July/August Artisan Collective

July 07, 2017
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Here we bring Nashville's creatives together for you. These artisans support farmers and local businesses, keep traditions alive, and make our community unique. Join us in supporting them. To join the Artisan Collective, email us at ediblenash@gmail.com



Photo 1: Carrie Crowell's creations, both elegant and ecletic, would suit any event.
Photo 2: Corner Market is known for their famous Sesame Vinaigrette salad dressing.
Photo 3: 1767's designs are perfect for walls of any kind.

Carrie Crowell is a Nashville-native creating elegant & eclectic floral arrangements for events and celebrations of any kind.
CrowellFloral.com • @CrowellFloral

The Frith family has been producing their Toasted Sesame Vinaigrette for over 20 years here in Nashville. Delicious on any type of green salad, it is also the perfect marinade for chicken, pork, and seafood.


1767 is passionate about designing and creating quality handmade goods rich with history for modern homes. With Southwestern-inspired patterns and art deco influence throughout, 1767 aims to bring our favorite parts of American design to classic tables, sturdy wall art and custom accents that fit seamlessly into the home.
1767designs.com | @1767designs

Photo 1: Amanda Harrison's watercolor art is a perfect addition to brighten your walls.
Photo 2: Compost Nashville provides you with natural soil.

Specializes in watercolors, hand lettered art, and custom pet & home portraits. As a Tennessee native, her Nashville collection of watercolor art is the perfect addition to your growing gallery wall, or commission her to paint your furry family members. The gift of custom art is something to treasure forever.

Compost Nashville’s weekly residential pickup service turns your food scraps into life-nourishing soil and delivers that soil straight to your doorstep twice a year. You collect your food scraps in the provided bin and we do the rest for you. It’s that easy! Read our story on Compost Nashville here
compostnashville.org | @compostnashville

Photo 1: The name "MEEL" comes from a Dutch term for flour or farinaceous, something that has sustained cultures for centuries.
Photo 2: Hunker Bag Co. was born out of a desire to provide people with functional yet trendy travel bags.

Healthy, local, sustainable foods delivered right to your doorstep. We bring the best of the Farmers’ Markets to your kitchen while fostering community, family and wellness around the dinner table. MEEL kits, chef-prepared dinners, and Marketplace provisions to stock the pantry, delivered from the farm to your front door. Read our story on Marti Emch of MEEL here. 
localmeel.com | @localmeel

Hunker Bag Co. is a carry goods company owned and operated by me, Denton Hunker. I specialize in handmade leather and canvas bags.
hunkerbagco.com | @hunkerbagco

Photo 1: The entire line of Walker's Mixers are all natural, created with fresh squeezed juices and premium, uniquely Southern ingredients.
Photo 2: Nashville Chocolate & Nut Co. has been creating one-of-a-kind treats that capture the charm of Music City in every bite.

Walker's mixers are made with fresh squeezed juices & real fruit purees. This refreshing blend makes a perfectly fruitful Margarita cocktail for any soirée. $10-$12. A list of retail locations is available online + they are all available in our web store.

Our new store is open! Come in and see all of Tracy's uniquely Nashville chocolate creations and confections. 4231 Harding Pike, Belle Meade across from St. Thomas Hospital. Nashville Chocolate & Nut Co., "It's Music for your Mouth!" Read more about Tracy Page and Nashville Chocolate and Nut Co here. 

Photo 1: Grinder's Switch Winery also includes a tank room which can hold more than 15,000 gallons of wine.
Photo 2: H Clark Distillery creates hand-crafted Tennessee Bourbon, Gin, New Whiskey and Black & Tan Whiskey.

Family-owned Tennessee winery that has been producing award-winning Tennessee wines for nearly 10 years. Tasting rooms in Marathon Village and in Centerville, TN. Both locations offer tastings and bottles for purchase daily.
gswinery.com | @gswinery

At H Clark Distillery, our goal is not to make a lot of spirits. Our goal is to make a little bit, but make it really good. We proudly make all our spirits, and they can be found at most spirits shop around town. You can also tour, taste and shop at our distillery in Thompson’s Station. Read more about Heath and Becky, owners of HClark Distillery here.
HClarkDistillery.com | @hclarkdistillery

Article from Edible Nashville at http://ediblenashville.ediblecommunities.com/shop/julyaugust-artisan-collective
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