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Southern Belle Foodie

Dictionary.com defines Foodie as: a person keenly interested in food, especially in eating or cooking

I would say I am a foodie. I love trying new places and there are restaurants we go to just for the food, no matter how long the drive or wait is. I would even have to say our Disney Vacations are all about the food. I thought I would share some of my foodie favorites from the road and at home.

Jewell’s on Main Warsaw, KY
– Fried Pickles
– Prime Rib
– Soft Pretzels with cheese sauce
– French Fries
– Pork Loin with Apple Glaze
– NY Strip
– Greek Salad Dressing

Copper Blue Milford, OH
– Steak butter
– Cranberry Chopped Salad
– Sweet Potato tater tots
– Fish (Cod)
– Jerk Chicken Sandwich

Fessler’s Bellevue, KY
– Steak Hoagie
– Garlic Bread with cheese

The Old Mill Pigeon Forge, TN
– Chicken and Dumplings
– Fruit Cobbler
– Green Beans
– Corn Chowder Soup

The Pottery House Pigeon Forge, TN
– Cheesesteak sandwich
– Bread: Cinnamon Raisin (you can purchase this and it makes great French toast) and Sourdough Bread
– Grilled Chicken with Moonshine Glaze

The Peddler Gatlinburg, TN
– Salad Bar
– Steak (the steak peddler cuts them right at your table)

Disney World
Be Our Guest Magic Kingdom
o Steak
o Truffle Aioli
o The Gray Stuff

50’s Prime Time Café Hollywood Studios
o Roast Beef

Rose and Crown EPCOT
o Steak

Dole Whip (Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom)

 

Other Travel Destinations Go To Restaurants
– Po’Folks St. Petersburg, FL
– Harold Seltzer’s St. Petersburg, FL
– Largo Family Restaurant Largo, FL (St. Pete Area)
– Black Pelican Outer Banks
– High Cotton Outer Banks
– Henry’s Outer Banks

A Kentucky Gem 

Between Cincinnati and Louisville about five miles off interstate 71 in Warsaw, KY there is a gem of a restaurant, Jewel’s on Main.  This is quickly become one of our favorite restaurants.  We started making the drive a few years ago; because for us it is a drive, and let me tell you it is well worth it.  We tried it after someone I worked with at the time recommended it.  Now between early spring and late fall we go down about every other Saturday.  We only go during the winter if no snow is in the forecast, it’s a long enough drive that we wouldn’t want to do it in the snow.  Saturday’s are our favorites because it is the night they have prime rib as their special, and let me tell you their prime rib is the best I have ever had.  They run out just about every Saturday night so you have to get there early.  If we don’t make it for prime rib their New York strip is a great backup.  I love getting one or the other with fries (hand cut fries at that) and a salad with Greek salad dressing.  My mouth is watering just thinking about it.  I have an aunt that swears by the shrimp and grits, one that loves their meatloaf, and a cousin who loves their hamburger.  Their appetizers and desserts are even great.  The fried pickles and soft pretzels to start the meal and the bread pudding to end it, is what I would recommend personally.  The kids love the chocolate cake for dessert.  I have never had a bad meal there and I really shouldn’t be letting you in on the secret of Jewel’s but I will!


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