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Welcome to the new Local Table Annual Resource Guide!
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The new annual covers all you need to know about the world of local food and farms in Middle Tennessee: the farmers, farmers’ markets, grocers, craft breweries and distilleries, farm-to-table restaurants, artisan food producers, events and area resources. Local Table gives you all the information you need to discover and take advantage of our diverse and growing local food community. Some of your quarterly favorites, such as Healthy Table and Farmer Jason, can now be found exclusively at . Our stories of local heroes and our profiles of local farmers and food entrepreneurs also will continue to be updated on the web and in our newsletter. So, don’t miss a thing! Make part of your regular news and if you haven’t signed up for our newsletter, make sure to do it now. You’ll also be able to keep up to date with local food events, festivals, workshops and more. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for updates, too! More
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Features ❯

2018 CSA Fair →

Local Table Magazine and the Nashville Farmers Market will host the 4th Annual CSA Fair

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 ❯

Events ❯

Healthy Table ❯

Slow Revolution
Always on the go? Join the Slow Cooker Movement!
Growing up, my family was always on the go. Whether it was school, sports or volunteer activities it was difficult to prepare dinner. We valued sitting down as a family around the dinner table and this was possible with the use of the slow cooker. Believe it or not, the terms slow cooker and short on time actually go together! A great attribute about using a slow cooker is the flexibility it offers. You can toss the ingredients into the slow cooker that morning, cook it all afternoon, and serve it the same evening. 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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