For 30 years, The Farm House has been an inviting oasis for hungry pilgrims hankering down home-comfort fare. Dinner plates at The Farm House come piled with your choice of one hefty meat dish and three homespun veggies, complete with cornbread for sopping, tea for whistle-whetting, and a final course of fine cakes, all made from scratch ($14.75). Entrees include chicken breast perched atop a slice of dried beef, enveloped in bacon, smothered in mushroom wine gravy, and served over rice, a dish that topped the menu for decades. Load up on Grandmother’s meatloaf, with turnip greens that turn back time and squash casseroles that see into the future. Lunch-lovers can sit back and let chicken, dumplings, and candied yams take turns square-dancing around the tongue.