A Note from our Founder
My husband, Doug Miller, and I moved to five acres of pasture in Montgomery County in 2003. Together we designed a long-term plan of increasing the biodiversity of the property with native plantings, trees, and a no-till garden. We built The Juniper Spoon kitchen in 2010, a welcoming, bright space with tall ceilings and window views to the woods. Kitchen scraps are composted and returned to the gardens as fertilizer. Daily trips to the garden give us a moment to breathe fresh air and snip some herbs or gather asparagus. Although the gardens don’t provide nearly the quantity we need, they do provide us with a sensibility of the seasons, an appreciation for good soil, and gratitude for the hard work of our partnering farmers. Together with our two girls and a smattering of cats and dogs, we value the beauty of our place, our community, and how they sustain us, both physically and mentally. We are so grateful. -Lali Hess
Our events couldn’t run smoothly without our servers, bartenders and on-site kitchen staff. We take care of our crew so that they take care of you. We are always looking for more crew members; sign up to be put on our email list of contract event workers. No commitment, no experience necessary. We look for responsible team players who enjoy hard work and good food!