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© Spring Sheldon 2014

 
Philosophy
Sitting around the dinner table was always an important part of life growing up. It brought us together at the end of the day, and allowed us to grow as a family. It taught me the importance of sharing a meal and the possibility of community-building through breaking bread. There's strength in eating a meal together, a bond shared, a relationship built.
 
Growing up amidst some of the best farmland in the country, I was raised on beautiful local produce and meats, garnering a deep appreciation for utilizing the resources around me, be it foraged mushrooms, watercress picked from the stream, or venison hunted by a neighbor. Building relationships with local farmers has become very important to me, and I use what they have to offer whenever possible.
 
I cook from the heart, drawing influence from all over the world, allowing the ingredients to speak for themselves. I strive to be simple and inventive, yet traditional and honest.