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Aunt Jenny's In The Running For GMA Honor

The Tylers have been coming to Aunt Jenny's once a week since the second day it opened.  The husband and wife say they can tell you  why the restaurant deserves the honor of Best Bites in America from Good Morning America Weekend.  

"The main thing I like about here is you feel at home.  The waitresses and the staff, they    make you feel welcome.  You know when you come here you're going to get good food.  It's unbeatable as far as catfish is concerned," says Hugh Tyler.  

For the Adams family, it's definitely the fish that keeps them coming back for more.

"It's the best place to get fish, fried fish, all you can eat. Gotta have all you can eat," says James Adams.

"I love to come with my family because my son and husband can have all-you-can eat catfish and I don't have to cook it," says Debbie Adams.

James Adams says he can tell you exactly how he feels each time he leaves the restaurant.

"I'm so full I can't eat another bite."

And Carl says he has a sales pitch sure to get them high marks in the nationwide challenge.

"If you want outstanding home cooked food in an atmosphere you can be very happy with, I recommend to go to Aunt Jenny's and just don't eat for a couple of days."

GMA Weekend says viewers should be able to vote starting Saturday, November 24th, 2007.  Please click here for more information.

By: Krystal Allan

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