5 Questions with Chef Harold Marmulstein of Austin’s Salty Sow

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For the 17th year running, Meals on Wheels Delaware has produced a nationally acclaimed chef lineup for its annual “Meals from the Masters” fundraising series. Unfolding this weekend, April 25–27, food-loving locals can spend three full days rubbing elbows with international chefs—all of whom are flying in to Wilmington to entice East Coast palates with fine food and drink, and more importantly, collectively band together to support the meal-providing non-profit.

On April 27, the fundraising series will conclude with a delicious finale, the Celebrity Chef Brunch, which will throw an attractive mix of nationally-sourced chefs under one roof for a righteous tasting affair that’s packed with endless dishes, cocktails and meet-and-greets.

On the attending 30+ chef roster is Austin, Texas’ Harold Marmulstein, a nose-to-tail crusader specializing in locally-sourced, farm-fresh products at the Salty Sow. In anticipation for this pork-centric master to hit Delaware on Sunday, we tapped the chef to find out what it’s like to rock the Austin food scene, what we must eat when we visit him in the Lone Star State and what he’ll be cooking come Sunday.

Full Q&A on Main Line Today’s Main Course

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