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    Nashville's shortage of diners is an abomination and Fenwick's is definitely a step in the right direction. I'd also add that this place is logistically easy to frequent, compared to its 12 South neighbors.
    Posted by theanony

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    The french dip is bangin. It sure doesn't feel like a diner though.
    Posted by JohntheRevelator

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    Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had.
    Posted by apriljsowell

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    How about a salute to Sunset by adding the Sunset Nachos to either Midtown or Cabana's menu?
    Posted by Scott Larmer

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    Great food.
    Posted by Ever Watchful

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    Had the cod meuniere from the Julia Child menu on Saturday night, paired with a classic French chardonnay, and it was just great.
    Posted by Nicki P. Wood

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    Do not be a chump. Get the sticks to go from Bolton's on 8th and sally two blocks toward Williamson County until you get to Craft Brewed across the street.
    Posted by Irvus

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    Re. the corned beef (and pastrami) in Nashville: almost all restaurants (and most grocery stores) use a different cut of beef than what is typically found in a NY-style deli.
    Posted by jc

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    Sounds like someone needs some nut butter.
    Posted by Sarcastro

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    Still a dick move to put people out of work with no notice. Even if it re-opens, I won't patronize it.
    Posted by MatthewTravels

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    I like Noshville's pastrami, I wonder if it's brisket cut. I will miss them in midtown.

    The Green Hills location has a Green Hills vibe about it that is unpleasant.

    Another good pastrami is at Sliced on White Bridge Rd. - Chicago sandwich folk.
    Posted by JohntheRevelator

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    Have been doing oil pulling for 3 months , however I do swallow after and not waste the
    coconut oil. The acids in the stomach will take care of the pathogens that the oil has pulled.
    Also the coconut oil helps with bowel movement , I would surmise that if there is a detox
    component - this would clearly fill the bill.

    Acemann
    Posted by Acemann

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    Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had.
    Posted by gregorypvaladez

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    Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had.
    Posted by gregorypvaladez

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    chris, it should be julia sullivan, not sutherland.
    Posted by perry c

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    Dang it, I do that every time. I went to college with a Julia Sutherland, but she wasn't must of a cook at all.
    Posted by Chris Chamberlain

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    much to do about musting
    Posted by Westendrail

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    We headed out to Kelly's Berry Farm in Lebanon yesterday. The blueberries there are still plentiful and also very large thanks to all the rain.
    Posted by Lesley Eats

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    What a bunch of hokey, phoney bullshit this place is (and yes, I've been there). This is an urban neighborhood in an alledgely "hip" city, not fucking Gatlinsburg or Disneyland.
    Posted by nothanks

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    My thoughts: http://www.justinbonnema.com/anthony-bourdain-close-to-the-bone/
    Posted by JB

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