Scoville Farms is the latest addition to the Uptown Kitchen family. Dominic Sorenson, creator of Scoville Farms, came to Grand Rapids to study at GVSU. He started cooking at an early age, and has spent the past 16 years working in food service and manufacturing. He’s owned a catering service, taught cooking classes, and given food demonstrations. The other half of Scoville Farms, specializing in digital media & production, is Charles Anderson. He is a Kentwood native and self-taught freelance photographer with a love for everything food.
Meet Dominic from Scoville Farms:
Every tasty spread, dip, sauce, glaze or chutney we make will include fresh or dried peppers as the main ingredient, some spicy, some not.
The Scoville Scale is used to quantify the level of spiciness sensed when eating peppers and other spicy foods. Since we produce pepper products like a farm produces peppers, we call ourselves Scoville Farms.
My parents not only taught me to cook, but also the value of a job done well. They have played a major role in the development of my passion and with their continued support I was able to take the leap into ownership when the timing was right. We will be ready for sales of our first line in mid-July
The first in our line of multipurpose condiments is called Everidae Sweet Habanero Sauce. We are taking pre-orders and hope to have our online store open by mid-July at www.scoville-farms.com. Also watch for it to appear on local specialty store shelves
Take an entrepreneur chef with a passion for food an enthusiasm for peppers, mix in some fresh local ingredients, a touch of artistic flare & a bunch of passion-filled hard work and you get products that never fail to impress.
Keep an eye out for more news on where to find Everidae Sweet Habenero Sauce, we’ll keep you updated! If you are interested in learning more, check out Facebook for more information on Scoville Farms and their Everidae Sweet Habanero Sauce.