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#25 Feb 11, 2011
# 21's Statement is pretty much on the head and they are really nice people,maybe we could learn something from them! Real good butter and Jerky!
Susan

Bolivar, TN

#26 Feb 11, 2011
When you turn into Virginia from Middlesboro, How far is it to the Dutch treat....I would be interested in going too. I love fresh butter.
Willard

Winchester, KY

#27 Feb 11, 2011
Susan wrote:
When you turn into Virginia from Middlesboro, How far is it to the Dutch treat....I would be interested in going too. I love fresh butter.
Go on up on 58. I'm guessing around 7 miles or so. You'll see the sign that says Rose Hill, It's not very far. Sits on the right, kind of off the road.. You have to LOOK or you'll pass it. There are wooden chairs, etc, etc there also.

I was there Tuesday and didn't see any butter but they had everything else. You won't be disappointed.
der8

Mayfield, KY

#28 Feb 12, 2011
Willard wrote:
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Go on up on 58. I'm guessing around 7 miles or so. You'll see the sign that says Rose Hill, It's not very far. Sits on the right, kind of off the road.. You have to LOOK or you'll pass it. There are wooden chairs, etc, etc there also.
I was there Tuesday and didn't see any butter but they had everything else. You won't be disappointed.
thanks for the directions. i am going to check out what they have
sexy lady

Dyer, TN

#29 Feb 12, 2011
there drug deals dont lie
curious

Clay City, KY

#30 Feb 12, 2011
Goods wrote:
They are open Monday thru Saturday from 9 to 4 or 5...can't remember exactly.
Thank you!As soon as I can get some free time from work I`m going to go check it out!
curious

Clay City, KY

#31 Feb 12, 2011
JohnnyBoyDE wrote:
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Yes, I took it with my iPhone. Thanks!
You are very welcome!I`m assuming theres alot of them in DE?
curious

Clay City, KY

#32 Feb 12, 2011
I agree with you all,I haven`t been in alot of contact with the Amish but they`ve never bothered me and always was polite and thanks to everyone I`m learning things about them I didn`t know!Does anyone know how they believe when it comes to religion?And I can`t wait to go visit that store!Hope everyone is having a wonderful Saturday!

Since: Sep 10

United States

#33 Feb 14, 2011
hungry wrote:
Thank God for the Amish.Noone here even knows what scrapple is.They have it in Rosehill.My breakfast is complete again!!!
LOL!! I need to take my family some scrapple on my next visit to Middlesboro. Scrapple is made here in Delaware.

Since: Sep 10

United States

#34 Feb 14, 2011
curious wrote:
<quoted text>You are very welcome!I`m assuming theres alot of them in DE?
Yes! I will have to take some more photos. We have a great deal of Amish here in Delaware. Lancaster, PA is true Amish country. Beautiful area. Google it! There is a documentary on Amish people. I watched it just a few months ago. I can't remember the title. He gave you the background of the Amish.

Since: Sep 10

United States

#35 Feb 14, 2011
sexy lady wrote:
there drug deals dont lie
Take your stupidity to another thread please!
peek

Mayfield, KY

#36 Feb 14, 2011
What is scrapple?
curious

Waco, KY

#37 Feb 14, 2011
I`ve found on facebook someone who isn`t amish but are like us and enjoys knowing about their way of life.And they have alot of stuff about them,it`s very cool!And I`m with "peek"what is scrapple?lol
curious

Waco, KY

#38 Feb 14, 2011
JohnnyBoyDE wrote:
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Yes! I will have to take some more photos. We have a great deal of Amish here in Delaware. Lancaster, PA is true Amish country. Beautiful area. Google it! There is a documentary on Amish people. I watched it just a few months ago. I can't remember the title. He gave you the background of the Amish.
I watched a tv show the other night about Amish weddings.It was very cool.Cant remember the channel maybe TLC but honestly don`t remember.But when it got close to the wedding they wouldn`t allow the cameras.I will try and find the documentary!
searchin for the truth
#39 Aug 17, 2012
there are mennonites as well as amish in rose hill. the mennonites run the dutch treat. i have attended the mennonite worship services and have read much of their literature. i am friends with the mennonites, they are very clean living simple people that want to further the kingdom of heaven. they work very hard and take care of their families better than any people i have ever been around. they are always looking for ways to help people that are in need as a way to lead them to Christ. they believe in being saved by the blood of Jesus unlike the amish.
I say

Roanoke, VA

#40 Aug 18, 2012
More Amish and less Pentecostals
dutch treat fan

Lexington, KY

#41 Aug 27, 2012
I think they are closed on Mondays.. but are open Tuesday-Sat. It takes about 30 mins from Middlesboro (it's a few miles past Thomas Walker H.S.) but it's worth the drive! The desserts are so delicious! I've been 3-4 times, always trying different things and have never been disappointed :).
Tommy

Morristown, TN

#43 Oct 12, 2012
I absolutely nothing against the Amish or any other religeous group. I wouldnt mind having them as my next door neighbor.
Other than Middlesboro, they should stay clear of most of eastern Kentucky.
With so much drinking and so much drugs young people and old people alike are doing in eastern Kentucky, it would not be long before these groups pack up and move elsewhere.
I pity these groups moving into Bell County.
Middlesboro residents are more sophisticated, but Pineville, Evarts, and elsewhere, residents in these places are regarded as "animals".
Pineville is an eye sore. So much so, the govt thought differently after they built the flood wall there.
In the past, it took a giant flood to rid this world of SINNERS.
Pineville and those communities near, a giant flood is needed again.
Damn those Corps of Engineers for building that flood wall.
Perhaps this is the reason why the Amish are moving into the area.
In an attempt to clean the area of all its sins.
Its my guess, the flood will come anyway.
Precious Memories

Ripley, TN

#44 Nov 16, 2012
I lived in Larue County Ky, and The Amish had a Group of their families living in the community there . My husband and I would buy products from the garden in the summer and we would do canning. They would allow us to give their children some candy, but they were very particular as what we could give them too. The are wonderful people. They work so hard, Our children today would die at two years they are helping Mommy in the field planting and pulling the horses by the reins with no shoes on , you talking tough kids..They truly are...But also Kind hearted individuals also. They appreciate what is there for them to eat, they turn nothing away at the table. The ladies clothes are many times put on with stick pins, I learned that by talking to one of the Amish ladies, and when they are washed they just look like sheets on the line.. I have made several friends thru the years going to their homes to buy goods.. So glad I had that opportunity to see the side of a different life and it makes you appreciate how good you have it too. Thank God for all walks of life.

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