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  1. fire damage
    A Fire Broke Out at Sean Brock’s Husk in NashvilleHe has closed the restaurant indefinitely.
  2. Empire Building
    Sean Brock Expanding Husk in South Carolina and GeorgiaFirst in Greenville this fall, then Savannah in early 2017.
  3. Cookbooks
    Sean Brock Is Writing a Cookbook All About HuskThe follow up to Heritage comes out in 2018.
  4. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Sean Brock Eats Bologna in Nashville and Blood Sausage in New York“I got my regular order: meatloaf with Creole sauce, mashed potatoes, green beans, fried green tomatoes, white beans, corn pudding, and sweet tea.”
  5. Lists
    Esquire Names America’s Best New Restaurants for 2014Brooklyn’s Take Root is “an oasis of passion, a crack in the rock of a cynical world.”
  6. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Wells Awards Le Restaurant Two Stars; Joshua David SteinPlus: Amelia Lester enjoys Glasserie, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  7. The Other Critics
    Alan Richman Comes Around on HuskThe ‘GQ’ critic might not like the Charleston original, but he is absolutely smitten with the Nashville follow-up.
  8. Foodievents
    Paris Chef Grégory Marchand, José Ramirez Cooking in Brooklyn ThisExpect roast pork.
  9. Lard Butter
    Sean Brock’s Husk Nashville Opens ThursdayGet ready for some Benton’s ham and pokeweed fritters.
  10. Lists
    Bon Appétit Says These 20 Restaurants Are the Country’s MostAn important list of important restaurants.
  11. The Way Things Are
    Will the Husk Car Crash Force Restaurants to Crack Down on Staff Drinking?Spoiler: Probably not.
  12. Lawsuits
    Owners of Charleston’s Husk to Pay $1.1M in Drunk-Driving SettlementNeighborhood Dining Group will pay up after a Husk employee is deemed responsible for a fatal accident.
  13. Lists
    GQ Ranks the Country’s Best New Restaurants, Richman Trashes HuskAlan Richman says ink is the country’s best new restaurant, but that’s not the fun part.
  14. Video Feed
    Watch Sean Brock Talk About Returning Cooking to Its RootsThe super-hot Charleston chef gets the profile treatment from the ‘Early Show’.