F is for “foodie,” a person with a particular interest in food. Someone who’s always up for trying new places and has a refined but adventurous palate. And this month at Hendersonville Lifestyle, we’re all about feasting with foodies as we just scratch the surface of all the fine eats and drinks our community has … Continued
The Nashville Chamber of Commerce's Chief Economic Development Officer Courtney Ross presented to the Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce on July 10. The presentation was held during the Chamber's regular meeting at the Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club.
KEY Lifelong Learning Lecture Series at Vol State Plant-based nutrition, the Vietnam War, Saudi Arabia and life on Earth are a few of the topics in the KEY Lifelong Learning Lecture Series scheduled at Volunteer State Community College this fall. The lectures began in September continue through October. Everyone is welcome to register and attend. KEY stands … Continued
The 10th annual Sumner County Anti-Drug Coalition Bold Enough Challenge Rodeo was held at Gallatin's Triple Creek Park on July 13 and 14. The event was a fundraiser for the Sumner County Anti-Drug Coalition, a local nonprofit agency that provides county-wide support for substance abuse and dependency.
Nestled in the quiet hills of nearby Robertson County lies a magical place known as Fiddle Dee Farms, home of Shuckles Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch. Just 20 minutes from Hendersonville, the 57-acre homestead is a must-visit destination for family fun. While the farm offers special activities throughout the year, it really comes alive during the fall when the maze…
Marketing executive, celebrity interviewer, voiceover artist and author—Darcy Young wears many hats. In addition, the Hendersonville foodie also knows her way around a kitchen. Whether preparing her favorite dishes at home or creating exciting new recipes for social media and television, Darcy loves to share her passion for cooking.
Miguel Martinez began his career in the food business in San Diego almost 20 years ago, following in the footsteps of his grandfather and his father. He worked at several different upscale eateries over the years, learning every aspect of restaurant life, including serving, cooking and managing the business. Over time, his love of the food business became a family…
Several years ago, many food industry prognosticators forecast the demise of old-fashioned hardcover cookbooks. Given the rapid growth of e-readers and social media sites such as Facebook and Pinterest, it seemed that the days of physical cookbooks were numbered.