TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Day two of omelette week and the Fork in the Road Judges jumped in the car and headed west into the land of Lincoln.
Your votes took them to Marshall, Ill. and that's where they found a place called the Crossroads Family Restaurant.
And get this, they were nominated for something called the garbage omelette?!
Sonny Halimi has been cooking up breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Crossroads Family Restaurant for three years.
"The food is good, you get plenty for your money, and if you walk away hungry it's your own fault," said restaurant regular, Dawn Wallace.
But what do the regulars think of this garage omelette that was so highly nominated?
"The first time I ordered the garbage omelette, I thought I don't want to tell anyone I ate something called the garbage omelette. But it's good. It's got good flavor and there's not anything that overpowers anything else," Wallace said.
So what exactly goes into 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," said Halimi.
Sonny says the nomination is a reminder that his hard work is paying off.
"I'm very happy. You know that gives me more energy to work you know," Halimi said.
So if you find yourself near Marshall, Ill. stop in and give the garbage omelette a try. It really does taste better than it sounds.
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