8 Appetizing Fall Food Festivals in Tennessee
There’s no doubt about it – Tennesseans love to eat. With tons of tasty options to indulge in across the state – from apples to wine to barbecue – fall is the perfect time to celebrate the Volunteer State’s culinary offerings. And what better way than with a festival? Check out 8 mouthwatering festivals happening in Tennessee this fall:
International Cowpea Festival & Cook-off
Sept. 12, Charleston
In the early 20th century, the East Tennessee city of Charleston was known as the cowpea capital of the U.S. The town celebrates its connection with cowpeas (also known as black-eyed peas) with an annual festival featuring professional chefs cooking appetizers, entrees and more using cowpeas. Find more information at cowpeafestival.com.