In preparation for the Summer Foodways Symposium June 23-25, we look at some other notable 4s in Music City.
Nashville is known for its meat & threes. Word on the street is that the next trend is the meat & four. *We made that up. But wouldn't it be great?
For more on meat-and-three's, read this three-part series on the city's changing mains and sides by Jennifer Justus. The Nashville Eats oral history project chronicles the history and voices behind some of the city's most iconic restaurants.
Jennifer Justus on Nashville’s changing meat-and-threes.
Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack, Swett’s, the Pie Wagon, and more in “Nashville Eats.”
Fisk, Tennessee State, American Baptist, and Meharry Medical.
For even more on Nashville and its foodways, explore these four SFA projects. To everyone registered for the Summer Foodways Symposium, we will see you in Music City on June 23!
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