Lunchtime on a warm, sunny Friday. Suzanne and I were throwing around suggestions and Farmhouse Cafe was quickly decided on. What better way to seize the day and celebrate spring fever than a relaxing country drive out to the restored restaurant farmhouse that offers a fresh seasonal menu. I had been to the picturesque property before to buy mums at the Flower and Herb Barn (the location also includes a local nursery), but hadn’t yet eaten at the popular cafe. Located a few miles out of town, Brown County is such a beautiful place to get “lost”, that I jumped at the chance for some backroads driving.
I’ve lived in Indiana for about a year now and last year I just missed the morel mushrooms by a matter of days. That’s a full year to hear all the hype (I had previously never even heard of them before). Morels quickly moved to the top of my Indiana bucket list!
Friday. Warm-ish weather. Big weekend plans. My mind was anywhere except in the office. Either its winter and/or working in a fun little town like Nashville, but lately my mind goes right to food/candy/ice cream/goodies. I thought I’d skip (ok not really skip, more like an excited walk) down to the Nashville Fudge Kitchen for a friendly visit and a quick lesson on fudge makin’, where owners Vic and Debbie were happy to demonstrate the process.