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Hartselle Enquirer

County restaurant makes semifinals for Bama’s Best Chicken Tenders

Special to the Enquirer

Bobby’s Restaurant in Eva is among the “Edible Eight,” the semi-final round of Bama’s Best Chicken Tenders contest.

Other semifinalists include The Chicken Shack in Luverne, Crowe’s Chicken in Brundidge, Hanceville Exxon in Hanceville, J’s Hole in the Wall in Bryant, Tenders Restaurant in Huntsville’s Five Points community, Walter’s Gas and Grill in Opelika’s Society Hill area and Wildcat Café in Guntersville.

“I am so excited to be in the Edible Eight for Best Tenders,” Bobby’s Restaurant owner and operator April Hall said. “I have been in the restaurant business for about 33 years – 28 years at my parents’ restaurant and five years at Bobby’s Restaurant. Serving our community is a labor of love, and it feels really good to be recognized for a job well done.”

To vote, go to the Bama’s Best Chicken Tenders photo album on Simply Southern TV’s Facebook page and click “like” on the image for the corresponding restaurant. Voting opened this past Monday and closes June 21 at 3 p.m.

Judges will visit each of the “Flavorful Four,” with a winner announced in late July. Along with bragging rights, the winning restaurant will receive a plaque and cash prize and will be featured in “Neighbors” magazine and on Simply Southern TV.

Bama’s Best Chicken Tenders contest is sponsored by the Alabama Farmers Federation’s Poultry Division, whose members raise healthy, lean, delicious protein. The Federation is the state’s largest farm organization with more than 350,000 member families. For more information about the poultry division, visit AlfaFarmers.org.

Simply Southern TV is a production of the Alabama Farmers Federation, with major support from Alabama Farmers Cooperative. For more information, visit SimplySouthernTV.net.

 

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