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About three years ago, my family visited Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Every time we travel, I am in charge of searching for where we are going to eat. Instead of just googling, I go on Yelp and actually read reviews and see pictures of foods that people have eaten and what they have to say about it. I remember running across one that was at a Mill and I knew I wanted to try it. It was a bit hard to get a reservation for 10 people (yes, I know we have a very big family), but I persisted until I got it because I really wanted to try it.
What caught my attention on the menu (and from the photos on Yelp) was the chicken and dumplings. It looked so creamy and hearty and really filling. On the chilly December evening we visited, I knew I wanted something warm so that was the perfect fit. My family told me not to order it because since I had never tried it, I would not like or enjoy it.
But boy were they wrong. The meal was perfect and delicious and just what I needed on that cold December night and I would order it again in a heartbeat.
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Quick Tip: Enjoy this with a glass of sweet tea.