Do you ever just stop and think, what if everything just works out? I spend a lot of time forcing things, stressing, and pressing. I actually schedule time to actively relax. I bite my nails until they’re gone, then I bite my cuticles until they bleed. I say my eyes are fixed on God and… Continue reading What if everything works out?
Author: The Barn & Pantry
In defense of egg prices
Eggs. Everyone is talking about them right now and I have received dozens of comments, questions, and concerns surrounding them. Where can I get eggs that don’t cost $0.50-0.75 each? Will prices come back down? Should I get chickens? What’s the difference between pasture raised and all of the other choices? What’s true and what’s… Continue reading In defense of egg prices
The art of an experience.
A letter to all staff: There is nothing more disappointing than being catfished by what you see online. Whether it’s a location photographed at the perfect angle, a perfectly garnished cocktail or a plate of enticing food – if it doesn’t look or taste the way you expected, there will always be a lingering disappointment,… Continue reading The art of an experience.
Local, seasonal eating: Your answer to health in the new year?
By Lindsey Hickman Buzzwords such as all natural, local, farm fresh, superfood, and probiotic have flooded supermarkets and product labels, but are they anything more than marketing eye catchers? All too often the answer is no. We all want to lead healthier lives, and the new year always seems like the perfect time for a… Continue reading Local, seasonal eating: Your answer to health in the new year?
Bless Your Heart: New doors open
From milking cows in California to pouring champagne in Tennessee, the duo opening the new brunch and charcuterie restaurant in the Gallatin square have a unique history of feeding their communities. BYH Board + Bubbles on W. Franklin Street will offer classic and unconventional charcuterie boards for dining in, plus catering boxes to go. Customers… Continue reading Bless Your Heart: New doors open