We arrived around 5:45 p.m.; the supper crowd had not arrived. The coffee was probably the best I've ever had at a Cracker Barrel. We ordered our usual meal; the pork chop, grilled chicken, sweet potato, cornbread and slaw were as good as usual. The pinto beans looked dried out and had no liquid; there were two small ham bone fragments in the serving. The beans hadn't been cooked as long as we're used to at other Cracker Barrels. The biscuit looked perfectly done but the bottom was hard, was not hot and seemed to have been cooked a good bit earlier. If we'd gone a little later, everything would probably have been fresh.
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