It Just Makes Sense
If you’ve listened to Farmer Lee Jones for very long, you’ve heard him say that “people eat with their eyes first.” And, he’s right. To a point. In truth, it’s not until all five senses engage that we truly experience the fullness of what it means to taste.
When making a Sunday brunch reservation feels like trying to score tickets to a Beyoncé concert, you know you’re on to something good. That’s kind of how it is at the Army Navy Country Club’s Mother’s Day brunch.
“Flowers,” as Farmer Lee Jones points out, “have been used as inspiration for a myriad of things for thousands of years.” They are “one of the most intimate, seductive things that exist. It’s a flower, it’s to attract. You get the beauty of the color, but you also get the aroma and the bouquet of that flower.”