DAM GOOD EATIN’!

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I’ve talked about Butch’s River Rock Cafe’ before, but I was home, in Iowa, for a few days introducing my new grandson to the family, and of course we had to make a trip down to Butch’s for one of his famous, scrumptious, out-of-this-world, pork tenderloin.

I gave up the bun a long time ago and just go with the dinner-plate sized breaded behemoth called, “hog snouts,” on the menu. They’re cooked the same, but sliced in strips which I dip in their special sauce, ketchup, or whichever I’m in the mood for at the moment.

Butch’s is down on the Skunk River. It used to be a bait shop where you could buy a pop and candy bar. There’s also a Dam there…thus the reason for many of the menu titles.

Butch turned it into a real “must stop-in” place when I’m back, or for anyone looking for a great meal at a decent price. It’s small but if you lucky enough to find a seat, it’s great! And if that isn’t enough to get you there, the State of Iowa declared his tenderloin the “best” last year!

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There’s everything on the menu from, Dam good fries, salmon garden salad, prime rib, and a breakfast with cured bacon and eggs that will make you weak in the knees.

And they’re all, “Damn good!”

Here’s a few shots of our orders and the place I love so much.

Eat your heart out, readers…

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Thanks Butch!

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KRE

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