Episode 3421

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Tennessee Crossroads

December 17, 2020

Season 34 | Episode 21

This week on Tennessee Crossroads, Laura Faber visits the Leiper's Fork Distillery. For more than 30 years, The Catfish Kitchen has been attracting happy diners to Burns, TN. Joe Elmore explores a Bristol, TN museum called "The Birthplace of Country Music." Ken Wilshire travels to a community near McKenzie to learn the story of Christmasville, one of the earliest towns in West Tennessee.

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Leiper's Fork Distillery on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Leiper’s Fork Distillery

Franklin, TN

This week on Tennessee Crossroads, we get a taste of Williamson County history from a glass of whiskey, and visit the first legal distillery to open there since the early 1900’s. As Laura Faber learned - the Leiper’s Fork Distillery is making whiskey the old-fashioned way. Brought to you by Nashville Public Television.


Catfish Kitchen on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Catfish Kitchen

Burns, TN

For more than 30 years, The Catfish Kitchen has been attracting happy diners to Burns, TN for the great food and family feel.


Birthplace of Country Music on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Birthplace of Country Music

Bristol, VA

Joe Elmore explores a Bristol, TN museum called "The Birthplace of Country Music."


Christmasville on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Christmasville

McKenzie, TN

Ken Wilshire travels to a community near McKenzie to learn the story of Christmasville, one of the earliest towns in West Tennessee.