Skip to comments.Paula Deen to open eatery in Pigeon Forge
Posted on 02/26/2014 8:09:39 AM PST by don-o
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Paula Deen's comeback trail is leading her to the Smoky Mountains of east Tennessee.
The Savannah, Ga.-based celebrity cook announced Wednesday she's opening a new restaurant, Paula Deen's Kitchen, in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. A hub for tourists visiting the Dollywood theme park and the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge draws about 10 million vacationers a year.
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Have to stop in for a bite on our next mission.
I hated PF when I was there.
She’s as RATty as you can get. She’s the spokesperson for Smithfield ham despite them being raided multiple times for illegals. She promised during both of hussein’s campaigns to have on the runners’ wives but she only had Moo on her shows both times.
Try the “Dragon’s Tail”...Highway 129 from Tallassee, TN to Deal’s Gap, NC...316 curves in about 11-12 miles....
I like the Bridgeford Bacon that you can buy at the CVS stores. It’s not too thin and not too thick. Cooks up very nicely too.
Familiar with the ‘Dragon’s Tail’, but have to drive it. Need to get out of soviet Red England and back to the USA.
Ha! We were driving down a steep, twisting mountain road in western NC. As we entered a particularly scary turn there was a sign by the road:
“Are you ready to meet Jesus?”
Thanks for the suggestion, I will take a look next time I go there (I am forced to use them as my pharmacy by BCBS).
—Every time I take the family there after Church,
Must not be Seventh Day Adventist
129...a road that’s one of the best roads for motorcycles
In the country.
Even tho I ride a Gold Wing and don’t push it like
the guys and gals on the rice rockets do.
You mean donor cycles?
She should do well there.
Been on roads like that.
Yeah. Me too.
So so so trying this! Never heard of skillet meatloaf though. I live my cast iron skillits.
I’m curious to see how people that try it react to it, I really hope anyone that decides to go for it likes it. Pay attention to my other posts after my initial one too, I remembered a few things I’ve tried here and there to tweak it a bit (like the half sea salt and half seasoned salt change from just using salt alone).
Sea salt cooks better than regular. I can see it being good!
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