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Farm to Table Dinner

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

A couple weeks ago Sam and I attended a farm to table dinner in Pulaski, TN. Chef Jakob Reed from Albany Bistro prepared all the food using local ingredients.

The dinner took place at the 1890 Hardy Chambers farmhouse, which is available for events and weddings.

Everything was so charming and rustic. This experience made me want to buy a farmhouse.

Normally the dinners are held outdoors, but it was very cold and dinner was moved inside.


I loved the mix of vintage china!




The sweet potato mousse (on the right) was to die for!

The hostess made the felt sheep on the left.


Ashley Vaughn, our wedding photographer, was having an exhibit at the dinner, which is one of the reasons we attended. The exhibit was titled Farmacy, and included photographs of farm animals. You can see one in the photo below.

After dinner there was original music.

I loved the lighting!
 
It was a fun evening, even though it was cold and rainy. The food was delicious and we even made a new friend.



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