Drink This: Tennessee Blackberry Mint Juleps

The Mint Julep is a classic cocktail generally associated with the American South. Each year, typically around the running of the Kentucky Derby, they pop back into style alongside seersucker and white shoes. The truest version of the drink mixes bourbon with sugar and mint and plenty of ice. Our version adds plenty of blackberries… Read more »

The Perfect Blueberry Lemon Drop Cookie

“Always do the right thing” is a rule for life that my Maw-Maw repeated to me over and over while growing up. “Use your manners” came from Mom. Somewhere along the road I picked up a few more rules, not the least of which is “When someone offers you cookies, say ‘Yes please.’” This particular… Read more »

Five Questions : Mike Wolfe

Growing up, my parents were always wheeling and dealing on something. Mom might be at a yard sale or a flea market looking for old rugs and antique furniture. Dad was probably trading an old lawn mower plus a little cash for a gently used Buick Skylark. Kimberly’s parents are cut from the same cloth,… Read more »

Gosey Hill

There’s a good chance I’ll mention this place a lot in future ramblings, so I wanted to take a moment and formally introduce you to the place we call home. We call her Gosey Hill. Kimberly and I both grew up in the country, and about three years ago we started feeling a pull to… Read more »

We Are Open For Business!

And I am so nervous. It was nearly three years ago when I told some close friends about an idea I had to promote Southern-made goods. Over time the idea evolved into a pretty simple concept: Help people who love the South discover and support the wonderful people making great things here. And ever since… Read more »