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Epicurean Kentuckian: Mrs. Greenough Salad

2014-02-04 - 14332 Burkesville Rd, Breeding, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Mrs. Greenough, the solid as a rock New Yorker who was on duty when the robber came calling on a 4-Wheeler to take money from the cash register at Breeding Country Mart, serves a dandy, fresh cut salad, whatever state she hails from; this one looked so good a second guest ordered one of the same as soon as his eyes saw the dish. But as if being prepared right before being served wasn't treat enough, the house ranch dressing came in a cute little serving tub, which translated to know need to call 911 for the Jaws of Life to extricate the salad dressing from one of those dammit single serves. Good job, Breeding Country Mart.Paired photo: See also: Phyllis Greenough: Robbed at gunpoint, but still at work - EW
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