Amish Restaurant Feeds Truckers a Delicious, Home-Cooked Meal — for Free!

Avery Bryson

The unsung heroes of the coronavirus crisis are the truck drivers who are working around the clock to make sure that supermarkets are filled with supplies.

However, since many restaurant dining rooms have been closed, many truckers are hard-pressed to find a place to eat.

So Dan Miller, of Middlefield, Ohio, decided to do something about all of those hungry truckers.

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Dan owns “Mary Yoder’s Amish Kitchen” a great place to get some delicious oven fried chicken and fresh-baked bread. The restaurant also has a mighty big parking lot – big enough for truckers to park their rigs.

He’s offering any trucker driving through the area to drop by for a home-cooked meal — free of charge.

“Come in and have a free, hot meal on us,” Dan said on the Todd Starnes Radio Show. “Good Amish-cooked food.”

“We want to bless the truckers,” Dan said.

So far a handful of drivers have dropped by and they expect many more in the coming days.

And even though “Mary Yoder’s Amish Kitchen” has taken a big hit financially because of the virus, they remain optimistic.

“We’ll make it through,” Dan told Starnes. “God bless America.”

And God bless Mary Yoder’s Amish Kitchen! Click here to visit their Facebook page.

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