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Welcome to the 2019 Local Table Annual Resource Guide!
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Spring is sweet—the air smells like lilacs and peonies; cartons of luscious, juicy strawberries are making their way from farmers’ fields to our tables; and farmers’ markets across the region are welcoming the first of the season’s bounty! Every day, we wake up to unsettling news, the fracturing of world alliances, the demise of our republic and the devastation of our natural environment. It’s overwhelming for sure, but you can make a difference. More
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Features ❯

Agritourism →

See the country

Honeycomb Collaborative →

Nashville Farmers’ Market artisans, farmers and chefs collaborate and restaurants

Pumpkins! →

A pumkin patch like no other, new discoveries to be found around every corner

Ciao, Y’all →

In my family, polenta for dinner means we’re having cornmeal topped with tomato sauce

Meet My Baker (& Farmer) →

Reggie Marshall took experiences learned at his father’s knee

Mater Madness →

Tomatoes are the quintessential fruit

Spring Is In The Air →

Farm-to-table Offerings In And Around Nashville

More Diners Worth The Drive →

Last summer we featured a handful of outstanding eateries—of course there’s more!

No. 9 Farms →

We are best at growing unique foods

JD Country Milk →

We choose to stay consistent with our small dairy farmers

Farm Face-Rockdale Ranch →

I chose the Bison business because it is the best quality meat available

The Readyville Mill →

Back to the Grindstone with Local Food

Meet My Farmer →

Margot McCormack, Owner/Chef, Margot Cafe & Bar and Marche, Nashville

Meet My Baker →

Sweet 16th – The Bakery

The Spirit of Tennessee →

The future of Tennessee whiskey: better and better, more and more

Slow Revalution →

Always on the go? Join the Slow Cooker Movement!

CSAs! →

Better Living Through CSA...Here's the skinny

Eggs! →

Grab Your Basket...It’s Time for an Edible Egg Hunt!

Me, Oh My →

Me, oh my. I love pie. Favorite Pie recipes from Nashville foodies

Food Labels →

We walk you through a variety of food labels

Diners Worth The Drive →

Here are a few local favorites that you might not have heard of

Farmers' Market 411 →

Top 10 Tips for Shopping at the Nashville Farmers’ Market

Artisan Foods →

Artisan Foods Abound in Middle Tennessee

Sustainability on the Menu →

Tom Morales built a restaurant empire with an emphasis on environmental efforts

Food Tours →

Fantastic Food Tours: Exploring Nashville…One Bite at a Time

The Isha Institute →

Outside McMinnville, there is a 1400-acre tract of land with waterfalls and bluff overlooks

Eating the Landscape →

It seems to us that edible landscaping would be the next step in the homegrown revolution.

Historic Murfreesboro →

Nestled smack dab in the center of Tennessee sits the historic haven-cum-college town of Murfreesboro.

Peaceful Pastures →

When I set out on my drive to meet the owners of Peaceful Pastures, I wasn’t sure what to expect.

Guides ❯

Back Issues ❯

Healthy Table ❯

Would You Like To Try Some Goat Cheese?
I’m a millennial who moonlights on weekends as a promoter of goat cheese!
My mission is to entice shoppers to sample this creamy, tangy, twangy delicacy form of cheese. Goat cheese is incredibly satisfying. There are many different types of goat dairy products, with goat cheese being the most well known. Chevre, pronounced “chev”, is the French (or fancy) name for spreadable, soft goat cheeses. These cheeses have a milder taste, but may come in many different flavors from sweet to savory. It doesn’t stop there; you can try goat Feta cheese, goat Gouda cheese and many rolled goat cheese logs. Goat dairy also includes goat cheese yogurt and goat milk. More

Ask Farmer Jason ❯

Questions & Answers for kids (and others!)
Farmer Jason is the brainchild of rock music legend, Jason Ringenberg of Jason and the Scorchers. In 2002, he created Farmer Jason to educate and entertain children about farm life and the wonders of nature.

If you would like to ask him questions, email him at
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