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Do you like Fried Chicken?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Maharlika, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. Maharlika

    Maharlika Senior member

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    BeeZee Well-Known Member

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    How can you not like fried chicken?!
     
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    I like it for summer picnics.
     
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    I like it pretty much all the fucking time.
     
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    How can you not like fried chicken?!

    +1,000
     
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    The question is not whether or not one likes fried chicken, but rather, if one has a pulse. That shall answer your query.
     
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    Methinks there is a latent racism to this thread...
     
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    Methinks there is a latent racism to this thread...

    [​IMG]
     
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    I have on several occasions been coerced into going somewhere with the promise that we would get fried chicken on the way.
     
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    I have on several occasions been coerced into going somewhere with the promise that we would get fried chicken on the way.

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] has happened to me many a time. "But you said we were getting fried chicken!!!"
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] has happened to me many a time. "But you said we were getting fried chicken!!!"

    Oh, I always get the chicken. Or I will get out of the car at a stoplight nearest to the grocery store. People know this.
     
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    <Raises hand> Dark meat, please.

    In my experience, the quality of the fried chicken is inversely related to the niceness of the restaurant. The best fried chicken I have ever had was at a South Carolina $5 all-you-can-eat BBQ restaurant.
     
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    http://www.seriouseats.com/2008/03/n...cken-coop.html
    [​IMG] That place is soooooooo awesome, yet so bad for you. Their fried chicken, gizzards, and livers, are all beyond next level. That place is walking distance from my office, and as such there is a guy who gets food there probably 4 out of 5 days per work week (sometimes 5 for 5...), and he's been doing it, apparently, for years. I have no idea how he is still alive.
    In my experience, the quality of the fried chicken is inversely related to the niceness of the restaurant. The best fried chicken I have ever had was at a South Carolina $5 all-you-can-eat BBQ restaurant.
    Fact.
     
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    i love fried chicken. but i like it fried fresh and not dripping with oil and all the fat mostly trimmed off. unlike kfc.

    i love the chicken at BBQ Chicken on jamboree in irvine. nice.
     
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    The question is not whether or not one likes fried chicken, but rather, if one has a pulse. That shall answer your query.

    Exactly
     
  16. Dakota rube

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    In my experience, the quality of the fried chicken is inversely related to the niceness of the restaurant.
    I don't recall where I came across this gem, but I've heard one can judge the quality of the food by simply counting the number of calendars hanging on the wall; more calendars = better food.
     
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    + 1,000,000,000

    +1,000
     
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    sho'nuff Senior member

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    + 1,000,000,000

    +infinity
     
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    I have to do my homework on good fried chicken places here in L.A. Unfortunately, what we have here is the fast food restaurants like: KFC, Pioneer's Chicken, or Popeye's ( best of the three ). I've tried cooking it at home but it never comes out the fried chicken that it's suppose to look/taste like. I'd love some recommendations from L.A. locals who are in the know.
     

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