Hot Chicken, Buttermilk Biscuits, and 100 More Southern Recipes from Music City
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Praise For Nashville Eats: Hot Chicken, Buttermilk Biscuits, and 100 More Southern Recipes from Music City…
“Nashville Eats perfectly captures the spirit of Music City. It’s an incredible collection of recipes that makes you want to spend as much time as possible in Nashville.”
— Sean Brock, chef and author of Heritage
"I wouldn't dream of going out to eat in Nashville without consulting Jennifer Justus first. The lady knows from tasty and I know I won't waste a single bite on her watch. Problem is, I don't get down there nearly as often as I'd like, so Nashville Eats is a blessing. In it, she's bringing home the flavor of the city she loves, and the stories behind the recipes are just as satisfying as the dishes they produce."
— Kat Kinsman, editor in chief of "Tasting Table"
"A love letter to the working class cooking of Nashville, a crack at codifying the foodways of middle Tennessee, an homage to fabled locals like hot chicken queen Andre Prince Jeffries, a roster of recipes that includes a Kitty Wells-inspired orange and coconut cake: Nashville Eats by Jennifer Justus is a well-honed cultural passkey to one of America’s great culinary cities."
— John T. Edge, coeditor, Southern Foodways Alliance Community Cookbook
“Learn how to make Music City’s famous hot chicken at home, along with regional dishes like buttermilk biscuits, pulled pork sandwiches, fried green tomatoes and chess pie. Alongside 100 Nashville recipes, author Jennifer Justus shares her personal stories of the city—the people, music, history and food that make the city so special.”
— Food Republic
Harry N. Abrams, 9781617691690, 256pp.
Publication Date: October 6, 2015
About the Author
Jennifer Justus, the former culture reporter at the Tennessean and author of The Food Lovers’ Guide to Nashville, is an expert on Southern food. Her work has appeared in Southern Living, Cornbread Nation: The Best of Southern Food Writing, Imbibe, and more. Justus blogs at a nasty bite, an expression her grandmother used to describe a simple meal.