LEBANON, Ky. -- Higdon's Foodtown, determined to stand its ground as the big guys move in, has deployed a long-time restaurant cook to give customers what they want: home-cookin'. "We tell them this is as near their mama's cooking as they're likely to get," said Jimmy Higdon, co-owner of the single-unit Higdon's Foodtown. "We tell them this is as near their mama's cooking as they're likely to get," said Jimmy Higdon, co-owner of the single-unit Higdon's Foodtown. No salmon can be found on ...
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