Connie Britton knows her way around a Southern accent, and her time on the sets of Friday Night Lights (in Austin) and Nashville (in, well, Nashville) have taught her about great local cuisine, too.
When we caught up with the actress at the Empire State Building lighting in honor of the 2015 Global Citizen Festival in New York, she took us on a food tour of two of her favorite cities, and shared the memories she has of “hazy” afternoons drinking margaritas in Texas and lounging on the back patios of Tennessee haunts.
If that’s not enough for y’all, we also chatted with some of her other Friday Night Lights costars – check out their favorite Austin eats here. Clear eyes, full hearts (and stomachs), can’t lose.
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We’ve got our boots and cowboy hat, so look out… Cooking Channel’s in Austin, TX!
We’re here to meet the passionate Food People around these parts — both Texas locals and Austin fans, like us, who’re in town for the SXSW Interactive Conference. We hope there are some breakfast tacos left…
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Cooking Channel fans and friends, we’re coming to South by Southwest!
During the SXSW Interactive conference next week, we are taking over the new Austin hotspot Easy Tiger Bake Shop & Beer Garden March 9-11 to showcase our passion for great food with a custom (and complimentary!) food and beer pairing menu.
Enjoy live music 5pm-12am and meet Nadia G. from Nadia G.’s Bitchin Kitchen on Friday and Saturday nights.
**Due to an overwhelming amount of RSVPs since yesterday, we had to close this guest list. Thanks for the great response!
In the meantime, check out our Austin Eating Guide for Austin dishes featured on your favorite Cooking Channel shows.
See you in Austin!
This hungry traveler is eating her way through U.S. cities and exploring their international restaurant scenes.
Ever wish you could travel the world, feeding your appetite for international cuisine one country at a time? After graduating culinary school, Eden Grinshpan spent seven years exploring the globe, eating her way across the map. We know — we’re jealous, too.
Once back stateside, Eden longed for the varied flavors and rich stories she consumed while traveling. But she soon realized she didn’t need a passport, because a world’s worth of flavors are in her — and your — backyard. They don’t call it the “melting pot” for nothin’.
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