TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - The Fork in the Road Crew wrapped up another week searching for the best Wabash Valley omellette.
Day one took the crew to Jonesey's East Side Diner.
Trenna Milbourn owns Jonesey's and the diner has been in the family for 15 years.
So what is it about their omelettes that made you, our viewers, vote them into the top three?
"We sauté everything, and then spread the egg out and put everything in the middle and fold it over. You think that makes a difference?" said Milbourn. "I think that makes a big difference."
Day two sent the crew to Marshall, Ill. and to the Crossroads Family Restaurant. Sonny Halimi has been cooking up breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Crossroads for three years now.
The garbage omelette was nominated into the top three, but what is a garbage omelette?
"We got 3 extra large eggs sautéed onions, green pepper, mushroom tomatoes, and we put all the meat like we put ham, sausage, and apple smoked bacon," Halimi said.
On day three they stopped in at the Covered Bridge Restaurant in Cayuga, Ind.
Where they met a lively cook named Amy Axtell who is famous for her omelettes.
"I just remember when Amy started making them, they were really tasty and she put her own spin on it herself," said Covered Bridge Restaurant regular, Kristy Baxter. "They just took off; you gotta come in and try them. They are awesome."
So who takes home the Fork in the Road's prize for best omelette?
The judges agreed that all three were outstanding. But the Covered Bridge Restaurant in Cayuga won the prize.
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