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Charleston City Paper: Butcher & Bee hosts Chopped judge and Music City chef Maneet Chauhan

“Boasting quite an impressive resume — her titles include cookbook author, 2012 James Beard Broadcast Media Award winner, and executive chef and co-owner of three Music City restaurants — Chef Chauhan will collaborate with B&B Chef Chelsey Conrad to spice up B&B’s regular menu with favorite Indian dishes.”

Style Blueprint: Chef Maneet Chauhan: FACES of Nashville

“Her cuisine fills a void in Nashville, and her presence as a female chef elevates Nashville’s culinary culture.”

Vacation Idea: 19 Best Burgers in Nashville

“The flavors are as quirky as the restaurant itself, spices you would never think of putting together do not fight, but blend to create memorable flavors.”

Cosmopolitan: Get That Life: How I Became a Food Network Star and Restauranteur

“When I fed people, I realized, I can do something that I love to do and people will love me for it. This is it.”

Focus on the 615: Chauhan Ale & Masala House: A Unique Dining Experience

“The food is spicy, flavorful, artfully presented, and carefully prepared by the chef and her kitchen staff.”

DissDash: Top 10 Most Influential South Asians Of 2016

“Chef of the Year: Maneet Chauhan”

Bravo: Here's How Celebrity Chefs and Top Chef Alums Keep It Real at Their Fabulous Holiday Feasts

“This dish is a way to keep up with that tradition and putting my own twist on the recipe…”

The Daily Meal: 10 Questions with Chef Maneet Chauhan

“This ‘Chopped’ judge is obsessed with Nashville’s Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, just like the rest of us.”

Eater Nashville: Where to Eat Brunch in Nashville Right Now, Fall 2016

“… you’ll find interesting takes on brunch favorites including tandoori shrimp and grits, curried biscuits and gravy, and hot chicken pakora with waffles.”

NFocus: Holiday Epicurean: Maneet Chauhan

“This is Maneet’s take on the tradition, but like all of her dishes, it has an unexpected twist.”

Nashville Scene Reader's Poll: Best Indian Restaurant

Zagat: 10 Hottest Restaurants in Nashville

“Classic Indian cuisine “fused with Southern home cooking” is an “incredible combination” that’s “like a party in your mouth..” “

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