Episode 3503

Tennessee Crossroads

July 15, 2021

Season 35 | Episode 03

This week on Tennessee Crossroads, Joe Elmore explores a fire chief’s legacy at the Garland King Museum. Miranda Cohen meets a father and daughter team of chocolate makers. Ed Jones visits a Lewisburg creator of artistic fire pits. And Rob Wilds samples the barbecue at Peg Leg Porker. Presented by Nashville Public Television.

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Poppy and Peep on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Poppy and Peep

Nashville, TN

Miranda Cohen meets a father and daughter team with a sweet business.


Garland King Museum on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Garland King Museum

Shelbyville, TN

Joe Elmore tours a one of a kind museum in Shelbyville.


Mann Made Fire Pits on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Mann Made Fire Pits

Lewisburg, TN

Since the dawn of time, folks have enjoyed sitting around the fire. With the advent of central heat, it's become less about survival and more about special occasions with friends and family. Tennessee Crossroads found an artist in Lewisburg, TN who has a talent for making those evenings around the fire very special indeed. Join us Nashville Public Television to find out more.


Peg Leg Porker BBQ on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Peg Leg Porker BBQ

Nashville, TN

Other than politics and football, the most controversial topic of discussion among Tennesseans could easily be barbecue. You know how it goes: Daddy likes dry rub, Mama likes lots of wet sauce and crazy Uncle Harvey swears by brisket. Before you know it, nobody's talking to anyone. Maybe we should listen to Carey Bringle. Tennessee Crossroads visits The Peg Leg Porker, where Carey champions the Memphis style. But don't judge. Just sample. Unless you want brisket. Carey says, if you do. you'll have to go to Texas. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.