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Tne government reports one in six Americans struggle with hunger. That’s nearly 50 million of us. One way to raise awareness here is to have people experience the struggles faced by low-income families.
Rob Wilds heads to White’s Creek and a restaurant where Gulf Coast cuisine and country music make for a fine recipe. Visit www.tennesseecrossroads.org for more information about this story and how your contributions to Nashville Public Television will keep this show on the air.
Ken Wilshire checks out a restaurant in Clarksville where everyone feels like part of one big family. Visit www.tennesseecrossroads.org for more information about this story and how your contributions to Nashville Public Television will keep this show on the air.
Enjoy Knoxville’s food tour and discover the best dining options downtown has to offer. From coffee shops and desserts to international flavors, downtown Knoxville has something for everyone.
www.knoxbaconfest.com – We’ve always known country was cool. Bacon has become oh so popular, but it’s always reigned supreme in the Appalachian Mountains. With rural frugality almost an obsession, mountaineers have historically eaten every part of the pig, from the ears to the lips to the feet. This way of eating and cooking has become a national obsession; Mockingbird Events wanted to create an event to bring it back home.
King Tut’s is famous. If it isn’t, it should be. The food is great, there’s no doubt about it. But what keeps people coming back is the owner. You must meet Mo for yourself to understand. He steals the show.
Ye Olde Steakhouse is home to the best steaks in the city, but that isn’t the only reason people continue to come back to this Knoxville culinary landmark. From the rustic home-like atmosphere to being named one of the 100 best things about Tennessee football, this dining location is on the top of every Knoxville residents’ list of places to dine and should be for visitors too.