Wednesday, June 24, 2015
– Krystal Keith will show off her culinary skills on "Plate by Plate," an online series recreating favorite dishes from five restaurants she visited across the U.S.
Keith, a Showdog Nashville artist and author of the Barnyard Bistro blog, will air the show on Scripps' online platforms GreatAmericanCountry.com and ULIVE.com starting July 2.
"As a country music artist, I practically live on the road," Keith said. "When I get home, I can't wait to recreate the great recipes I tasted across America."
The first five episodes have her preparing the Blueberry Tagliatelle from Nashville's Moto and Tamales from Criollo in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Keith's debut album, "Whiskey & Lace," showed a soulful country sound. Keith, the daughter of Toby Keith for whom she opened last year, is currently writing and recording her sophomore album and continues to post recipes on The Barnyard Bistro.
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