Hot & Fresh: Local chefs talk tastes of the summer

Just as the lush Central PA scenery changes every season, so do the menus of many local restaurants. As temperatures continue to rise, things also start heating up in kitchen as chefs come up with unique ways to utilize the season’s freshest local ingredients. We spoke with a few local chefs and restaurateurs – Tutoni’s chef Scott Robinson, Hunger-N-Thirst owner Andrew Neff, The Garlic Poet and Grain + Verse executive chef Kurt Wewer and The Millworks owner Joshua Kesler – to see what’s cooking in their kitchens and what diners can expect on their spoons this summer.

Click through to see these culinary masterminds’ takes on everything from fresh fruits and veggies and pickled favorites to some more unusual ingredients.
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Posted in Eat – Harrisburg, Eat – Lancaster, Eat – York, Kitchen Talk

Mike Andrelczyk is a features editor for Fly Magazine. He is a graduate of Penn State University and currently lives with his wife Stacey in Strasburg. Interests include tennis, playing bad guitar, poetry (poems have appeared in Modern Haiku, The Inquisitive Eater and other journals) and oneirology – the study of dreams – mostly in the form of afternoon naps. His name appears in the title screen of Major League 2.

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