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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Through My Lens - The Homeplace

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The Homeplace . 4968 Catawba Valley Dr . Catawba

Pulling into The Homeplace for dinner on Sunday. So cold and rainy out. We had the 3 meats, roast beef, fried chicken & ham. It's delivered to your table family style with mashed potatoes, gravy, cole slaw, green beans, pinto beans and biscuits. Cobbler for dessert, but that had to go home with us, no room! Everything was so yummy! The restaurant is an old 1907 farmhouse, it's just beautiful! For more on The Homeplace, visit their Facebook page HERE & I'm linking with Mersad's Through My Lens

18 comments:

  1. Exactly the right kind of food for a cold rainy day!

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  2. Sure beats cooking at home! What a feast!

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  3. Love that image road, trees, rain. It all works.

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  4. I don't even mind waiting on the porch for a meal.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  5. The fog in the shot adds a lot to it. Would love to drive down and explore the place.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  6. This is my favorite spot to eat and for hikers from the AT, too. I love the way they give you small portions of each thing and then bring you more if you want it. There is so little waste that way. When is the rain and fog gonna vamoose. I am sososo tired of it. This is a really nice shot of the road up to the restaurant.

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  7. What a terrific scene! The restaurant is the kind of place I would like.

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  8. Hmm, looks like you're getting a little more rain than we are here.

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  9. That sounds so delicious, and it reminds me of the family style meals in Amish Country in Illinois.

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  10. That does sound delicious, and I like the mood of the shot.

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  11. Rainy or not that's beautiful shot! Love those trees!

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  12. Yum! Sounds like my kind of food and place, too!

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  13. Oh that sounds like a yummy place to eat. My but that rain was coming down.

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