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It is easy to prove why Memphis has GOT to be the best local food city. The city emerged in the early 1800‘s as the world’s biggest cotton and lumber market, bringing a huge population to the Mid-South area and empowering local agriculture, along with its rich river soil. The immense mix of culture transformed the city into a music mecca and created a trademark of culinary fusions. Memphis’s strong sense of culture instills ...Read More »
Hannah is a graduate student at the University of Memphis, studying literature. Her undergraduate degree is in journalism and electronic media from the University of Tennessee where she interned at FoodNetwork.com and Knoxville's MetroPulse. She has worked in restaurants for years and learned all about the culinary arts and local food organization. You can find her articles about local food businesses in the Memphis Downtowner Magazine. She's also an avid music lover--mostly indie rock--and loves to cook.
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