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 Algood, Tennessee Diner

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Z66 Butch

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  • Joined: 11/8/2005
  • Location: Emporia, IN
Algood, Tennessee Diner Wed, 11/5/08 8:31 AM (permalink)
We visited our daughter near Cookeville, Tn last weekend. They had to work on Monday morning when we were going to leave. I ask for a suggestion for a good place for breakfast, a local place of course. They suggested the Algood Diner in Algood Tennessee and that is where we ate breakfast on Monday morning.

I just had pancakes with a side of sausage and it was very good. They were not the light fluffy pancakes but had a heavier, almost cornmeal taste and I liked them. The sausage was OK also. My wife had country ham and egg breakfast. She complained about the ham so I took a taste. I thought it was WONDERFUL! It was the old fashened salt cured ham and was very salty, I like that and she did not. Prices were nothing to brag about but in the normal range. If you are in the area I think it is worth a try!
 
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