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Nashville Hot Chicken Face-Off

Bill Addison, writing for Eater, does a taste comparison between two Nashville hot chicken giants: the possible inventor, Prince’s Hot Chicken and the 2012 newcomer, Hattie B’s. He says Prince’s is explosively hot but the sides aren’t so hot. Hattie B’s chicken heat is scaled back somewhat, and it’s also a lot drippier. The sides are worth eating, too. Which does he prefer? Read the story. Continue reading

Biscuit Love Plus

If all Ellen Margulies had touted in her Nashville Ledger story about where to take Nashville visitors was the Biscuit Love Truck, we’d have been grateful. How about fresh biscuits filled with Nashville hot chicken, local honey, and house-made pickles?! Or the Wash Park: Bear Creek Farm beef burger topped with pimento cheese and Benton’s bacon jam? Or the seasonal Nathaniel: a griddled biscuit topped with buttermilk cheese and local peaches and honey? Yes, get us to the Biscuit Love Truck! One other recommendation that stood out was Hattie B’s, a hot chicken purveyor that opened two years ago and has become hotter’n a whorehouse on nickel night. Continue reading

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