Pete's Coffee Shop: A historic & current look at how Pete's has become one of Knoxville's most loved institutions. Amy visits with the Natour family (originally from Palestine) about hard work, remembering people's names, good food, and love of family.  http://www.petescoffeeshop.com/  

-Amy also brings news about "Picklefest", 3rd Annual French Broad Pickle Fest happening on Sunday, September 25from noon to 5:00pm at Riverdale School. This free event celebrates the preservation of local food and features pickling & poetry contests, crafts, kids games and more. Plus music performances from Wild Blue Yonder & Eli Fox.  taking place 9/25/2016 from 12 Noon until 5:00 PM. http://frenchbroadpres.org/

The Natour Family at home (Left to Right) Pete, Rita, Cameron, Joey, Sammi. 

The Natour Family at home (Left to Right) Pete, Rita, Cameron, Joey, Sammi. 

At the grill: Cameron, Pete, Joey Natour.

At the grill: Cameron, Pete, Joey Natour.

Pictured is Rita’s “Maqluba dish” made of upside-down eggplant, rice, lamb & cauliflower casserole dish. 

Pictured is Rita’s “Maqluba dish” made of upside-down eggplant, rice, lamb & cauliflower casserole dish. 

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