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chicagostyledog

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RE: chicken and waffles Wed, 08/22/07 9:38 PM (permalink)
quote:
Originally posted by tsores

quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

... and BYOC from Hecky's.


??


BYOC.....Bring your own chicken( Gedempte or chicken in the pot).
 
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    matilda

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    RE: chicken and waffles Wed, 08/22/07 9:53 PM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by chicagostyledog

    quote:
    Originally posted by tsores

    quote:
    Originally posted by chicagostyledog

    ... and BYOC from Hecky's.


    ??


    BYOC.....Bring your own chicken( Gedempte or chicken in the pot).


    The reason I said Chicago-style Dog is because there's one on Hecky's menu... .
    And chicagostyledog posted the BYOC/Hecky's response...
    LOL...get it?

    quote:
    Originally posted by matilda

    Sauce, I believe. Or chicken? Or cobbler? Or catfish? Or cheeseburger? Or...Chicago-style dog?


    In response to:

    quote:
    Originally posted by chicagostyledog

    ... and BYOC from Hecky's.


    Get it???
     
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      tsores

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      • Location: Evanston, IL
      RE: chicken and waffles Thu, 08/23/07 10:07 AM (permalink)
      Bring my own chicken to Hecky's. They have the waffles? I am totally confused. I think I will try Walker Bros. The Wilmette location is about 1/2 mile from my house.

      Thanks.
      Phil.
       
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        chicagostyledog

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        RE: chicken and waffles Thu, 08/23/07 8:46 PM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by tsores

        Bring my own chicken to Hecky's. They have the waffles? I am totally confused. I think I will try Walker Bros. The Wilmette location is about 1/2 mile from my house.

        Thanks.
        Phil.


        How to obtain and experience chicken and waffles in Wilmette:

        1. Drive south to Hecky's on Green Bay Road and Ridge and pick up a cooked chicken to go.
        2. Transport the chicken north on Green Bay Road from Evanston directly to Walker Bros. in Wilmette.
        3. With chicken in hand or bag or box, order a waffle at Walker Bros.
        4. Ask for an extra plate(for the chicken).
        5. When the waffle is served, plate the chicken next to it.
        6. Eat & enjoy chicken and waffles in your own neighborhood.
         
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          Foodbme

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          RE: chicken and waffles Thu, 08/23/07 9:52 PM (permalink)
          Two schools of thought on what comprises "Chicken & Waffles". Like Rebel Truce, I'm from Central PA and Chicken and Waffles meant leftover Roasted or Fried Chicken, cut up on a waffle with Chicken Gravy, Mashed potatoes and stuffing if there was any leftover. It was a "leftovers" meal. I didn't learn about the other version until I visited LoLo's in Phoenix AZ. I expected to go in there and find the "Northern" version, much to my surprise! The Fried version is OK, But I much prefer the "Northern" version.
           
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            SuperDave70

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            • Location: Mesa, AZ
            RE: chicken and waffles Mon, 09/17/07 3:44 AM (permalink)
            When I lived in KC in the late 80's, there was a great chicken and waffles place somewhere near downtown. Unfortunately, I cannot remember the name of it, and my google searches have turned up nothing. The fried chicken was served on top of the waffles, with a honey based syrup poured over all of it. It was fantastic! Can anyone help me with a name?

            Now that I live in the Phoenix area, LoLo's has been on my to-do list, but I haven't made it there yet. Those pictures make me regret putting it off this long!
             
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