Friday, May 29, 2009
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Thursday, May 28, 2009
We are going to Bowling Green, Kentucky to a Ky-Tenn. Ranch Horse Association show this weekend. Visit their website to learn more about them, http://www.ktrha.com/index.html
We are setting up the Threadventures Embroidery booth and I will be out taking some pictures and videos for your pleasure and to see if I can create some products that would be popular for horse shows and all kinds of business'. Visit Threadventures at the show and also visit the website and see what they can do for you. Here is the link, http://www.threadventuresemb.com/
Stay tuned to the Webbspun Ideas blog and Good Life Aficionado for more news and videos soon.
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
A Tasteful Pursuit
Chefs on Tour for Childhood Hunger
Sunday, May 31, 2009
The Grand Ballroom
231 Sixth Avenue North
6:00 pm - Cocktail Reception
7:00 pm - Exquisite Multi-Course Wine Paired Dinner
Tyler Brown, Executive Chef, The Capitol Grille
Andrew Manchester, Pastry Chef, The Capitol Grille
Sean Brock, McCrady’s Restaurant, Charleston, SC
Hal Holden-Bache, Eastland Café, Nashville, TN
Jason McConnell, Red Pony Restaurant, Franklin, TN
Debra Paquette, Zola, Nashville, TN
Tandy Wilson, City House, Nashville, TN
LIMITED TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT NEW REDUCED PRICE OF $95.00
Tickets are also available by phone at 888.273.6141 or for more info visit http://www.strength.org/a_tasteful_pursuit/
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Monday, May 25, 2009
I made this in honor of the people who have served their country at all levels. Thank you for your service and your sacrifices. May God continue to bless America and may the people of America never forget how we are able to be free. Freedom isn't free because someone paid the price for us to be free.
Take the time today to thank them and say a prayer for the ones who are still doing it.
Here is a video that I found that was made to honor those who serve as well.
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
The songs that they are singing in this video are, "I'll Fly Away" and "Stars Fell on Alabama."
Thursday, May 21, 2009
401 Cartwright Street
Date Inspected: 5/14/2009
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Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Sunday, May 17, 2009
This was recorded at one of Corey's Culinary Club events. It was the "Taste of Europe" and we enjoyed European cheeses and wines with Brandon from Corrieri's and Mark from Vinea telling us about the pairings of the two.
Chad talking about making didgeridoo's, rain sticks and gourd drums. He also talks about harvesting bamboo in Florida.
Visit Chad's website at http://www.drumzrguruven.com/
Tuesday, May 19
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
$15 members / $20 non-members
Love the idea of having a garden, but don’t know where to start? Beginning with plant basics and covering topics such as soil and mulch, watering and fertilizing, and pruning and pest control – this class will teach you all you need to know to keep your garden looking great.
Registration ends Monday, May 18 at noon.
Lunch and Lecture - A Closer Look: The Art of William Christenberry
Thursday, May 21
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
$12 members / $20 non-members (includes lunch)
Drawing from his formal training, family traditions and a lasting relationship with his boyhood home in rural Alabama, William Christenberry has spent the past 50 years creating a remarkable body of work that explores life and the passing of time in the American South. Through clips from his documentary, William A. Christenberry, Jr.: A Portrait, and commentary from Cheekwood’s Curator of Art, discover what inspired the works featured in the exhibition Passing Time: The Art of William Christenberry.
Call 353-9827 to register and order a boxed lunch.
Registration ends Tuesday, May 19 at 5:00 pm.
Ongoing William Edmondson: The Hand and the Spirit
Ongoing The Matilda Geddings Gray Collection of Fabergé
Through June 14 Passing Time: The Art of William Christenberry
Through June 14 Michael Baggarly: Reverberant Measures
Video Installation Gallerie
Through September 20 Lens with a Conscience
Through September 20 Tennessee Abstract Painters
Through September 30 Stay Late 'Til EightFrom May 1 through September 30, Cheekwood is open every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night until 8:00 pm*, with special programs for the entire family on Thursdays in June and July! Come and experience Cheekwood in the evening!
*The Museum of Art will only be open on Thursday evenings.
Intro to Wine 101
A Beginner's Guide to the History, Styles, and Methods of Wine and Winemaking
No expertise required!
Wednesdays from May 20 - June 24 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Come to one class or attend all six classes.
One class - $25 / Three Classes - $60 / All Six - $100
Classes held at Fido - 1812 21st Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37212 - in Hillsboro Village
Email email@example.com for more info or to RSVP
Week One - Evolution of Wine - May 20
5,000 years ago - Middle East (Persia, Egypt, etc)
2,000 years ago - Roman Empire, wine expansion across Europe
1,000 years ago - Middle Ages, monks reinventing wine
300 years ago - European colonisation, wine to the world
30 years ago - Euro-centric industry
Today - Global industry
Traditional heritage inspiring today's modern industry. The concept of fusion in food has the same foundations, evolution through traditional inspiration.
Week Two - The Vineyard - May 27
Where are the vineyards? (latitude connection globally)
Stages of growth of vines
Fruit-driven vs Terrior-driven
Trial and error
Terroir, sense of place, character, inspiration, personal philosophies.
Week Three - The Winery - June 3
White vs Red - difference in fermentation
Tools - Oak Barrels / Stainless Steel tanks, etc
Balance - Fruit, acid, sugar, tannin, oak
Playing with elements to achieve harmony. Showcase this with food as well, same concepts apply, different medium.
Week Four - Fruit - June 10
Practical laying out of a whole heap of different fruits and presenting the concept of taking flavors and using them as descriptors to help communicate thoughts on wine.
Describing wine as you would describe a personality.
Building a basic vocabulary to communicate wine.
Freeing up the experience of "talking in wine speak" and giving them a sense of confidence to say whatever comes to mind.
key flavors matching well with certain food styles (ie Sauv Blanc and sushi! Oh Man!!)
Week Five - Structure - June 17
More in-depth session on this.
Helping people look into a wine's components and make a genuine assessment of its individual parts and how they work together.
Showcase the same concept with food: breakdown the individual structural elements (flavor, texture, etc) and how they work together.
Week Six - Blending - June 24
The Art of Blending
Single Varietal Blending ("barrel selection")
Multiple Varietal Blending (Bordeaux)
Look at the structural differences of individual varieties and see how they can either complement each other or destroy each other when blended together.
Blending components with food, how to apply the same idea in the kitchen.
Friday, May 15, 2009
"Whenever you are asked if you can do a job, tell 'em `certainly I can!` and get busy and find out how to do it.
Food Network And Gaylord Opryland Resort Present: The Southern Food & Wine Festival At Gaylord Opryland
This premiere event will be held at the South's iconic resort July 31-August 2, 2009. It will include a variety of exhibitors, food and wine samplings and food competitions, plus live cooking seminars and exclusive opportunities to meet celebrity chefs including Alton Brown, Bobby & Jamie Deen, and The Neelys.
"We are thrilled to partner with Gaylord Opryland Resort and bring this fantastic wine and food experience to Food Network fans.
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Filmmaker George Lucas, born in Modesto, California in 1944.
His Star Wars movies are greatly influenced by Joseph Campbell's analysis of the mythic hero's journey. Star Wars was filmed in Tunisia and Death Valley.
Lucas said, "Don't avoid the clichés — they are clichés because they work."
Volunteer Ranch Horse Show
Tennessean Dressage Horse Show
Tin Roof in Lexington is open but their website is still under construction and will be up in the next week or so. That is what I was told when I called them directly. Contact them until then by phone at 859-317-9111.
If anyone else has a question, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
1501 Charlotte Avenue
Date Inspected: 5/7/2009
Reje Grab and Go
2815 Bransford Avenue
Date Inspected: 5/7/2009
5751 Old Hickory Blvd
Date Inspected: 5/6/2009
201 Woodland Street
Date Inspected: 5/7/2009
* FRUIT FLIES AROUND THREE COMPARTMENT SINK
* EMPLOYEE HANDLED DIRTY DISHES AND STARTED CUTTING CUCUMBERS WITHOUT WASHING HIS/HER HANDS
* RAW CHICKEN IN DRAWER COOLER IS OUT OF TEMPERATURE
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Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Saturday, May 09, 2009
"The Horse Whisperer"
Yoga and Horses
Visit Curt Pate's website to learn more at effectivestockmanship.com
Friday, May 08, 2009
Visit the Threadventures website: http://www.threadventuresemb.com/
Visit the Ohio Valley Reining Horse Association website: http://www.ovrha.com/
Thursday, May 07, 2009
2510 Murfreesboro Road
Date Inspected: 4/30/2009
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Here were some folks that we met at QuarterFest 2009. This was the first QuarterFest and they are looking to make it an annual thing and I hope it stays in Murfreesboro for a long time. Miller Coliseum is a nice arena for horse shows and it is close to home for us. It was a quiet show with primarily vendors, clinicians and others involved with the show there but I'm sure the weather and all kept most folks away. I look forward to next year and a great crowd in attendance.
Be sure to visit the websites of these good folks and see what they do. Enjoy the video and we'll see you soon at another horse show.
The Cowboy Mounted Shooting folks were cool to watch but it was very noisy. Be sure to check out their website and take in a show the next time they are in town.
This is a unique type of pottery that uses either horse or dog hair in it to give each piece a unique and cool look. This is something to look into if you have an older horse that you would like something beautiful in your house, office or barn to remember them with.
I bought some of the chili and a jar of jalapenos with garlic and onions. So far I have only tried jalapenos with onions and garlic and I loved it.Superb but also pretty hot!
Monday, May 04, 2009
Visit the Certified Horsemanship Association website at http://www.cha-ahse.org/ to learn more.
Southwest Airlines has notified Nashville International Airport (BNA) that effective Aug. 16 through Oct. 30, 2009, it is reducing one flight each to nine markets it currently serves from BNA. Southwest will continue to offer service to each of these cities.
Effective Aug. 16 through Oct. 30, Southwest will reduce one daily flight to each of the following markets:
- Chicago Midway (MDW)
- Los Angeles (LAX)
- New Orleans (MSY)
- Orlando (MCO)
- Philadelphia (PHL)
- Phoenix (PHX)
- Raleigh/Durham (RDU)
- San Diego (SAN)
- Tampa (TPA)
“These are seasonal changes that impact early morning and late evening flights. Southwest added an additional flight to several of these markets earlier this year – in March and May schedules. Southwest and several other airlines continue to offer service to these cities,” said Raul Regalado, president and CEO of the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, which owns and operates Nashville International.