Regional chicken?

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RE: Regional chicken? 2007/07/29 08:56:08 (permalink)
Chicken Pileau is common in my area.
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RE: Regional chicken? 2007/07/29 09:35:12 (permalink)
My vote is for Cornell-style Bar-BQ chicken. As long as it isn't "hurried" during the cooking process, there is nothing better.

Of course look how biased I am.

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RE: Regional chicken? 2007/07/30 15:28:51 (permalink)
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Chicken Pileau is common in my area.


Where is that, and what is that?
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RE: Regional chicken? 2007/08/27 15:33:20 (permalink)
before I moved to Phoenix I had never had chicken like they make at this chain restarant called "El Pollo Loco". it's got lime juice and paprika on it... and some other spices....it's baked. I guess it is regional??
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RE: Regional chicken? 2007/08/28 06:27:10 (permalink)

Rando,
El Pollo Loco is a Western U S FF Chain. They grill the chicken rather than bake it. There is a thread that talks about this outfit down in the fast food forum, if you are interested in more info about them. We used to eat their chicken fairly often in SoCal.



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RE: Regional chicken? 2007/08/28 07:41:39 (permalink)
I can honestly say I have not found a spot here in the Milwaukee and surrounding areas for good fried chicken...maybe my fellow Wisonsinites can give me a heads up!!
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RE: Regional chicken? 2007/08/28 09:08:43 (permalink)
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Originally posted by NYNM

quote:
Originally posted by Adjudicator

Chicken Pileau is common in my area.


Where is that, and what is that?


Chicken & rice.
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RE: Regional chicken? 2007/09/03 10:02:29 (permalink)
There used to be a really good chicken place in the main mall in Springfield IL. It was called Chick Fil X. Tried to get there as much as I could when I came to town, but that was often on Sundays and for some particular reason they were closed every Sunday. Then they closedd down altogether.

It was just a fond memory for a long time until I discovered they had moved to a mall in Racine WI. Dont remember the name of the mall. But was visiting a friend and going to the cinema and afterwards went tot he mall to find food. Really surprised to see it there. So if you are in southeast WI you should sheck it out. It is a fair distance off of I-94.
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