Northwest chain partners with Siri Produce and Jacobsen Salt Co. for popular seasonal offering
VANCOUVER, Wash. –– Burgerville is now offering one of its most popular seasonal products: hand-crafted Rosemary Shoestring Fries made with rosemary from Oregon City, Ore., and sea salt from Netarts Bay, Ore., to create a local flavor that celebrates the Pacific Northwest.
Hot from the fryer, the shoestring fries are tossed in olive oil infused with hand-chopped fresh local rosemary, a dash of crushed red pepper, and a hint of garlic. The fries are then dusted with Jacobsen Salt Co. Rosemary Sea Salt.
The rosemary used in Burgerville’s Rosemary Shoestring Fries is hand-harvested at Siri Produce, a specialty family-owned farm with deep roots in the Pacific Northwest, whose plants are cultivated using only natural products. The Siri family is committed to the land and fresh, locally-grown produce, which shows in the health and vitality of their plants, as well as in the distinctive flavor of Burgerville’s Rosemary Shoestring Fries.
“Our Rosemary Shoestring Fries are a crisp, savory bite, with a kick from the garlic-infused olive oil and crushed red pepper, all balanced by the brightness of the fresh rosemary,” explained Burgerville Head Chef Becky McGrath. “The shoestring cut makes these fries crisper than regular fries, yet still light and airy inside.”
Burgerville’s Rosemary Shoestring Fries are available now through January. For more information, visit Burgerville.com and follow Burgerville on Facebook and Instagram.
Established in 1961, Burgerville, headquartered in Vancouver, Washington, is an innovative and industry-leading restaurant company with 42 locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. Over 1,500 employees strong, the hometown favorite brings guests seasonal, local food from 989 Northwest family farms and ranches. Burgerville is built on a tradition based in its mission to “Serve with Love.”