I’ve been wanting to have breakfast at Selma Cafe for some time now, but since they’re only open when I’m usually at work I haven’t been able to do so…until a couple weeks ago & it was a great experience! Selma Cafe is a residential home that the owners open up to the public on Friday mornings for a delicious, home-cooked meal in which they use & support local farmers & produce. You come in, make yourself a name tag (write your name on a piece of masking tape), sit down at the table with everyone else there & enjoy a meal together; it’s warm, inviting, friendly, & a very relaxing way to spend a Friday breakfast. They have a bread box outside which you can sign up for to pick up your very own fresh loaf of bread in to take home with you & they’ve got chickens in the backyard, which they use the eggs from for the breakfasts they serve.
While we were there, we had the pleasure of speaking with one of the homeowners & signed up to help with the Phillips Farm Hoop Build on November 13th; you can sign up here, if you’re interested in participating and here’s more information on hoop-house builds.