We’re giving away an assortment of products made right here in Tennessee! From fresh pasta from The Pasta Shoppe, to Tennessee’s famous Chow-Chow, to Allegro marinade – this is a delicious prize.
You can enter by tweeting about Home & Farm on Twitter, ‘like’ing us on Facebook, or commenting about your favorite Tennessee products below. We’re accepting entries through the end of March, and will notify the winner by email.
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Favorite TN product is tomatoes.
love Grainger county tomatoes and Scott’s strawberries from Unicoi county
As a young girl living in Indiana with my Tennessee parents – I was the lucky one to get to spend summers with my Grandma in White House, Tn. where I became a true transplant. Loved all of the delicious meals she made and especially the “Chow Chow” that went on almost everything.
I love to support the Tennessee farmers. I always try to buy locally.
I LOVE Chow-Chow!!!!
Had some when I was in Nashville last year!
Can I help you feature and sell your product out here in California!!
Nothing is more fun than shopping for our food at Tennessee Farmers’ Markets. When my children were small, I would have them each select a fruit or vegetable that they either didn’t know “what is was” or didn’t know “how it tasted.” We would purchase their selections, prepare, & taste. Needless to say, my adult children are fond of all fruits & vegetables, and amaze their friends with how they’ll “try anything!”
Very excited about this giveaway and have tweeted about it and already liked TN Home and Farm on Facebook. I really enjoy local products in and around Gibson County.
Tennessee products – YUMMMMMMM!
just can’t beat the wonderful watermelons grown outside newport on the banks of the river….juicy and sweet! BIG SMILE
Well, we have Clifty Farm and Allegro right here in Paris, TN. Their products are family favorites.
vegteables I love Farmer Market in Mufreesboro. I am there on opening day, and go at least one day a week as long as they are there.
Love locally grown tomatoes, Portland strawberries and corn, and peaches from Milldale.
hope to win
Keep up the good work. love TENNESSEE products. it people like tnhomes that keep things going in TN. nothing like HOME grown vegs.
My family loves the chow chow.
Love anything made in Tennessee !
Chow-Chow goes well with soup beans and cornbread. Yum Yum!!!
My wife LOVES the recipes and searches places for us to visit in Tennessee.
I don’t live in Tennessee, but my son does. I love the recipes and just all the “down home” info.
I love Tennessee and all the homegrown veggies and fruits!
We loves the tomatoes and apples
Lovin the tomatoes and apples from TN!
Ijust like the Tennessee Home and Ranch magazine.
I always try to buy local.
The chow-chow looks amazing!
Give me some Tennessee made Hot Chow-Chow!!
I’m always anxious for our local farmers market to open. I go there every week to buy the fresh vegetables, baked goods, and nursery (plants) items that are available.
Tennessean thru and thru.
We love Tennessee Home & Farm magazine. We have been reading it for years. Information from it has been very helpful when we are on vacations.
I love Chow Chow, especially with pinto beans and fried potatoes! I can’t wait until the tomatoes get ripe and have a fresh tomato right out of the garden. When I was a child I would take a salt shaker to the tomato patch with me and just wipe the skin off and eat all I wanted right in the patch!
My husband and I love to pick local. We always pick fresh blueberries and strawberrys at Dennis Fox’s farm in Halls. We pick peaches at a farm in Corryton. (They have to be just right, soft and ready to eat. Which means I really have to go to work when I get them home.) Having grown up on a farm I cannot stand “bought apples”. I wait until they are ripe and pick them at a local farm. We grow our own vegetables so we can have fresh. I love everything about Tennessee!
I love Tennessee Cow Chow
Love TN products!
Tennessee products are the best all round !
My favorite Tennessee products are tomatoes and corn, out of my garden or from
the local Farmers Market.
Love home-grown products from Tennessee!
MMMMM….Chow Chow, soup beans, onion and cornbread it doesn’t get
much better than this unless you slip in a fried green tomato. Tennessee
products are the best!
There is absolutely nothing like our Tennessee grown vegetables and all of the wonderful homemade products using the fruits of our bounty. I love small town life and all of the traditions that we hand down to our families. I’m a Tennessee girl through and through!
Strawberries from H&S Farms, stuff from J&J Century Farm — both in Montgomery County.
I love supporting the local Tennessee farmers and crafters.
My favorite made in Tennessee product is Homemade Apple Butter yum! thanks
Scott’s Strawberries, Dr. Enuf, Moon pies, Grainger County Tomatos, and some local Fried Green Tomatos!
I have a real sweet-tooth and I think the Espresso Chocolate Marshmallows from the Bang Candy Company sound delicious! Thanks for the giveaway!
love it all, fod, newsletter, recipes, etc.
love it all, food, recipes, newsletter, etc.
I love home state products!!
Allegro is made here in Paris. It’s a wonderful product. Many flavors and very versatile.
I really enjoy the magazine
Tennessee pride in a product is Tennessee traditions to carry on with future generations!
LoveTennessee chow chow and Grainer county tomatoes and
Grainger Co tomatoes and Scott’s strawberries are also my favorites !!!!
you can’t beat local honey
I love to cook in my Lodge skillet made in South Pittsburg
I love any products made in Tennessee.I’m from Tennessee and it’s great to get stuff made in your home state. I;m sure the products would be great. Thanks
I love Thompson Farms strawberries! They are the best in East Tennessee!
My husband is from North Carolina so we enjoy sharing each of our state’s native foods. What would fall be without homemade vegetable soup and Mrs. Grissom’s pimento cheese sandwiches! Or Mayfield’s Banana Pudding ice cream with a tin of Christie’s Cookies on a hot summer day. What about crackers with Sweetwater Valley Farm’s smoked cheddar cheese. And Sally Lane’s peanut butter fudge! Clearly, from East to West, Tennesseans set a fine table!
Tennessee Strawberries are the best!!! — Pies, Shortcake, jam — the list goes on…
I come from a long line of TN farmers and love to support them by buying local grown fruits and vegetables!
The famous Moon Pies made in Chattanooga, TN, of course! Nothing better than a Moon Pie with an R C Cola!!
I’d sure love to win, Pick-TN!
White Lily flour (Knoxville) make my county fair Blue Ribbon winning biscuits!
love those strawberries and tomatoes!
I always loved my grandmothers we call them plastic pickles. They were bread and butter pickles, but were very crisp and sweet. We live in the mountain of east TN. Thanks
Love that strawberry and rurbarb pie made in TN
TN homegrown tomatoes are the best!
A somewhat dreaded trip to your state for medical care, turned out to be one of my most enjoyable trips. The road trip my daughter & I took through your beautiful state allowed us to visit some wonderful farmers markets. We so enjoyed the shopping, oh the bargains we found. My daughter was thrilled with the honey & granola she found; but for me it was the baked goods, especially the bread. Passion & pride was clearly seen in these Tennessee communities. We are looking forward to our next visit. In the mean time, winning these would be like a part of Tennessee coming to see me.
There is nothing like going to the local farmer’s market and picking up some fresh squash for a casserole or driving down the highway in Henderson Co. to Anderson’s Market to pick up some fresh fruits and veggies or picking up some seed from Green Thumb Nursery and coming home and planting them in our rich Tennessee soil. In our kitchen, we have canned tomatoes, made salsa, plum jelly and freeze some strawberries for a little taste of summer to enjoy even in the winter with a fresh homemade cake drizzled with strawberries. Yum!
Either way we do it, there is a sense of pride and happiness to teaching our children that fresh is best. We’re proud to live in Tennessee and proud to keep Tennessee traditions and our family traditions alive by supporting our neighbors and strengthening our community.
Clifty Farm ham from Paris Tennessee is the best!
I used to live in Tn. and I miss all of their products and people. My husband wants to be buried there.
I’m always ready to enter a contest. And this one is great. Buy at home when you can.
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