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MTM On The Road: Iron Skillet Cafe Brings Big Flavor

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Its a small restaurant in Evart but its bringing big city BBQ flavor to the small town.

The Iron Skillet Cafe and Smokehouse is all about home made, big flavors served with some Northern Michigan charm.

Right now the crew at the Iron Skillet is looking for a bus. They plan on transforming it into a mobile food truck to serve fire crews and paramedics on the scene of fires.

This morning Kalin and Stephanie whipped up some BBQ and learned the story behind The Iron Skillet.

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