Today’s field trip did not take me far. Just down to Gay St. to the French Market, which has been open a couple years now. Despite it’s central location to most of my life, downtown, I hardly ever remember to stop in. They serve brunch and have savory crepes in addition to pastries and other […]
Tuesday Field Trip coming soon, in the meantime a few more pictures from my brother and sister in law.
Here’s a first round of pictures from last night. Thanks to everyone who came out and the Niceleys for making the event utterly amazing.
This week: dying table clothes, stamping napkins, tweaking the menu based on availability because some items just aren’t ready yet, making lanterns, getting flowers, all for the sold out dinner on Saturday. Today Mockingbird will go out to the farm to help the cooks. This is my favorite time of the event, pulling all the […]
Our Oregon tour ended on Sunday in Portland. I may be one of the few people in the world who is not a fan of Portland. It’s a little too much on all fronts. Yes there are tons of cool shops, restaurants, food carts and people are nice, but I am not a fan. Part […]
On Saturday I cooked for about 20 Sohns out in Oregon where the family gathers every August. The kitchen has very little counter top space but is well equipped. I went with an easy menu which would have taken 45 minutes or so at home, but it was still a production. There was a last […]
From Jennifer Niceley and I. Enjoy. Farm to Table dinners are gaining popularity all across the country bringing farmers, eaters, and food lovers together at the table. Google “farm to table” and you get millions of hits, from blogs, to restaurant guides, to radio shows, to agricultural extension office sites. Here in Tennessee I like […]