Nashville’s Most Versatile Biscuits || Eat Seeker: Biscuit Love

There’s more to a dish than what’s served on a plate. A chef’s food can act as a voice to share a story, whether that be a tale of identity crisis or a struggle to find a place in an established cuisine. Eat Seeker delves deeper into the meaning behind the dishes that represent the chef and looks at what motivates their cuisine.

The husband and wife team behind Biscuit Love in Nashville, Tennessee, are giving the pillowy bread we all know and love an entirely new purpose. Karl and Sarah Worley fulfilled their dream of opening up a food truck in 2012, and once word got out about their phenomenal biscuits, their dedicated fan base of hungry Southerners grew and grew. The irresistible biscuit dough demonstrates versatility as the bread for their world famous hot chicken sandwich called Princess, the dough for their delectable lemon blueberry doughnuts — or, as they call them, Bonuts — and it even serves as a bun for their spectacular version of a cheeseburger dubbed Wash Park.

Chas Truslow

Associate Producer
Phoebe Melnick


Morgan Dopp

Assistant Editor
Zachary Lapierre

Graphics Art Director
Ted McGrath

Fredy Delgado, Megan Chong

Line Producer
Emily Tufaro

Production Coordinator
Sarah Barry

Post-Production Supervisor
Daniel Byrne

Supervising Producer
Stasia Tomlinson

Senior Producer
Earl Jordan

Creative Director
Tom O’Quinn

Executive Producer
Justin Lundstrom

Track Title: You and I
Composer: Steven Devilliers

Track Title: Dance in the Milky Way
Composer: Olivier Topart, Timothee Marius Zephir

Track Title: Breath
Composer: Brice Rivallin

Track Title: Three to Party
Composer: Benjamin Joseph Kaniewski

Track Title: Miami DL
Composer: James Stout

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