Hot soup while you test your soil in Northern Liberties

On Philly.com today there’s a story about a cool, temporary combination art/science/food project going on Northern Liberties – the Soil Kitchen. For once this isn’t a story about yet another gastropub coming up with a new way of doing grilled cheese. The Soil Kitchen is an art installation – put together by the group Futurefarmers – that gives people a place to bring soil samples from their garden to be tested by representatives of the EPA. While you wait, you can feast on some hot soup made with fresh, local ingredients (presumably from soil that has already been tested as safe).

So go get tested so your conscience can rest easy when you’re going around the neighborhood giving away your tomatoes.

Soil Kitchen
2nd and Girard
April 1-6, 11 AM – 6 PM

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2 Responses to Hot soup while you test your soil in Northern Liberties

  1. You’ve never had a dirt grilled cheese?

  2. Dan Pohlig says:

    That’s good eatin’

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