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Eat This: Dixie rethinks Nashville hot chicken

If you've had proper Nashville hot chicken — hopefully at Prince's in East Nashville, hot chicken's spiritual home — you'll know that the dish was basically forged in the fires of Mordor. The bird arrives with shatteringly crisp skin slathered in a cayenne-and-oil sauce, served on white bread and...
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