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    Posted: 22 Jan 2016 at 7:38pm
I love original recipe, I like extra crispy even more.
What is that sh*t you are pouring on my chicken?
 
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From what I've heard it's supposed to be pretty good, though as expected, not as hot as true Nashville hot chicken.
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Doesn't seem like chicken would be a food you'd cover in hot sauce.  It's got too mild a flavor, and hot sauce would kill it.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Doesn't seem like chicken would be a food you'd cover in hot sauce.  It's got too mild a flavor, and hot sauce would kill it.


You've apparently never heard of (or eaten) Buffalo wings.



The sauce is the whole reason for eating them to begin with.

The chicken is little more than a meaty delivery vehicle for the real attraction, which as I said, is the hot sauce.



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Not a fan.  They're OK, but nothing I really go for.  Too little meat, and too much sauce.
 
 
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You have my sympathy.

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Cooks Country has a kick-butt recipe for homemade Nashville hot fried chicken that I have made twice. And since frying chicken at home is a pain in the rear, I will be trying this.
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Originally posted by verminstew verminstew wrote:

Cooks Country has a kick-butt recipe for homemade Nashville hot fried chicken that I have made twice. And since frying chicken at home is a pain in the rear, I will be trying this.


Saw that episode.

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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

You have my sympathy.


He doesn't have my sympathy, if I recall correctly Thor is a pancake HATER!LOL
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Can I eat it with my fingers?
 
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Originally posted by verminstew verminstew wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

You have my sympathy.


He doesn't have my sympathy, if I recall correctly Thor is a pancake HATER!LOL


Doesn't like coffee either!!!

He is definitely a picky eater.



Or a communist.

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^LOL
 
And who said the forum has lost it's sense of humor? Wink
 
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Originally posted by verminstew verminstew wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

You have my sympathy.


He doesn't have my sympathy, if I recall correctly Thor is a pancake HATER!LOL
 
Puke patties.
 
 
 
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I'm not that picky.  There really isn't that much I won't eat.  But things I won't eat even just to be polite are:
 
Pancakes
Mushrooms
Yams/sweet potatoes
Odd meats (like venison or elk)
Brussels sprouts
 
I don't really like carrots, but if they're served to me at the homes of relatives or friends, I'll eat them to be polite.
 
 
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The only thing at KFC I would expend the energy required to open the door on is their Chicken Pot Pie.
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

The only thing at KFC I would expend the energy required to open the door on is their Chicken Pot Pie.
 
Is this you, Sarge?
 
 
 
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

The only thing at KFC I would expend the energy required to open the door on is their Chicken Pot Pie.
 
I happen to like their fries - er, umh, I mean "potato wedges".
I could eat a plate full of them.
Of course, they don't "like" me back.
 
If you're doing a low-carb diet and starting to think "carbo-cidal" thoughts, the Colonel's "Grilled Chicken" is a very reasonable alternative, including taste-wise.  If you're hungry (and/or lazy) enough.
 
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KFC does have a good pot pie, and I'll probably try this new thing just because I like to try new things. And yeah, the potato wedges fresh out of the fryer are effin delicious... but tomorrow it's Quaker Steak and Lube for some wings.

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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


I'm not that picky.  There really isn't that much I won't eat.  But things I won't eat even just to be polite are:
 
Pancakes
Mushrooms
Yams/sweet potatoes
Odd meats (like venison or elk)
Brussels sprouts
 
I don't really like carrots, but if they're served to me at the homes of relatives or friends, I'll eat them to be polite.
 
 


Besides venison or elk I eat ALL those things! Are you an ALIEN?????
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I'm not that picky.  There really isn't that much I won't eat.  But things I won't eat even just to be polite are:

Pancakes
Mushrooms
Yams/sweet potatoes
Odd meats (like venison or elk)
Brussels sprouts

I don't really like carrots, but if they're served to me at the homes of relatives or friends, I'll eat them to be polite.


What if a friend or relative served you a cup of coffee????

Hmmm?????

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Nope.  They ask if I want some, and I say no thanks.
Isn't there anything you won't eat or drink?
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Nope.  They ask if I want some, and I say no thanks.
Isn't there anything you won't eat or drink?
 
 
 
Shrimp !!  -  Any variety.  Does not matter.
And if you force me to, history demonstrates a propensity to hurl right there at the dinner table.  (Don't ask.)
 
Nasty critters. 
I can't help but think of them as "sea roaches".  Sick Sick Dead
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

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Shrimp !!  -  Any variety.  Does not matter.
And if you force me to, history demonstrates a propensity to hurl right there at the dinner table.  (Don't ask.)
 
Nasty critters. 
I can't help but think of them as "sea roaches".  Sick Sick Dead


I had a huge plate of shrimp for lunch. Not something I eat all the time, but occasionally. I'll eat most kinds of meats, as long as they're cooked.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Nope.  They ask if I want some, and I say no thanks.
Isn't there anything you won't eat or drink?


Probably, but I can't think of anything.

I do like all the things "normal people" like though.



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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

The only thing at KFC I would expend the energy required to open the door on is their Chicken Pot Pie.
 
Is this you, Sarge?
 
 
 
Not really. I had my one KFC pie over a year ago.
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