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Thursday June 17th, 2021 12:38AM

New Video Segment, Maine Street Eats

By AccessWDUN staff

In the first episode of Maine Street Eats, Bill Maine and the AccessWDUN team visit Smokehouse BBQ in Oakwood. Take a look behind the curtain and see how this North Georgia favorite gets it done! Bill checks out the pulled pork, signature Smoke House sauce, and bananna pudding. 

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