THE TENNESSEE FARM TABLE, A weekly 30 minute podcast & radio show featuring the people of our APPALACHIAN region who PRODUCE, PREPARE and PRESERVE our food and agricultural products. The radio show ends with a bluegrass gospel song, usually from a regional musician or band.
WHY: To celebrate our region’s unique culture through regional foodways. Also to improve our regional economy, community, food access, recipe sharing, and folklore.
Who is behind the Tennessee Farm Table? - Amy Campbell is the founder, owner, and producer of The Tennessee Farm Table. This is a “1 woman operation” at this writing.
Closer definition of produce, prepare, and preserve:
Produce: (farmers, gardeners, producers of animal, vegetable, value added products, educators)
Prepare: (Chefs, home cooks, recipe developers, and organizations addressing food insecurity)
Preserve: (writers, food preservationists, museums, non profit organizations involved in the promotion and preservation of Mountain South foodways)
- Mary Constantine - Retired Food Editor, the Knoxville News Sentinel.
- Fred Sauceman - Each week, Amy includes a 2 minute segment produced by Fred of Appalachian Foodways entitled “Pot Luck Radio”. Fred is Senior Writer and Associate Professor of Appalachian Studies, East Tennessee State University, News Director, WETS-FM, 89.5, Food Writer for Blue Ridge Country magazine , Columnist for Smoky Mountain Living magazine , Author of the book The Proffitts of Ridgewood: An Appalachian Family's Life in Barbecue.
- Jack Neely - Executive Director of the Knoxville History Project.
- East Tennessee's Own, Emi Sunshine sings our theme song. The theme song was written by Amy Campbell.
How to listen:
- Anytime via podcast: https://www.tennesseefarmtable.com/new-blog/
- Radio Broadcast: Every Saturday morning 9:00 - 9:30 A.M. on 89.9.fm, WDVX, Knoxville.
*The Tennessee Farm Table Podcast & Broadcast is broadcast only from WDVX Radio Knoxville. The Tennessee Farm Table is an independent production of Amy Campbell, it is not the property of WDVX, nor is it produced by WDVX, Amy Campbell and Tennessee Farm Table Podcast & Broadcast do not receive funding from WDVX Radio. They are separate entities.