Novelist and Let's Eat! exhibition scholar Alice Randall and her daughter, Caroline Randall Williams, worked together to overhaul the foods they love to cook and eat. They will discuss how they updated the recipes and traditions handed down by their mothers and grandmothers into easy, affordable, and healthy—but still delicious—dishes, like Peanut Chicken Stew, Red Bean and Brown Rice Creole Salad, Fiery Green Beans, and Sinless Sweet Potato Pie. Let's Eat! Origins and Evolutions of Tennessee Food, which closes on February 2, explores the rich and diverse history of Tennessee's food through. The exhibition is presented through eight sections that trace the state's food from its Southeastern Indian origins to contemporary food festival celebrations. All are complemented by artifacts from the Museum's collection, digital storytelling, graphics, and location photography.