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Season 8, Episode 13. 3/27/2021Hot Cross Buns and Easter Foods Today, we are setting the table with foods that are often shared at the table on Easter Sunday. Karen Zorio, Former owner of the Bakery Something Savory shares with us the history and recipe of Hot Cross Buns. Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine shares a recipe for Pimento Cheese from the Tupelo…
 
Season 8, Episode 12. 03/20/2021 Small batch maple syrup and the joy of asparagus on the first day of Spring Today, we are Welcoming Spring by setting the table 2 seasonal goodies that arrive at the beginning of Spring in the Mountain South, Maple Syrup and Asparagus.We visit with a maker of small batch, Maple Syrup. Clint Smith of the Riverdale Co…
 
Season 8, Episode 11. 03/13/2021 Kelly Smith Trimble an editor, writer, and gardener living in Knoxville, TN. Today we are setting the table with gardening wisdom. My guest today is Kelly Smith Trimble an editor, writer, and gardener living in Knoxville, TN. Her book Vegetable Gardening Wisdom, a collection of seasonal advice and inspiration for ed…
 
Season 8, Episode 10. 03/06/2021 Brenna Wright joins Century Harvest Farms Foundation & Knox City Farm In this episode, we are setting the table with a story of how urban gardening joins up with a non profit foundation from a rural setting to help change lives through agriculture. We visit today with Brenna Wright formerly of Abby Field Farm, and c…
 
Season 8, Episode 9.** 02/27/2021 Farm Grub Today we are setting the table with a delivery service for Farmers Markets called “Farm Grub” with our guest and co-founder of Farm Grub, Wade Austin. This is a company that is designed to make our community a better place and to answer the need to deliver farm fresh, regionally sourced groceries right to…
 
Season 8, Episode 7. 02/13/2021 Allyson and Chris Virden with "Olde Virden's Tennessee Pepper Company". In this episode, we visit with Allyson and Chris Virden, the couple who created Olde Viden’s Tennessee Pepper Company. The brainchild of Chris Virden. While operating with his wife Allyson the Lodge on top of Mt. LeConte in the Great Smoky Mounta…
 
Season 8, Episode 6. 02/06/2021 “Kermit’s Striped Stick Bean, Cades Cove, Tennessee” In this episode, we are setting the table with “Kermit’s Striped Stick Bean”. We visit with John and Rachel Davis, owners of J & R Farms in Blount County, Tennessee. John Davis’s Great Grandmother is Lois Shuler Caughron, and her late husband was Kermit Caughron. T…
 
Season 8, Episode 5. 01/30/2021 Zavels Family Farms, Corryton, Tennessee Today, we are setting the table with Family Farming. In this episode we visit with Mike and Tammy Zavels of Zavels Family Farms located in Corryton TN. This farming family is a very successful family farm in the eastern region of Tennessee. They will let us know how they got i…
 
Season 8, Episode 4, 1,22,2021 Native Plants of Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, Tennessee with owner Avi Askey We visit today with Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens in Madisonville Tennessee. Overhill Gardens is a Native plant nursery, and Eco-Friendly Landscapes, Hardscape, and design business. Amy interviews owner Avi Askey about his work for…
 
Season 8, Episode 3. 1/16/2021 Today we are setting the table in the kitchen with my guest Bailey Foster. She is a Knoxville native and Founder of Real Good Kitchen, a food incubator in Knoxville, Tennessee. Their motto is “Make Change Through Food.” In short, this new place provides the space and resources food entrepreneurs need. There are many r…
 
Season 8, Episode 2. 1/9/2021 Saving Seeds & Stories with John Coykendall Seed Saving & Stories with our ole seed saving pal John Coykendall of Knoxville, TN. John tells us how he became a seed saver, some of the varieties he has saved, where to find old time heirloom seed like the ones he saves, and shares some cute stories. Knoxville native John …
 
Season 7, Episode 38, 12/26/2020 Thomas Williams, Uses Food for Good In this show we visit with Thomas Williams - a Nashville Native who is heavily involved in the business of helping his community through food. And in these times of trouble that we are all living in right now, I thought it would be good to feature this story and how together we ca…
 
Season 7, Episode 37, 12/19/2020 Squirrel, a Traditional Appalachian Food. In this episode, Amy is setting the table with “Squirrel”. Rachel and John Davis of Blount County, TN on how to cook Squirrel Dumplings. A story from singer, songwriter Shawn Camp on growing up in Arkansas and his Grandpa, and eating squirrel. Shawn has also given me permiss…
 
Season 7, Episode 36, 12/12/2020 “Candy, made in Tennessee & Southern Virginia” Today we are setting the table with Candy with several guests. Jessi Baker co-creator and owner of Ole Smoky Moonshine, Yee-Haw Brewing, 6th and Peabody Nashville, and cookbook Author shares a short story on how her Grandparents created “The Ole Smoky Candy Kitchen” in …
 
Season 7, Episode 35, 12/05/2020 Why Pinto Beans with 2 time James Beard award winning food writer Ronni Lundy Today we are setting the table with 2 Christmas recipes and stories about soup beans. The happily retired former food writer for the Knoxville News Sentinel Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine will share a recipe for warm mulled cider. In Fred Sauc…
 
Sotghum maker Mike Fleenor Season 7, Episode 35. 11,28.2020 Sorghum with Ronni Lundy, Fred Sauceman, Matt Gallagher & Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine Today, we are setting the table with Sorghum, an ancient African Grass adopted to the southern table with a cast of characters including: Fred Sauceman shares a segment with Dr Mike Fleenor, Sorghum Maker.…
 
Season 7, Episode 34. 11/21/2020 Tennessee Pumpkin Pie With guests James Gann of Townsend Tennessee, the specific type of pumpkin he grows and his pumpkin pie that won a ribbon at the Blue Ribbon Country Fair at the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center in Townsend, Tennessee. We also will be joined by Haylee Giebudowski who also is an East, TN resi…
 
Season 7, Episode 33. November 14, 2020 Cushaw Squash - Native American Roots & Recipes & how to cook this huge squash! Today, we are setting the table with cushaw squash. It is a squash found at roadside stands, and farmers’ markets in the South East, Western states and throughout the mountain south. My guests today regale the cushaw for it’s culi…
 
Derek Blankenship and daughter making apple butter. Canning the Apple Butter is a family event. Derek Blankenship and family canning Apple Butter. Season 7, Episode 32. November 7, 2020. “Apple Butter Making in Appalachia” Today, we are setting the table with a traditional food of Appalachia “Apple Butter”. Each year in the fall time of the Mountai…
 
Season 7, Episode 32. October 31, 2020. *This show also aired on WUTC radio, Chattanooga, TN on Saturday, October 31, 2020. ALLAN BENTON'S TENNESSEE COUNTRY HAM "PROSCIUTTO", MADE IN MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE On the show today, we are setting the table with Country Ham, and how through the dry aged process, and sliced paper thin, is then called “Pros…
 
Season 7, Episode 31. October 31,2020 (This show aired on 89.9. WDVX 10/31/2020) Chocolate Gravy and Sausage Gravy. That is my featured subject of this episode of The Tennessee Farm Table Podcast & Broadcast.In this episode, we will be joined by singer songwriter Verlon Thompson, his food memory of chocolate gravy, and what it meant to him as a kid…
 
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