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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

New! FarmSource Vegetable Soup and Corn on the Cob at Eat’n Park!

After a hot and humid July, August has arrived. For many, summer is winding down, but at the same time, local produce is just ripening up. What does that mean for Eat’n Park guests like you? Well, it means that when you join us for a meal, you get to savor those locally-grown fruits and veggies on our Soup & Salad Bar and in our menu items. We’re featuring a lot of local produce right now, but what we’re most excited about are two brand new items that just became available this week.

FarmSource Vegetable SoupOur new FarmSource Vegetable Soup is a fantastic addition to our soup lineup, and it’s bursting with flavor from fresh, local veggies. Carrots, cauliflower, zucchini, squash, and more are all simmered to perfection and mixed with bow tie pasta. Not only is it delicious, but a cup of this hearty vegetarian soup has only 59 calories! This soup will be available every day for a limited time only, so stop in and try it today.

Corn on the Cob
We’re also excited to offer locally-grown corn on the cob. Throughout the next few weeks, we’ll have several different varieties available as they’re harvested. Enjoy a full ear as a side with your next meal at no additional charge.

To learn more about our FarmSource program and to see some of the farmers that we work with, checkout our FarmSource page. And to keep up with what local produce we’re using at Eat’n Park from week to week, just stop back here on our blog and check out the Weekly FarmSource Listing section.


Anonymous said...

I love the vegetable soup but I'm curious to know why it's only going to be on the menu for a limited time. As a vegetarian, I have few options when I go out to eat. At Eat'n Park I usually only have a choice of chicken noodle soup and chili. I would love to enjoy the veggie soup all year round!

Anonymous said...

we would really like the receipe for your farmsource vegetable soup since it is not always available and it is excellent.

thank you!

Anonymous said...

Please post recipe for the tomato/veggie soup so we can have it year round at home....Thanks!