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Fried Chicken

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by FLMountainMan, May 22, 2012.

  1. IndianBoyz

    IndianBoyz Senior member

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    Boom, and I'm hungry again..
     
  2. GusW

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    I don't know how big a chain it is or whether people outside of Maryland have ever heard of it, but Royal Farms fried chicken is fucking fantastic.
     
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  5. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I'm getting hungry for good fried chicken.....
     
  6. bilitrade

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    Korea's greatest contribution to food might very well be the perfection of fried chicken. I'm guessing I'm in the minority here (see what I did), but I find Korean fried chicken far superior to the traditional American version.
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  7. whiteslashasian

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    I think that because there is so much ubiquity of American style fried chicken, it's very easy to run into poorly done versions. I've found that most Korean Fried Chicken is done to a fairly high standard will almost always taste good. Hard to find consistently good American Fried Chicken, at least here in NYC that isn't in Harlem or the Bronx or $$$$.
     
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    its like a good pork chop. sometimes its a religious experience, meaty, fatty, like a succulent version of turkey and bacon combined, then it can be meh, or can suck. I'll won't eat a good pork chop in over a year then have a perfect one at some random place and remember how good it can be.
     
  10. whiteslashasian

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    This is SO true. I recently had quite a good Pork Chop at Community on the UWS. I didn't order it but thankfully the person who did was tiny, couldn't finish it, and didn't want to carry a take home box. YES PLEASE!
     

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