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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by BigDaddyLH, Sep 17, 2019.
Now why didn't they use Waffles instead of donuts?
Chicken and Waffles - AWESOME
This ??? Epic Fail ???
I thought the donut-burger or a variation like this was carnival food. Unless they have a Ferris wheel nearby, I’ll pass.
one of our brethern (@LutherBurger ) approves
I reckon if you're going for cardiac arrest, you ought not to do it half-way. Is there some kind of cream cheese frosting and gravy to add?
You cannot eat too many doughnuts. It's a fact.
And they called me crazy for eating the Double-Down........
Why ruin a perfectly good donut, the one I saw on TV looks like Krispy Kreme, with that nasty chicken.
Thanks to Col. Sanders I can't even stand the smell of fried chicken, much less eat it. There was a KFC across the field from my parents house so I smelled that stuff for years. Not to mention the greasy parking lot in the summer. Or it was so slick that you had to be careful after it rained or you could slip and fall. Truly nasty stuff
And a big Dr. Pepper to wash it all down!
This isnt anything new is it?
I'm on record as being unimpressed with donuts in general, and very much so as 'bread' They don't have the structural integrity to stay solid next a greasy patty of any kind.
You, sir, are correct. Although I'd slice one doughnut in half and lightly grill the insides first. I'm watching my carbs.
Needs to be dipped in chocolate and deep-fried.
If you are going to do it, do it right. Except griddle, not grill. Suspect you meant that anyway. With butter to get the crisp on, of course. Or bacon fat work even better...
And first thing I think about when I read or hear 'KFC' is this:
It doesn't look glazed, they should have gone with cinnamon sugar and lemon sauce for the taste of the Orient. Like a sweet and sour lemon chicken deal.
I would try one as long as it's chicken and not that fake meat stuff that's all the rage at the moment.
You could use the Popeye's Chicken and quadruple the price?
At least Soylent Green had SOME meat (human) in it.....I think the stuff you're referring to is 100% plant and chemical based. Makes Soylent Green sound a whole lot less disgusting than it originally did in 1973.
True, I don't think they want anyone to know what's in the new age soylent green.
I do love the Colonels secret herbs and spices though. They could make just about anything taste good.
Wonder where the 'green' came in...