TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Week two of Fork in the Road is in full swing!
Our judges kick off their search for the best omelette this week!
Where did you decide to send them on their first stop?
Day one takes us to Jonsey's East Side Diner.
Trenna Milbourn owns Jonsey's and the diner has been in the family for 15 years.
Fred Swearingen sits in the corner booth with his friends every morning. He says Jonsey's is more than just good food.
"I come here because of the good food, and also the waitress and the people that own it are friendly, a lot of good friendships here and we have a good time about every morning," Fred says.
Back in the kitchen they are cooking up omelettes made to order.
"We have different ones on the menu, but whatever anyone wants to add or subtract, we just make it," Trenna says.
But what makes Jonsey's Omelettes the best?
"I think it's because most of the places will take all your ingredients and just mix it up in the eggs and pour it out on the grill. 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? I think that makes a big difference" Trenna told us.
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