Sun, 1 April 2018
In this episode with Chef Tandy Wilson, we discuss:
Native of Mt. Juliet, TN, from an early age, Chef Trey Cioccia developed a deep connection to food, the land, and farming. Cioccia spent 16 years working as a line cook. Four of which were at, The Hermitage Hotel's Capitol Grille, where many Nashville chefs get there start. In 2013 he opened The Farm House in SoBro District of Nashville. 3 years later he opened Black Rabbit.
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