Umami-Packed Noodle Bowls with Polk’s Folly Farm Butcher Shop & Farm Stand

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Umami-Packed Noodle Bowls with Polk’s Folly Farm Butcher Shop & Farm Stand

May 16 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm MDT



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Umami-packed noodle bowls!
$ 27.00

In Collaboration with Polk’s Folly Farm Butcher Shop & Farm Stand! 

Polk’s Folly Farmstand is small, family run local food shop offering humanely raised meats, fresh eggs, pesticide-free vegetables, and a variety of other goods made with love and locally sourced ingredients in Cedar Crest, NM.

How can raising animals fit into regenerative farming? They are our GO-TO spot for local meat (they have the best sausages!). They are local leaders in how they are sustainability raising pigs and practicing regenerative farming. They divert TONS of food from going to landfills by feeding it to their pigs. We’ll hear from Ethan, from Polk’s Folly, about how farming that heals the land, treats all living beings with respect and care, and supports healthy vibrant communities from the soil up.


What will we be cooking?

  • Fallon will show us, using Polk’s Folly ground pork, how to crisp it up with lots of ginger, garlic, soy & fish sauce. This creates quick, yet deeply flavorful crispy pork!
  • We’ll then quick pickle some onions & radishes to give it some acidic tang.
  • We’ll serve the pork & pickles veggies over rice noodles and then top it all off with lots of herbs and fresh greens. This way of eating is inspired by Vietnamese dishes – where there is very flavorful meat served with rice noodles, herbs, and & fresh greens. It is SO tasty and refreshing – and fun to eat!


Purchase your meat + veggies from Polk’s Folly!

Their farm stand in Cedar Crest is open Thursday – Sunday from 10-6. If you haven’t been yet, it is worth the trip to east mountains! Their shop carries other cuts of local meat, veggies, baked good, flours, honeys & so much more. So you can stock up on lots of local goods!


How does the VIRTUAL class work?

Once you sign up for a class, you will get the recipe emailed you (please email if you need help with ingredient substitutions or do not receive the email). Then gather your ingredients, meet us on zoom, and we’ll cook the recipe together (like a cook-along)!

Other details: 

  • Classes will be recorded, if you cannot make the time or want the video for reference.
  • You only need to purchase one class per household.
  • If you cancel before 24 hours, we can provide a voucher for another Sprouting Kitchen cooking class.



May 16
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm MDT