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FB Nashville delivers all the components of flavors, textures, and visual appeal every foodie looks for in their Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich.

Like many people who discover Howlin’ Ray’s or Kim Prince’s Hotville Chicken, Thyda Sieng and her husband Chet were immediately taken to a new food space of ecstasy. Layers of saltiness and sweetness seamlessly blended with smokey notes and, most notably, a heat that causes a sublime mixture of suffering and deliciousness for its consumers. Like the throngs of followers chasing Howlin’, Thyda and Chet were immediately devout believers in the almighty Nashville Hot Chicken.

But for Thyda, there was also something else, something that wasn’t immediate but, as her meal progressed, began to develop. The experience of chowing down on some Nashville hot chicken deeply reminded her of her Texas roots.

“I’ve always said I’m a California girl—most of my life has been here in Long Beach—but I have a Southern soul,” Thyda said. “Eating that chicken that day reminded me so much of what I love about the South, my home in Texas, and food in general.”