival. During the second part of the podcast, I sat down with David and Charles Barrow, two members of The Homegrown Revival Team and all-around great guys. They’re incredibly knowledgable about the Austin food scene and urban farming, and it was an honor to record this podcast. Be sure to check out Hillside Farmacy, The Homegrown Revival, and be on the look-out for Eden East which will open at Springdale Farms sometime near the end of April.

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