The Lodge At Blue Sky – Park City
Kicking off the second season of From Scratch, host David Moscow will feature James Beard, Award-winning chef Galen Zamarra of The Lodge at Blue Sky and time spent in Utah at the award-winning lodge. The premiere episode will air on the History Channel on Saturday, October 30th.
The show’s premise is to illustrate where food comes from with a deep dive of farm to table. Moscow met with Galen Zamarra, Executive Chef at the Lodge at Blu Sky and enjoyed a dish of trout roulade, acorn fritters, and four corners potatoes. aubergeresorts.com/bluesky/
The Lodge at Blue Sky is located just outside Park City. While staying at this private mountain retreat guests can fish for native Utah trout on secluded streams, visit the on-site sustainable farm or get grounded with yoga and meditation.
After experiencing the locally sourced meal, Moscow is charged with foraging the ingredients to recreate the meal in a week’s time. From fishing on the Bear River to visiting Escalante, formerly potato Valley, to hunt the 11,000-year-old wild, native, four corners potatoes. Chef Galen of The Lodge at Blue Sky has the ultimate goal of having the Native American community farm them again; the tiny potatoes (the size of a penny) are a huge part of their history and culture and were rediscovered over a year ago in wild patches.
Moscow’s list of ingredients include acorns, acorn flour, apples, chives, wild hops, wild nettles, eggs, fennel, four corners potatoes, goat’s milk, peppers, and trout.
Moscow visited a local farm, Marvin’s Garden, where he collected apples, Gracie’s Farm on The Lodge at Blue Sky for goat milk, eggs, fennel, etc. Another visit creek side yielded wild nettles and hops.
As Moscow states, this episode spans 11,000 years, from the four corners potatoes to the organic farming at Gracie’s Farm.
Tune in to the History Channel Saturday, October 30! The Lodge at Blue Sky’s private mountain retreat, just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City Airport. Fish for native Utah trout on pristine, secluded streams, visit our on-site sustainable farm to pick fresh vegetables for lunch or get grounded with outdoor yoga or guided meditation.