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OCTOBER 2019

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LOCAL FOODIES CELEBRATE FOOD AND DRINK IN OCTOBER

LIVEN UP YOUR DINING EXPERIENCE WITH SALT BLOCK COOKING CAJUN BOIL PERFECTION AT THE STORMING CRAB COOL YOUR THIRST WITH AN ORANGE BLOSSOM RING OF FIRE SPECIAL


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LIFESTYLE LETTER

OCTOBER 2019 PUBLISHER

Lynn Bowles | lynn.bowles@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Rick Murray | rick.murray@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Rick Murray, Lynn Bowles

Fabulous Food in the City by the Lake

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Rick Murray, Lynn Bowles

FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD... Are you hungry, Hendersonville? We’re sure you will be when you read—or should we say, devour—this issue, the most drool-worthy one of the year, the Foodie issue! We spent the last few months scouring the streets in search of the most delicious bites our area has to offer, and we found more than enough material to fill these pages and to whet your appetites. Narrowing down all the sensational local flavors and global cuisines in the area was no easy task, but we are confident this issue is an accurate representation of Hendersonville's emerging reputation as a true dining destination. While we don’t like to play favorites, the food issue is near and dear to our stomachs

CORPORATE TEAM

and our hearts. After all, food is not only nourishing (and delicious), but it also brings

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

people together—whether it’s a special anniversary dinner, a much-needed lunch

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

break with coworkers, a friend’s birthday party or even a casual weeknight meal

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

with family. Food is often considered one of life’s great pleasures.

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

Consider this issue your guide to our area, featuring the best places to satisfy your hunger. We offer our local epicureans a variety of stories sure to tickle your taste buds. From salt block cooking to boiled cajun seafood to a creative hometown cocktail, you

EDITORIAL MANAGER Nicolette Martin AD MANAGER Chad Jensen REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

can't go wrong with our October issue. Dig in, Hendersonville, and we look forward to seeing you around!

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INSIDE THE ISSUE OCTOBER 2019

FEATURES 16 Liven Up Your Dining Experience with Salt Block Cooking Himalayan Salt Blocks from the Dawn of Time Add a New Element to Food Preparation

20 Ahoy, Mateys! Your Cajun Boil has Arrived Low Country Cuisine Shines at the Storming Crab

26 Gimme S’more Build Your Own S’mores Board

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30 Orange Blossom Ring of Fire Special A Hendersonville OldFashioned Cocktail

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Culinary Creations

26 Food & Wine 30 Hops & Vine 33 Realty Report 34 Lifestyle Calendar


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Tyme Performs at the Summer Concert Series Local classic rock band Tyme performed before a large crowd at the Streets of Indian Lake on July 18. The event was held as part of the annual Summer Concert Series that occurs

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1. Tyme performs during the Summer Concert Series. | 2. A large crowd was there to enjoy Tyme’s performance. | 3. Rick Carpenter sings during Tyme’s performance. | 4. Tyme performs classic rock hits for the crowd. | 5. Tyme leader Joel Motel sings classic rock favorites. | 6. Drummer Alan Valentine keeps the beat rocking.

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Gallatin Independence Day Celebration The City of Gallatin hosted its annual Independence Day Celebration at Triple Creek Park on July 4.

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1. The Gallatin Fire Department’s bubble splash area was popular for kids of all ages. | 2. Kids play in the bubble splash area. | 3. Jon Harris puts on a demonstration at his CrossFit Gallatin booth. | 4. Kids of all ages beat the heat in the bubbles. | 5. Kids had fun with the bubbles while awaiting the fireworks. | 6. Children play in bounce houses at the Gallatin Independence Day Celebration. 8

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The 15th Annual HEAT Kids Triathlon The Hendersonville Endurance Athletic Team (HEAT) held its 15th annual Kids Triathlon at the Sumner County Family YMCA on Saturday morning, Aug. 3. The swim, bike and run event drew more than 150 competitors, ranging from ages 6 to 15. Children competed in two separate divisions—junior, for ages 6 through 10, and senior, for ages 11 through 15.

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1. A young triathlete removes his goggles after completing his swim leg. | 2. Soren Smith is excited as he nears the finish line. | 3. Josh Dowell starts his run leg during the Kids Triathlon. | 4. Adelle Shipley heads toward the finish line of the Kids Triathlon. | 5. Jay Denning begins his swim during the Kids Triathlon. | 6. McCallum Baxter begins his bike leg.

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Waddell and Reed Ribbon Cutting The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Waddell and Reed at their new office at 100 Bluegrass Commons Blvd., Suite 2100.

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1. Amanda Foster shares a moment with Chad Richards. | 2. Chamber members supported the ribbon cutting. | 3. Guests were invited to putt for prizes during the ribbon cutting. | 4. Waddell and Reed celebrates its ribbon cutting. | 5. A large number of guests attended the ribbon cutting ceremony. | 6. Rip Beazley and Melissa French share a moment. October 2019 | Hendersonville Lifestyle

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Sumner Fest Held at Sanders Ferry Park The second annual Sumner Fest was held at Sanders Ferry Park on Saturday, Aug. 10.  Hosted by the Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Hendersonville Department of Parks and Recreation, Sumner Fest featured an evening filled with hot air balloons, music, food, drink and fun. The popular event attracted thousands of visitors from across Middle Tennessee.

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1. Sumner Fest 2019 attracted thousands of visitors. | 2. The first “Hendersonville Has Spirit” featured a variety of area cheer and dance teams. | 3. Lesley Sinks is having fun face painting. | 4. Glowing hot air balloons were one of the highlights of Sumner Fest. | 5. Sumner Fest 2019 offered a variety of activities for guests of all ages. | 6. Milton Patton Jr. performs during Sumner Fest.

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Orgain Vision Comes to the YMCA's Tiny Town Organ Vision became the latest business to take up residence in the Sumner County Family YMCA's Tiny Town children's play area on Aug. 14.

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1. Dr. Rick Orgain and his staff pose in front of his “office” in Tiny Town. | 2. Dr. Rick Orgain is all smiles with a future optometrist in front of Tiny Town. | 3. Dr. Rick Orgain poses with YMCA executive director Kathy Raglin. | 4. The Orgain Vision “office” in Tiny Town holds a ribbon cutting. | 5. Dr. Rick Orgain poses with his daughter, Katherine Orgain Louw, in front of Tiny Town. | 6. Children having fun in the new Orgain Vision “office” in Tiny Town. 10

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AROUND TOWN and Dr. Daniel Popkin welcomed dozens of guests to their facility. Drs. Mann and Popkin and their team offer their patients a variety of services, including general dermatology, skin cancer surgery, aesthetic dermatology and varicose vein treatments.

VOL STATE EXPANDING YOUR HORIZONS SCIENCE EVENT Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a oneday conference that helps girls in grades fivenine  develop a passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Hands-on workshops will be held in chemistry, biology, math, health sciences, information technology and engineering. It will be held on Saturday, Oct.  5 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will also be workshops for

TRISTAR HENDERSONVILLE MEDICAL CENTER HOSTS ROBOTICS DEMONSTRATION

adults who want to stay for the day. The $20 regis-

TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center hosted a

tration fee includes a t-shirt, lunch and workshop

robotics demonstration for 80 area high school stu-

materials. Scholarships are available. To register,

dents Aug. 28. Participants included learners from

visit the EYH webpage at VolState.edu.

Merroll Hyde, Pope John Paul II, Hendersonville and Beech high schools. Students studying biology, computer technology and engineering, and health sciences visited the hospital to hear presentations about the robotic surgery and then to try their own skills with robot simulators.

THEATER FOR KIDS AT VOL STATE IN OCTOBER City living versus the country lifestyle is an age-old debate for humans, and in classic literature, also for mice. The children’s theater production of City MouseCountry Mouse will be staged by the Volunteer State Community College Theater students in October. The Aesop fable gets a modern reworking as the City Mouse visits his cousin in the country.

INNOVA DERMATOLOGY GRAND OPENING AND RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a grand opening and ribbon cutting for

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City Mouse isn’t thrilled with rural life and invites Country Mouse to live with him in the city. Plenty of humorous problems arise. In the end, both mice find that home is where you make it. It’s planned as a fun evening for the whole family.

Innova Dermatology at their new location at 105

The college is staging performances for schools

Maple Road Blvd. on Aug. 2. During the ceremony,

during the week and also holding public shows on

Innova founders and owners Dr. Margaret Mann

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Upcoming Holiday Events When Pigs Fly Join us for fun at the Barn with foot stompin' Bluegrass and the Best BBQ around to support the Sumner Teen Center. When: October 12, 2019| 6:00 to 9:00 PM Where: Bagsby Ranch 1628 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin, TN 37066 Benefiting: Sumner Teen Center Tickets: $40/person

Appalachian Christmas Dinner Experience an Appalachian evening with authentic food, music by Holly Wood & the Extras, and storytelling by author, Bill Landry. When: December 8, 9, 10, 2019 | 6:30 PM Where: Garrott's Stonewall House 332 E. Main St., Gallatin, TN Benefiting: Sumner County Museum Tickets: $50/person

Annual St. Nicholas Ball This lively event is a favorite and offers an evening of music, fun, and celebration all to support a great cause, the Make-A-Wish Foundation. When: December 7, 2019| 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Where: Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club 550 Johnny Cash Pkwy. Hendersonville, TN Benefiting: Make-A-Wish Foundation of Middle Tennessee Tickets: $150/person

For tickets and a full calendar of HolidayFest events please visit our website!

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AROUND TOWN Friday, Oct. 4 and Saturday, Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. There

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to follow their four F's—focus, faith, fear and finish.

go to fund student scholarships. The play will be

Melanie Lowe, the owner of Cornerstone

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VOL STATE ANNOUNCES NEW PRESIDENT'S AMBASSADORS Volunteer State Community College recently announced its president’s ambassadors for 20192020. The ambassadors represent the college at events, conduct campus tours and help with public relations. Students selected for the president’s ambassadors scholarship program go through a rigorous vetting and interview process. Successful candidates are selected from more than 2,000 eligible students. To be eligible for the program, students must have a cumulative 3.0 grade point average and have completed at least 12 college-level credit hours at Vol State. Students selected serve a one-year term.

THE 2019 WOMEN IMPACTING THE COMMUNITY CELEBRATION The 2019 Women Impacting the Community Celebration presented by the Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce and TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center was held at the Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club Aug. 15. The annual event is designed to encourage female business professionals and to help them connect with their peers and their community. This year's celebration featured three well-know

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CULINARY CREATIONS

ARTICLE RICK MURRAY | PHOTOGRAPHY LYNN BOWLES, RICK MURRAY

DINING EXPERIENCE WITH SALT BLOCK COOKING

HIMALAYAN SALT BLOCKS FROM THE DAWN OF TIME ADD A NEW ELEMENT TO FOOD PREPARATION

THROUGHOUTÂ THE PAST DECADE, COOKING SHOWS HAVE EXPLODED ACROSS VARIOUS CABLE TV CHANNELS, WITH

Moreover, we all like to sample new food items prepared in different ways.

SOME NETWORKS ENTIRELY DEVOTED

One of the most popular food prep trends is

TO FOOD AND THE ART OF PREPARATION.

cooking and serving over Himalayan salt blocks.

Offering a diverse array of chefs and their cus-

Salt block cooking has taken off in large

tom-crafted recipes, these programs draw in

part due to its eco-friendly nature and its

millions of viewers each week.

uniqueness. Unlike new types of ovens

The key to understanding this phenomenon is really quite simple.

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We all like to eat.

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or cooking utensils, salt blocks represent an entirely new approach toward the


Salt MedSpa co-owner Glen Mitchell grills up some tasty treats on a Himalayan salt block sitting atop a charcoal grill.

FOR SALT BLOCKS AND RECIPE BOOK SALT MEDSPA 393 E. Main St., Suite V, Hendersonville 615.824.7258 SaltMedSpa.com RECIPE BOOK:  Salt Block Cooking Author: Mark Bitterman ISBN: 978-1-4494-3055-9 Price: $24.99

preparation and serving of food. Food cooked over salt blocks

been mined, they are typically graded depending upon their min-

can be prepared in a variety of ways, including browning, crisping,

eral characteristics. Food-grade salt blocks are usually labeled as

roasting, curing and even freezing. Regardless of the manner of

either “tableware/serving”, for cool temperature use, or “cooking/

cooking employed, salt blocks interact naturally with each food

cookware”, for use on stovetops or grills.

item depending upon the levels of moisture, fats, sugars/starches and nutritional composition.

Himalayan salt blocks are available from a variety of retailers and online merchants. Locally, they can be purchased from

Along with the culinary advantages, salt blocks also provide a

Salt MedSpa in Hendersonville. Prices range from $15 to $80,

colorful, visual experience for diners during both food preparation

depending upon the size and grade of the stones. Salt MedSpa

and serving cycles. Salt block colors vary with heating and may

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range from nearly transparent to bright oranges, reds and deep

Block Cooking, by Mark Bitterman. This book contains dozens of

blues. Food served on salt blocks take on an entirely new appear-

scrumptious recipes that are certain to make any chef want to

ance when compared to traditional plating techniques.

expand their cooking skills into the salt world.

All salt blocks originate from Asia near the Himalayan mountain range. Most of the salt blocks available today have been extracted from ancient mines in Pakistan. Once the blocks have

To further entice you to give salt block cooking a try, we are proud to offer up a special seafood recipe that is sure to please. CONTINUED >

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CULINARY CREATIONS

(CON TI N U ED)

Salt block scallops with grilled peppers

SALT BLOCK SCALLOPS WITH GRILLED PEPPERS INGREDIENTS + 1 medium-size (10-12inch perimeter) square Himalayan salt block + 1 pound jumbo scallops (typically 10-12 scallops per pound) + 2 large bell peppers + 2 tablespoons of olive oil + Salt (to taste) + Black Pepper (to taste)

DIRECTIONS

1. Slowly heat the salt block on a burner or grill until the temperature approaches 500 degrees on the top surface of the block (verify with a non-contact food thermometer). 2. Dry off the scallops and set them on a plate until they achieve room temperature. 3. Chop the bell peppers into bite-size pieces and set aside. 4. Coat each of the scallops lightly with olive oil and place each one on the salt block, being careful not to place them to close too each other. Note: Be sure to use high-temperature oven mitts and kitchen tongs. 5. Add in the bell pepper pieces. Note: Depending upon the size of the scallops, food preparation may require cooking the meal in batches. 6. Cook the scallops for approximately 2 minutes until they start to turn brown on the outside. Flip the scallops over on the salt block and cook for an additional 1 to 1 1/2 minutes until they have a light crust. 7. Add salt and black pepper as desired. 8. Remove the scallops and peppers and place on serving dishes. Note: For additional visual appeal, serve the salt block on a table and serve the meal directly from the block.

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A scrumptious whole lobster boil is ready to be feasted upon.

LOW COUNTRY CUISINE SHINES AT THE STORMING CRAB

Ahoy, Mateys!

Your Cajun Boil has Arrived

ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY RICK MURRAY

IMAGINE A COZY RESTAURANT, FILLED WITH THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF THE COAST. Spicy aromas fill the air, drawing you and your guests into a world of seafood delight. As you nibble a bit of succulent crab and wash it down with a cold brew, you gaze out of a window to catch a view of the high tide rolling in. Suddenly, you are whisked back to reality as you realize that instead of gazing at the Gulf Coast, you are just a short distance from Rivergate Mall. This experience is a common occurrence for guests at the Storming Crab. Since 2018, the Storming Crab has become the premier destination for diners seeking to enjoy the best in Cajun-style seafood. From fresh oysters to blue crab to expansive low country boils, the Storming Crab is the place to go for delicious seafood, great service and a fun, family-friendly atmosphere. 20

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“We are a family-owned restaurant, and we are committed to serving the best food at a fair price,” says Jay Weng, co-owner of the Storming Crab. “Outstanding seafood, great drinks and superior customer service are the hallmarks of our business.” Along with his brother Kevin and his cousin Nan, Jay created the Storming Crab concept several years ago. Having been raised in a restaurant background, the trio was destined to follow in the family business. “We learned at an early age what it takes to be successful in a family-owned business,” says Jay. “We believe that only small, locally-owned restaurants such as ours can deliver the blend of great food and great service that our customers deserve.” From its original eatery, the Storming Crab has expanded to eight  restaurants spread across four  states, including New York, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. In Tennessee, the Storming Crab can be found in Madison, Clarksville and Knoxville. Each restaurant is managed by a family member who ensures that every guest enjoys the best in customer service. Regardless of the location, all Storming Crab restaurants offer up the same irresistible blend of seasoned, boiled seaOysters are available in many different ways at the Storming Crab.

food, specialty drinks and a true southern coastal dining experience. “Our menu items are cooked in a Cajun-style similar to that found in Louisiana and South Alabama,” says Jay. “We boil it with special low CONTINUED >

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AHOY, MATEYS!

(CON TI N U ED)

country spices, and then we cook it further in a blend of but-

The Storming Crab’s signature items are its combo platters,

ter and our unique crab house blend seasoning. The added

which consist of a blend of seafood, sausage, red potatoes and corn

flavors complement the natural taste of our fresh seafood.”

cooked together in a choice of boil flavors and spice “heat” levels.

Along with its emphasis on taste, the Storming Crab is also committed to serving only the freshest gulf seafood.

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The combo meals are served in a large plastic bag inside of a bucket in true Cajun style.

“Seafood quality is greatly dependent upon freshness,”

Along with the boiled entrees, the Storming Crab also offers a

adds Jay. “We have all of our seafood items, including shrimp,

wide variety of fried seafood baskets, fresh oysters and specialty

clams, mussels, lobster and crawfish, delivered daily. Our

appetizers, including its popular seafood bread. The restaurant also

seafood is always fresh, never frozen.”

features a full bar featuring craft beers, wines and signature drinks,

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including the Hurricane Jay, the Storming Rob and the Crawfish Bloody Mary. This far-from-the-coast, fresh seafood tends to be priced at market, which can be expensive. However, the Storming Crab always strives to

For Hendersonville area residents, there is no longer a need to travel to the Gulf Coast to experience great, Cajun-style seafood. Instead of a 10-hour drive to Louisiana, just pack up the family and take a quick 10-minute trip to Madison.

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Upcoming Holiday Events A Night in Monte Carlo Enjoy an lively evening of fun with dinner prepared by The Go Go Gourmet, music, play for fun, and door prizes. When: October 26, 2019| 7:00 to 10:00 PM Where: Clarendale at Indian Lake 195 Indian Lake Blvd. Hendersonville, TN Benefiting: The Senior Center Tickets: $75/person

Garlands & Glitter Fashion and fun for all! The annual fashion show is back with live entertainment by Cherish Lee & the best of today’s fashions by Dillard's! When: November 2, 2019| 6:00 to 10:00 PM Where: Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club 550 Johnny Cash Pkwy. Hendersonville, TN Benefiting: The YMCA After Breast Cancer Program Tickets: $60/person

Tablescapes & Fashion Show Join us for a taste of the holidays during the inaugural Tablescapes & Fashion Show with styles by My Style Scoop! When: November 16, 2019| 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM Where: Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club 550 Johnny Cash Pkwy. Hendersonville, TN Benefiting: Community Life Bridge Tickets: $40/person

For tickets and a full calendar of HolidayFest events please visit our website!

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FOOD & WINE

GIMME S'MORE BUILD YOUR OWN S’MORES BOARD PHOTOGRAPHY NICOLETTE MARTIN + DANA RUDOLPH

WHAT

YOU NEED

// Graham crackers // Chocolate bars // Peanut butter cups // Sprinkles // Sea Salt // Chocolate syrup // Caramel syrup // Raspberries // Coconut flakes // Marshmallows // Marshmallow fluff (vegetarian)

MIX +

MATCH

Graham crackers + chocolate bars + marshmallow + caramel syrup + sea salt Graham crackers + peanut butter cups + marshmallow fluff + chocolate syrup Graham crackers + chocolate bars + marshmallow fluff + sprinkles Graham crackers + chocolate bars + marshmallow + raspberries + coconut flakes

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HOPS & VINE

Orange Blossom Ring of Fire Special

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ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY LYNN BOWLES

ORANGE BLOSSOM RING OF FIRE SPECIAL

HENDERSONVILLE HAS LONG BEEN KNOWN FOR MANY THINGS, INCLUDING ITS PARKS AND ITS PROXIMITY TO OLD HICKORY LAKE. It is also famous for being the home of many famous country music legends, including the late Johnny and June Carter Cash. However, despite all its fame, the Hendersonville has never had a drink named for it. That is, until now. Inspired by the famous Cash albums Ring of Fire and Orange Blossom Special, we created a new drink to help usher in fall. With the assistance of tal-

DIRECTIONS

ented mixologists from Pour Vous! and Safari’s Grill,

1. Place the sugar cube in an “old-fashioned” glass.

we are proud to announce the “Orange Blossom

2. Saturate the sugar cube with Angostura Orange

Ring of Fire Special.”

Bitters and add Orange Blossom Water, an orange slice (rind removed) and a couple of cherries. 3. Muddle until dissolved. 4. Fill the glass with ice cubes and add bourbon. 5. Add orange juice and a splash of grenadine.

INGREDIENTS + 1 ounce Belle Meade Sour Mash Bourbon

6. Garnish with orange slices and cherries. If you choose to make your own drinks, Pour Vous! can supply all of the ingredients. However, if you prefer to have your drink made to order, stop in to Safari’s.

+ Angostura Orange Bitters + 2-3 drops of Orange Blossom Water

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+ 2 ounces orange juice

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REALTY REPORT

REALTY REPORT

NEIGHBORHOOD

HENDERSONVILLE

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$453,937

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576 Nottingham Ave #514

$459,990

$454,990

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587 Nottingham Ave #572

$469,000

$469,000

100%

0

4

3

1009 Somerset Downs Blvd

$469,900

$450,000

96%

3

4

5

109 Manor Way

$475,000

$472,471

99%

3

4

3

101 Stoney Brook Way

$479,900

$465,000

97%

31

4

4

161 Clifftop Dr

$489,900

$483,000

99%

24

4

4

1031 Tower Hill Ln

$489,900

$479,000

98%

49

4

4

1562 Drakes Creek Lot#11

$495,900

$505,675

102%

41

4

4

100 Governors Point Blvd

$529,900

$529,900

100%

32

5

4

1148 Stirlingshire Dr

$530,000

$530,000

100%

24

4

3

113 Worcesters Point

$534,500

$534,950

100%

34

4

3

1091 Luxborough Drive

$539,900

$555,265

103%

330

4

3

109 Worcesters Point

$539,950

$539,950

100%

13

4

4

210 South Malayna Drive

$546,993

$546,933

100%

1

4

4

143 Waterview Dr

$549,900

$514,900

94%

5

4

3

195 Ashington Circle #93

$549,990

$538,990

98%

15

4

5

98 Pilot Knob Ln

$564,000

$540,000

96%

59

5

3

1008 Heathrow Dr

$574,900

$574,900

100%

20

4

4

1086 Latimer Ln

$575,000

$575,000

100%

16

4

3

102 Ashland Pt

$589,900

$560,000

95%

78

4

4

106 Pembroke Ct

$675,880

$640,000

95%

5

5

6

113 Breakwater N

$795,000

$795,000

100%

1

5

5

$1,350,000

$1,250,000

93%

119

4

3

114 Walnut Dr

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OCTOBER

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

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Tour. Tours begin at 4 p.m. Tickets cost $12-$15.

26

DAYS GONE BY—TRACTOR AND THRESHING SHOW

11

HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW AND BAKE SALE

The Days Gone By Tractor and

RHYTHM IS OUR BUSINESS: SWING DANCE WEEKEND

Hendersonville

250 Hancock Street, Gallatin

29th Annual Holiday Craft Show

wheat, but that’s not all! See a

Rhythm is Our Business offers

and Bake Sale. More than 80 booths

sawmill in action, sample some

three days of dance instruction and

with handcrafted items including jew-

homemade apple cider and taste

demonstrations. This year, enjoy

elry, fine art, ladies and kids clothes,

some homemade ice cream! And,

main track instruction by Kelly

and home and seasonal décor. There

of course, the tractor show is one

Arsenault (Knoxville), Gaby Cook

will be "Freezer Pleezers," special

event that everyone loves! Enjoy

(NYC), Rafal Pustelny (NYC), and

crafts just for kids, lunch items and a

booths, music and food for the

Jon Tigert (Boston) and a youth

silent auction. Proceeds will fund mis-

whole family! Tickets cost $5.

track

sion programs for area organizations.

Days Gone By Museum, Portland

Threshing Show Oct. 4-5 includes a

demonstration

threshing

of

5

FIREPLACE CHATS: LEGENDS OF THE BELL WITCH Goodlettsville Visitor's Center and Historic Mansker's Station

In 1820, a mysterious entity reportedly haunted the Bell family of Robertson County. It became one of the great-

217 E. Main St., Hendersonville

taught

by

Kerry

Kapaku

First

United

Methodist Church women host their

(Indianapolis) and Viktor Lilliard (Columbus).

Multiple

musical

performers will also be on hand. Admission costs $30-$150.

20 IF THESE LOGS COULD TALK: THE DUEL

26 SUMNER COUNTY WINE AND BREW FESTIVAL

Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club

Wines and brews are the stars of

the

show

at

the

Sumner

County Wine and Brew Festival

Historic Wynnewood

in

Hendersonville! This

exciting

est legends in the history of the

Brian Allison, historic consultant

upscale festival will be held at the

state. The story both fascinated and

and author of Notorious Nashville:

Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club.

terrified generations of Tennesseans,

Scoundrels, Rogues & Outlaws, will

The festival will feature a superb

but how much truth lies behind the

offer a talk on 19th-century pistol

selection of wines, beers, tastings

folklore? This presentation looks at

duels on the grounds of Historic

from restaurants and live entertain-

the often surprising facts behind the

Wynnewood. Along with the presen-

ment. Tickets cost $80-$100.

saga. Admission is free; reservations

tation, there will also be authentic

are required.

dueling demonstrations. Tours of the Wynnewood log house will be offered

5

1-5 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and

THE 23RD ANNUAL CANDLELIGHT CEMETERY TOUR

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Many of Sumner County’s most

FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT: THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS

Gallatin City Cemetery

fascinating characters are buried in the Gallatin City Cemetery, which is

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$5 for children.

Palace Theater

home to tombstones and memorials

The Secret Life of Pets is a favorite

We are always accepting sub-

dating back to 1818. Come hear the

family-friendly movie, and it is playing

missions for events you'd like to

life stories from those who lay to rest

in Tennessee’s oldest movie theater,

see included in our Calendar sec-

while following the candle-lit path

The Palace Theatre in Gallatin! Bring

tion. Submissions are accepted

through the cemetery during the

the family for a memorable movie

via

23rd Annual Candlelight Cemetery

night! Admission costs $3.

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