Local Slice – The Farmer’s Daughter

Sunday morning brunch is my favorite. This Sunday’s fare comes from The Farmer’s Daughter in North Chattanooga. The farm-to-table cafe and coffee house took over an abandoned Exxon station and features seasonal local ingredients and a minimalist aesthetic.  The FarmerCo-owner Ann Keener is the farmer’s daughter – having grown up milking cows and harvesting food at Sequatchie Cove Farm. She learned to cook with her farm’s fresh ingredients and upon growing up, attended Ballymaloe Cookery School in Ireland and travelled to Oaxaca, Mexico to broaden her skills. She and her partner Mike Mayo joined with Copacetic Coffee to offer this same food authenticity to the city of Chattanooga. The Farmer

The FarmerI have gotten the Atlanta Fresh Greek yogurt and house granola both times I’ve gone. I can’t get enough! And, of course, that’s Niedlov‘s sourdough on the side and homemade apricot jam. My mouth is now salivating. Great.The FarmerThe FarmerThe FarmerThe FarmerOliver is still a little partial to breastmilk, but he was about as excited to be here as he ever is! Baby sleeping through the whole meal is a little piece of heaven. Farm fresh heaven. The FarmerSignature

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  • The Farmer's DaughterJune 12, 2014 - 9:38 pm

    Ooo, you make us look even better than real life! Thank you so much!ReplyCancel

    • AlysaJune 13, 2014 - 7:20 pm

      Ha! A compliment indeed! Thank you again for tolerating a camera on a Sunday brunch day!ReplyCancel

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