The Whites hosted the Farm Dinner celebrating the tobacco smoking season and the fall bounty.
From August to October you'll see tobacco hanging in barns, many of which will be actively smoking.
Tobacco barn on White's farm
Tobacco hanging for "dark" curing.
The tent set up for festivities in the pumpkin field.
Dr. Rick Gregory and Bo Adams
The tables were stylish set by Demetria White with tobacco leaves, soybeans and wood from the farm.
Fluffy sweet potato biscuits by Charles Hunter III were a hit.
Caramelized Apple Cake with Mascarpone Cream by Reggie Marshall and son Reggie Junior, was an absolute dream.
Each setting sported an Avanti cigar made with tobacco from Robertson county.
Smoked brisket and pork sourced from Whites and Gregory Farms and smoked by Justin Dorris and Caleb Starks of The Drunken Pig was melt-in-your-mouth tender.
Music was by singer/song writer Winston Scott.
Master of ceremonies, Demetria White.
Doug Voise and wife, Lisa of the Depot Bar & Grill in downtown Springfield.
Charles Hunter III gives the final touches on his fluffy sweet potato biscuits.
Lisa Voise's Farmhouse Kale Salad
The original Nelson's Distillery is located in Robertson County,
Jackelope Brewery's delicious Thunder Ann Pale Ale
Beachaven Winery up the road in Clarksville, supplied the wine
Avanti cigars made with tobacco from Robertson County.
White & Associates Insuance
Regina Welch Dunn and Dwayne Dunn of White & Associates Insurance