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By BARRY COURTER

Not every meal has to be a five-course gourmet affair to be good. Sometimes you just want tasty, and oftentimes that can mean simple.

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The leaves have fallen and the boaters have mostly docked for the season. But the lights from the redroofed Riverside Catfish House still twinkle along the Tennessee River, humble, authentic and inviting.

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By LISA DENTON

Maybe it seems like a cheat to buy a ready-to-eat dinner at a grocery store, but if you’ve not tried the “homemade” offerings at local supermarket delis, you’re missing out.

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Mountain City Café freshens up classic dishes

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By LOUIE BROGDON

Sometimes you need a giant plate of lasagna — meaty, cheesy, piping hot lasagna.

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By STAFF REPORT

So you’re hungry for Thanksgiving dinner, but you’re just not feeling it when it comes to cooking it?

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This time of year, the Sequatchie Valley is a delicious slice of late autumn — matched only by a slice of Cookie Jar Café’s made-from-scratch apple pie.

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By STAFF REPORT

Two local restaurants have created specialty menu options that will let residents support the mission of the Grateful Gobbler Walk while eating lunch or dinner.

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By JENNIFER BARDONER

Whoever said “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” may have been talking about Bald Headed Bistro in Cleveland, Tenn. I mean that in a good way.

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