Nashville Hot Spicy Chicken

Nashville Hot Spicy Chicken

Then and now: A look at hot chicken’s historic background

Nancy Kruse, president of the Kruse Company, is a menu trends analyst based in Atlanta. As one of LinkedIn’s Top 100 Influencers in the US, she blogs regularly on food-related subjects.

The oldest extant fried-chicken recipe has been sourced to The Art of Cookery Made Easy, published in England in 1747. That demand for the dish continues unabated over 250 years later is testament to its enduring appeal and its adaptability. Both are evident in the current craze for spicy fried chicken, which has popped up on menus around the country and topped off numerous “what’s hot” lists. An irresistible combination of the classic and the contemporary, the product also benefits from

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