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Meet Your Farmers

Michelle Mierwald established Sweet Heat Gourmet to help fulfill her passion for fresh, local foods.
Michelle Mierwald established Sweet Heat Gourmet to help fulfill her passion for fresh, local foods.
Sauces, salsas, and other products use ingredients purchased from farmers in Mierwald's area.
Sauces, salsas, and other products use ingredients purchased from farmers in Mierwald’s area.

From the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue magazine: Culinary arts graduate Michelle Mierwald’s sauce and salsa company uses the slogan “Meet Your Farmers.” And she takes it to heart, visiting the farmers from whom she buys her ingredients. Her recipe for garden salsa – chock full of her personal tips – will help you preserve your garden’s bounty.

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