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Old 10-07-2010, 11:10 AM   #21
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They got the BEST chicken in the world!!!! I grew up in New Orleans and ate it quite often!!! My arteries probably don't like it They closed the 1 in Pace so now to get it I have to come to Pcola!!!!!
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Old 10-07-2010, 11:27 AM   #22
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There is hole-in-the wall on I-10 west about 1/2 way to Houston, tucked away behind the Landry's as you approach Lafayette. They do a steady carry out business and have first rate red beans and rice. I like Popeye's RB&R too.

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Old 10-07-2010, 11:45 AM   #23
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Love dat chicken from Popeye's!!!
Growing up in Houma, Popeye's was always at the top of the list. But we also had one down there called Danny's Fried Chicken that was Really good too. They closed down back in the early 90's, but recently (within the past couple years) reopened in Houma.
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Dannys Fried Chicken is my favorite, get the chicken fingers with the dippin sauce and fried mushrooms. There is one in Robetsdale, AL and Fairhope, AL.
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Man, im sitting here in school counting down the minutes untill the lunch bell rings and yall got my stomach growlin already.
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Old 10-07-2010, 01:18 PM   #26
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I don't really like chicken that much, but i like KFC extra crispy with mashed potato's n gravy and biscuit. But the bad thing about that is they closed the one down on 9th ave near Creighton and it was pretty close to the house. Wont be eating there much anymore since i have to go to the other side of town.

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Old 10-07-2010, 01:31 PM   #27
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You guys just have to know how to do it. Soul food must be eaten with a triangle of parts. 1 side of the triangle is the chicken. I like all 3 of the big 3(popeyes, churches and KFC), side 2 has to be a biscuit or mashed taters. Popeyes has some great spiced taters and KFC gravy is fantastic with their taters. The last leg of this triangle are the greens. Get a massive dose of the greens and it will counteract the effects of the other 2 legs. :-)

You can also go with Chicken, waffles and greens.

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Old 10-07-2010, 01:50 PM   #28
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I don't really like chicken that much, but i like KFC extra crispy with mashed potato's n gravy and biscuit. But the bad thing about that is they closed the one down on 9th ave near Creighton and it was pretty close to the house. Wont be eating there much anymore since i have to go to the other side of town.

Ps: If you have been a member here long enough you have to know by now to blow of those that are negative and just go with the rest. The positive here outweighs the negs here.

If I was taken as being negative, Please forgive me, as I didn't mean to come off that way at all, and it wasn't my intent either.

I do feel sorry for anyone that can't see their pecker at any age, it must be a terrible thing to have to worry about. I didn't know, and I am still not sure that enjoying Popeye's Fried Chicken is what causes that problem either.

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Old 10-07-2010, 01:55 PM   #29
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You can also go with Chicken, waffles and greens.
you've been watching the food channel haven't you? honestly, i had never heard of chicken and waffles before i saw it on there...and i grew up as country as they come...
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you've been watching the food channel haven't you? honestly, i had never heard of chicken and waffles before i saw it on there...and i grew up as country as they come...
Yes, I do but that is not where I got it. When I was in the Navy stationed in Norfolk I and several others mistakenly(not really in hindsight) ended up renting a couple of apartments in "the hood" My downstairs neighbor was the biggest drug dealer in town. Anyway, across the complex was a little soul food place that was inside of an old gas station. Very small and no seating, everything was takout only. Best fried chicken, waffles and greens on the planet. Little old black lady owned and operated it( I am pretty sure she was 150 years old. That was some of the best food I have ever eaten in my life.
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