Farm to Table

Owner Dr. Katy Groves-Mussat has always had a passion for sourcing local products. Farmer and Frenchman prides itself in knowing that when they serve customers, they are serving fresh ingredients from farming neighbors. This has been a tough season for farmers, and we are so impressed with everything they’ve been able to produce despite the… Continue Reading

Local Artist Displays Works in Cafe

Local Artist Displays Works in Cafe

  When dining at F&F, guests are surrounded by splendid countryside views, amazing architectural design, and stunning artwork. Just as many ingredients in the kitchen are sourced locally, the artwork displayed in the cafe are works all done by Jonathan Hittner, a local artist. F&F is honored to display Hittner’s artwork and appreciates the vibrant… Continue Reading

F&F Kitchen Garden

F&F Kitchen Garden

    Farmer & Frenchman is committed to using local tri-state products and sourcing many ingredients from KY Proud Producers. Quality ingredients used in many dishes also come from Farmer & Frenchman’s very own Kitchen Garden. The Kitchen Garden is maintained by owner Katy Groves-Mussat and she is often accompanied by her children who love… Continue Reading

French Apéritif Style Reception at F&F

French Apéritif Style Reception at F&F

One of the key decisions you’ll need to make when planning your reception is how the meal will be served. The way you serve your food will also determine the menu and the style of seating.  One of our favorite styles of reception food service is the French Apéritif.  Below we describe just how this… Continue Reading

Wine Lingo Basics: Terroir

Wine Lingo Basics: Terroir

Once you start tasting wines, you’ll notice there are a whole lot of new words to learn like tannin, bouquet, cru, and legs. In the series “Wine Lingo Basics,” we will cover some of these terms and how to use them. Terroir is a French term that we use to describe wine and it means… Continue Reading

The Roots of Farmer and Frenchman: Part 1

The Roots of Farmer and Frenchman: Part 1

Our story of the Farmer and the Frenchman: Introduction Hubert and I met in South Beach Miami in 2009. I was working on my doctorate in Medical Anthropology at the University of Alabama, and I was in Miami to do research on urban agriculture and local food movements. Hubert was born and raised in Paris, and… Continue Reading