Bring on the Cozy!
Welcome to the Garden Party, where Trace Barnett opens the doors of his home kitchen and family farm to share the recipes that have touched his heart (and stomach). We’ll promise you one thing, you won’t go home hungry.
Festive Fall Tips and Tricks
Trace is known for his artistic proclivities, and that extends to his garden as well. If you’re a fan of digging in the dirt and turning one man’s junk into treasure, come on in!
Try Trace’s savory, sweet summer recipes made with ingredients you can find in your backyard!
How do you attract pollinators to your garden and what factors might affect your pollinator population?
Trace walks you through how to attract honeybees and hummingbirds to your backyard to support their populations while enhancing your garden’s vibrancy.
Meet the Cook
Alabama homesteader, author, cook and entertainer Trace Barnett serves swanky living with southern flavor.
A popular guest on several television shows, Trace Barnett makes regular appearances on news channels in Birmingham, Nashville, Atlanta, and Tupelo. Barnett was a finalist on The Next Food Network Star on Food Network. He was also a finalist on Food Network’s series Comeback Kitchen.
Trace is the author of “Tracing Roots,” his debut cookbook focused on taking a modern approach to living off the land. Trace’s entertaining tips, gardening ideas, recipes, and DIY projects have also been featured in several national and regional magazines and websites.
When Trace is not sharing entertaining tips or teaching people to garden, he enjoys painting and creating art from repurposed materials. He believes in utilizing industrial materials to create beautiful artwork that blurs the lines between organic and inorganic so that they seamlessly flow together. He feels that it is equally important to highlight the integrity of the existing space while salvaging original components and rethinking them in a new and innovative manner. He is best known for his artwork featuring found items arranged on a canvas and covered in white paint, cheekily called “White Trash.”