NASHVILLE— Kathleen Ervin moved here 12 years ago from the Northeast, drawn to the relaxed atmosphere, green parks and relatively low cost of living.But in the past five years, her commute time
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Tara Tidwell’s flour-covered hands carefully prepare a half-dozen baguettes on a long cooking sheet before sliding the bread into a piping-hot oven. “You might want to step back,” said Tidwell, a baker at Wedgewood-Houston’sDozen Bakery. “Steam is going to shoot out of the oven once the baguettes start baking.” Click Here to read the article.
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