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Old 01-23-2008, 06:51 AM
 
Location: Cumberland Co., TN
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Sorry, but these are southern directions. Take Hwy 164 towards love joy/hanginglimb, wilder. Turn right where you see all the muddy pond signs.follow that road to the 4 way, turn left take first right, keep going. Your there. Or hwy 62 towards clarkrange, turn left at the signs, go thru the 4 way, take first right, there you are. There is also a store off hwy 70 towards crossville, past the nuddy camp, turn right I believe its tanner rd.

Not Amish, they are Mennonites. I wouldnt call it specialilty foods although they have very good fried pies and home made breads.
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Old 01-23-2008, 02:41 PM
 
Location: Tennessee
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What's specialty food? Why is it special? Seriously, I'm curious. Is it like expensive designer label food or international food or some kind of food for medical conditions?
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Old 01-23-2008, 03:40 PM
 
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What's specialty food? Why is it special? Seriously, I'm curious. Is it like expensive designer label food or international food or some kind of food for medical conditions?
For me, "specialty food" implies boutique shopping. I don't know if you've wandered down to Knoxville much, but there are a couple of stores in Knoxville that would definitely qualify: Gourmet's Market on Kingston Pike and the two Fresh Markets (both on Kingston Pike, of course).

It's stuff like imported organic Greek extra virgin olive oil, tapanade from the south of France, Swiss yogurt, bourbon vanilla from Madagascar, Belgian baking chocolate, English clotted cream, crème fraiche, raw French cheeses, Irish butter, Italian lemonade, stuff like that.

Even Knoxville doesn't have a lot of that, so I end up going to the DeKalb World Market just outside of Atlanta and stock up every few months.
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