Amish Feed Mill

Amish Feed Mill Store

In the South, finding excellent chicken salad is a quest. And one popular grocery store/deli  is expanding to Brentwood. The Amish County Market at the Feed Mill announced on Facebook that they will be occupying a space in Brentwood behind Judge Bean’s on Church Street in Brentwood. Furniture will be delivered to the new space in just a couple of weeks with an anticipated  open date just before Thanksgiving.

Coming soon off church street behind judge beans… Furniture should be up in a couple weeks and the grocery store will…

Posted by Amish Country Market At The Feed Mill on Sunday, September 6, 2015

This family owned and operated store has been in business for the last 128 years. Current owner Darin Scheff, has a great motto, “try before you buy” as the store is filled with samples. See our Joy of Food review of the Nolensville location here.

Olive and Sinclair

Award winning local chocolate company is making its way to downtown Franklin. Chocolate lovers rejoice as Williamson County resident, Scott Witherow, is bringing Olive and Sinclair to downtown Franklin right next to Jamba Juice. Olive and Sinclair is known for their hand crafted chocolate with unique flavors. Southern Living named Olive and Sinclair as one of their favorite gifts from the South for their 2014 Holiday Gift Guide. In November 2014, Garden & Gun awarded Olive and Sinclair with the top prize in their food category for their Duck Fat Caramels. We don’t have an exact date when Olive and Sinclair will open but be sure to try their latest creations at the Made South event this weekend at Harlinsdale Farm.

In the works.. #seersuckercandyco

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