This week our Fork in the Road judges ventured out in search of the best biscuits and gravy in the Wabash Valley.
You nominated your favorite hot spots, more then 20 restaurants in all, and then our food connoisseurs tried the top three vote getters first hand to pick the overall winner!
Who takes home the bragging rights?
On day one, your votes took us to Flat Rock, Illinois where we found the Maxwell House Cafe.
They've been serving up biscuits and gravy since 1985 and the regulars say their recipe can't be beat!
"It tastes like home made, you know, you go to some restaurants and you can tell it's from a bag or something. This is fresh biscuits and gravy, it's very good," Maxwell House regular Sherry Skidmore said.
Our next stop is in Sullivan.
It's the Kat-A-Korner Diner. This diner opened its doors back in 1931, and is now run by the Wamsley Family.
Why did you vote them into the top three?
"Consistence," owner Susan Wamsley says, "It's got good flavor and good texture. We like it, it's like if I don't like it, it doesn't go out there. That's how it works."
Our last stop?
If you feel like we've done this before, it's because we have.
Our Fork in the Road crew makes their return visit to Becky's Cafe.
They made a stop here back in February for pie, and now they are back for biscuits and gravy.
What's their secret?
"The fact that we make it in small batches, I think when you make things in volume, you lose a little bit of the flavor, so I think that has a lot to do with it," Owner Becky Smith said.
So who takes home the prize?
It was a close vote, but the winner is the Kat-A-Korner diner!
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