Tag Archives: Marksbury Farms

Now Hiring: The Bluebird Cafe in Stanford

I’ve got some cool news! My friends at the Bluebird are looking for a sous chef. If you live in Kentucky and are passionate about cooking great food using local, healthy ingredients, this is the job for you. I’ve heard that it is an amazing place to work and I know it is an amazing place to eat. While […]

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Interview: Well Fed Meals, Lexington

It’s late and you’re tired. It’s been a long day at work, followed up by ballet practice and a soccer game. The sun is setting and your children are bemoaning their empty stomachs from the back of the van. To make matters worse, the cupboards are empty at home because you haven’t had a chance […]

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Young Farmers: Sweetgrass Granola

{This is the first farm in my Young Farmers series. You may want to read the intro post if you missed it.} For many of us, sustainability has come about gradually in our personal lives. Slowly but surely, something awakened inside us, revealing to us how our choices (both personally and collectively as a culture) […]

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Interview: The Bluebird & Marksbury Farms

Something exciting is happening in Stanford, Kentucky. A new restaurant, the Bluebird, is soaring in popularity—and it isn’t just the delicious menu that’s bringing in the customers. With a commitment to local foods and sustainable agriculture practices, the Bluebird stands to change the way food is served in small town America. I’ve talked to so […]

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