Lesley Matlock, owner of The Barn in Burrton, back in February, when she was proud of her record of selling 10,000 chicken fried steaks in one year. Now, at two years, she’s about to sell her 40,000th.
Lesley Matlock, owner of The Barn in Burrton, back in February, when she was proud of her record of selling 10,000 chicken fried steaks in one year. Now, at two years, she’s about to sell her 40,000th. Travis Heying File photo
Lesley Matlock, owner of The Barn in Burrton, back in February, when she was proud of her record of selling 10,000 chicken fried steaks in one year. Now, at two years, she’s about to sell her 40,000th. Travis Heying File photo
Dining With Denise Neil

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Burrton eatery poised to triple its chicken fried steak sales record

September 27, 2017 03:30 PM

UPDATED September 27, 2017 03:39 PM

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