The April 12th edition of The Washington Post included something new - the first installation of a new monthly column by David Hagedorn called "Sourced." According to their PR contact, Sources "focuses on food producers in the Washington area and recipes to highlight their ingredients."
The first column, available here, features Craig Rogers of Border Spring Farm in Patrick County, VA.
"Rogers raises grass-fed, Animal Welfare Approved, certified naturally grown Katahdin and Texel sheep," the WashPo PR contact said. "He breeds them to create lamb with a sweet fat profile and a delicate, yet earthy, meat flavor."
Restaurants dishing up Rogers' lamb include Bibiana, Bourbon Steak and Volt.