My husband & I just returned from Gatlinburg. We ate lunch at The Wild Plum. Both of us really enjoyed our food. The cheese rolls, Wild Plum iced tea, and tomato soup were wonderful. After lunch I noticed a Wild Plum cookbook on the table. As I looked through it, I decided to copy two of the recipes. The owner came up to the table, and in a stern voice said, "Those recipes are copyrighted and I would prefer you did not do that! She then said I could purchase the book for $13. Of course I was embarrassed but did wonder why the book was on the table if they were so sensitive about people knowing their ingredients. Yes, we would go back because we did think the food was great. They also told us that they change the menu every couple days.
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