jaded bitter joy crusher
I just had some Prince's Hot Chicken. It takes years off my life, but it's worth it.
wha? is it, um, "borrowed"?Henry Porter said:They're gonna burn you at the steak for your title, especially if ttug has the ban removed.
All depends what you mean by good. It's basically very good fried chicken with enough red pepper to blow the top of your head off. May just be a local thing but every once in a while I have got to have some.mickey-mac said:I'll eat just about anything but that doesn't look so good.
Lick it? Heck, that looks so good I wanna hump it!Fredke said:All depends what you mean by good. It's basically very good fried chicken with enough red pepper to blow the top of your head off. May just be a local thing but every once in a while I have got to have some.
And xxl, you definitely do not want to be licking someone's, well you know, after you've had this. They will not thank you for it.
Loveless is teh bomb. It's also at a real central point for cycling in the area at the junction of Rt. 100, McCrory Rd., and the Natchez Trace parkway.jorbenweb said:You ever go to that breakfast place, Loveless, out west of town? That was another of my favorite college haunts.
I live about a mile from Sylvan Park.jorbenweb said:I've gone to Swett's a few times but I like Sylvan Park better for meat and vegetables. They had good fried chicken as well. I recall it was right by a little vegetable market. I spent a lot of time at Boundary when it first opened, as well as Margot, which opened my senior year. We were eating there two, three nights a week. Tin Angel, Provence, Sportsman's, Green Hills Grill, Siam, (I think that's it - Thai place on Whitebridge Rd) were also big hits with us. I had some great times at Jimmy Kelly's as well, but when I went last I thought it had gone downhill.