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Vote Memphis as 'Tastiest Town in the South'

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(WMC-TV) - The City of Memphis is in the running for quite the honor. Southern Living magazine is looking for the "Tastiest Town in the South" and Memphis is a finalist.

Your help is needed to make the Bluff City the winner on a positive list that will highlight one of city's strengths -- good food.

Voting began at the Southern Living website Thursday. Memphis-lovers can vote once every day until February 28. In addition to Memphis winning, you have a chance to win $1,500 just for voting.

In the finalist description for Memphis, Southern Living highlighted the local food scene.

"Alongside iconic joints like Jerry's Sno Cones, Gus's Fried Chicken and Cozy Corner BBQ are high-end destinations like Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen, where the chefs Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman prepare Southern food through the lens of their Italian grandmothers," it said on the magazine's website.

So what do you think? Are you proud of the Memphis food scene? Prove it.

Click here to vote for Memphis to become Southern Living's "Tastiest Town in the South".

Remember, you can vote once each day through February 28. Every vote counts, so tell your friends!

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