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Old 07-11-2006, 11:37 PM   #1
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Trip to Tennessee

went to Pigeon Forge for a couple 3 days and had a mighty fine supper at Bennets BBQ

the ribs were good with great hickory smoke flavor, but the chicken was EXCELLENT. My wife really loved the baked potatoe , im not sure if it was smoked or not but it had a great flavor, there was corn on the cob that was served in the husk with the silk still inside and it also had a really good taste

anyone on here been there?
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Old 07-12-2006, 05:26 AM   #2
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went to Pigeon Forge for a couple 3 days and had a mighty fine supper at Bennets BBQ

the ribs were good with great hickory smoke flavor, but the chicken was EXCELLENT. My wife really loved the baked potatoe , im not sure if it was smoked or not but it had a great flavor, there was corn on the cob that was served in the husk with the silk still inside and it also had a really good taste

anyone on here been there?
Nope.
But it sure sounds good.
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Old 07-12-2006, 06:32 AM   #3
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No I havent but will someday. There is a place there called "The Apple Barn" that has the best breakfast Ive ever had out. Good eats.
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Old 07-12-2006, 07:29 AM   #4
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Bennets chicken is pretty good, its been a few years since I made it up to all that wonderful traffic, nothing like hillbilly heaven,
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Old 07-12-2006, 08:15 AM   #5
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Big Mike, if you can, go one morning to the Apple Barn for breakfast. The bisquits and apple butter alone are worth going. =P~ Plus they have a wine tasting area which has a great apple/raspberry blend that will give you a good morning buzz. I buy a case of it everytime we go there.
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We went through Smokies a couple of summer's ago but didn't stick around for any eats....beautiful country
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Mike, which way are you heading down ? not to good on the Pigeon Forge restaraunts, but I know a handful along the way there.
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I spent a night there a few weeks ago. There is a Lodge cast iron outlet store and a knife outlet near route 40.

We went to a Tennessee Smokies minor league baseball game which was a ton of fun.
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I spent a night there a few weeks ago. There is a Lodge cast iron outlet store and a knife outlet near route 40.

We went to a Tennessee Smokies minor league baseball game which was a ton of fun.
Lodge Outlet Store!!!!
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Wish I had a chance to get to the store. Would have loved to pick up a couple of pieces.
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