[EATYALL Podcast #43] – Keep Your Menu Fresh with Chef Austin Sumrall and Oyster Farmer Anita Arguelles
Live from Biloxi, Mississippi, this episode of the EATYALL Podcast brings Chef Austin Sumrall to the table with Anita Arguelles. Austin Sumrall is Executive Chef at White Pillars Restaurant & Lounge in Biloxi, Miss. where he has been a James Beard Award Nominee. Anita Arguelles is one of the owner / operators at French Hermit Oyster Co., a local premium oyster farm operation.
Arguelles gives us a peek behind the scenes of their oyster farm. You’ll hear the special methods they use to grow their their premium “French Hermit” oysters in the Mississippi Sound off of Deer Island on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Chef Austin explains the value of using an ingredient that is grown approximately two miles from his acclaimed beachfront restaurant.
Also, in Episode #43 of the EATYALL Podcast, you’ll hear about…
- Oysters and champagne on a boat
- Why relationships matter, and how the one between the farmer and the chef can set up your business for success.
- The Lightning Round with answers from both Chef and Farmer
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