RV Cooking Show – Great Smoky Mountains National Park & Southern Corn Casserole

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October 23, 2008

There’s a nip in the air, the warm sun shines down, and across the land leaves have many of us “peeping”. If you haven’t thought of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as prime leaf-peeping country think again.

Located in the Southern Appalachian Mountains – among the oldest mountains in the world – this time of year visitors to the park are treated to a remarkable display as fall moves from the northern reaches to the lower elevations. In fact, the autumn colors typically delight from early October to early November… so , if you are anywhere near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park pop in for a peek. As a primer for your visit or if you can’t make the park just now (it really shines all year long) but would love to hear and see more this RV Cooking Show is for you.

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We’ll touch on some of the best loved highlights in the park, the must-sees, and we’ll make a classic southern dish – corn casserole – or as it’s sometimes called in my RV – corn pudding.

I hope you have as much fun watching it as I did making it.
Happy camping,

P.S. If you’d lke more information and tips about this destination, check out my website.

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  1. Great stuff Evanne! Sheesh the cupboards will be full now. 😉 Great website! keep up the good cookin!

  2. Here! Here! to all the leaf lookers. Thanks Dennis for the info. What beautiful country you live in. We’re near the Natchez Trace area this week and are looking forward to some “leaf looking” in these parts, too.

    Thanks for watching and the comment,


  3. Dennis Benson

    Just a small correction-here in the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee we refer to the October visitors as “leaf lookers”, not “leaf peepers”. And yes, the leaves and vistas are beautiful!