ALL-THE-FIXIN'S-HOMESPUN-ATL-MENU_Page_1 We are excited to formally offer local businesses the opportunity to serve quality meals for their workshops, client meetings, moral-building for employees, or whatever event calls for "All the Fixin's".

As you know, we are not a catering company that is handling multiple orders a day…this means you get our undivided attention! Hiring Homespun ATL as your personal chef, we will provide affordable, fresh breakfast and lunch options served buffet or family style.

Minimum Group Size: 10 people. If you have less, please inquire for a custom quote.

Interested? Fill out the inquiry form, and will send over our packet with all the details and our full menu.

Photo Credit: Phil Sanders

THE MAKING OF...Black Bass

The are three components that go into deciding the ingredients of any dish I will be making.

It must be:

  1. Local -  Knowing where the produce is coming from
  2. Seasonal -  Insuring freshness and availability
  3. Sustainable- Being a responsible consumer


At our July Homespun I made black bass as the entrée. I wanted to do something different from past gatherings (I find myself always going to pork...or some braised meat). Since it was the middle of summer, I had a great excuse to create a lighter dish with fish. Wild-caught bass off the coast of South Carolina got my attention. It's delicious, and thanks to modern transportation we can  get it really fresh here in Atlanta. The black bass was pan-roasted. I paired it with available produce from the farmers market.  With chanterelle at their peak, I knew I had to highlight these delectable fungi. A friend, "Farmer Jon" from Abundant Harvest Gardens, foraged the mushrooms that I roasted off, and also provided the green beans that were blanched. Adding the heirloom cherry tomatoes from Woodland Gardens that were tossed  in a simple caper vinaigrette provided a sweet, acidic touch. The majestic purple potatoes from Serenbe Farms were puréed with smidge of lemon and fresh thyme.


Implementing the guidelines of Local, Seasonal, and Sustainable allowed me to create a dish full of flavor, color, and texture.  The black bass was just one of several other dishes to make the evening one to remember... Simple. Wholesome. Authentic.

Be Well,


Photo Credit: Paige Jones Photography


Suwanee Farmers Market Homespun is a "Simple Gathering" that brings people together over a local inspired, wholesome menu.  Homespun visits local markets that determine our dishes. We believe this invites guests to support our local community of artisans and  farmers.

We enjoy being able to share our passion and creativity with others, and makes a “Simple Gathering" so much more than well, simple. In fact, we aspire to create an environment that will act as the canvas for the true meaning behind our dinners-to share life and break bread.