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Sifted is serving up platefuls of awesome across Nashville every day.
Head Chef Travis Dedrick

Head Chef Jerome Morrow

Jerome Morrow started his culinary journey at 16 as a dishwasher at a Holiday Inn in Fort Mill SC. He worked his way up to prep cook, assistant banquet cook, line cook, room service runner, and waiter. Having a mother in the US Army led his family across the country where he was able to see food cooked in the regions where it’s cooked best.  

Jerome’s culinary career has taken him all around the country from San Antonio where he was Executive Sous Chef for a small group of restaurants throughout Texas to Escondido CA, where he became Executive Chef at The Center of The Art.

He has worked in every area of culinary from restaurants to catering and he has filled every role from line cook and waiter to Executive Chef. He has a deep understanding and love of food which he says came from his Great Grandmother, “She showed me how the love in food makes the food you love.”




The Nashville Food Project believes that food is a powerful tool to foster health, belonging, and justice. They grow food in community gardens. Cook food in their commissary kitchen using donated, recovered, and fresh-grown ingredients. Then they distribute meals in food trucks around the city in partnership with several nonprofits and community groups.


Room In The Inn provides shelter to more than 1,500 men each year. We offer programs for Nashville’s homeless that emphasize human development and recovery through education, self-help, employment opportunities, and long term support.


Nashville Rescue Mission opened in 1954 to provide food, clothing, and shelter to homeless men in Nashville. In 1968, the Mission expanded to meet the needs of homeless women and children in the community. Today, the Mission provides hope for the hungry, homeless, and hurting in the Nashville community.