Baked goods plainly great at Anabaptist outpost

Don't leave Blackville without stocking up

Miller's Bread-Basket's coconut cream pie/ Photos by Michael Stern
Miller's Bread-Basket's coconut cream pie/ Photos by Michael Stern
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The old slogan of Miller’s Bread-Basket—“Pennsylvania Dutch with a Southern touch”—has been retired in favor of “Amish/Mennonite home cooking.”

The restaurant’s values have not changed. Eating at Miller’s remains what it has been since it opened on Blackville’s Main Street in 1987: an opportunity to have a hearty Anabaptist-American meal in the Deep South. For smothered pork chops or chicken-and-dressing, for lemon meringue pie, banana pudding, or peach cobbler, for honest eats with no gastronomic grandstanding, Miller’s is a unique destination in Barnwell County.

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