It’s a big day for the Bigger and Better Lardo…Kickstarter accepted our project! Let’s raise some bucks to build out the patio eating area. We wanna string lights, install these planter benches, plant flowers, and bring in solid tables for serious sandwich eating. Help us out. And praise the lard!
Food Network Canada is hooked on Lardo! Follow the show on Twitter on Wednesday at 10pm ET/PT! Just tag #EatStTV. Meanwhile, check out the teaser video and say hello to our friend Russell at Media Drink as he indulges in Lardo’s Banh Mi.
I’ve long believed that good food, good eating, is all about risk. Whether we’re talking about unpasteurized Stilton, raw oysters or working for organized crime ‘associates,’ food, for me, has always been an adventure…
Meet Mike Simington, farmer and owner of Simington Gardens. Lardo loves Simington’s produce. How lucky we are to be able to drive out to the farm in Aurora, OR to see how his garden grows. Next time you’re at the cart, ask us about the origins of your sandwich. We like to brag about our friends and farmers.
That handsome mahogany siding sure is going up fast. Have to be ready for the opening of Lardo’s brick and mortar restaurant later this summer! But with men like Chris Martin (bottom right) on the team, we’ll beat the CLOCKS and FIX (YOU) up the place in no time. See the new location for yourself at SE 12th and Hawthorne. It’s a neighborhood kind of spot.
Check out Lynne Curry and her new cookbook, Pure Beef. She just couldn’t get enough of Lardo’s ketchup so she included our recipe in her book! The La Grande Observer dubbed it “neither overly sweet nor watery, but a perfect combination of spice and tang that is thick enough to spread.” Couldn’t have described it better ourselves. Pick up a copy (or just head on over to Lardo) and you too can indulge in our tasty ketchup.
ASK NOT WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR COUNTRY. ASK WHAT’S FOR LUNCH.