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1815 South Adams Street, Tallahassee

$15 for Three vouchers, Each Good for $9 Worth of Southern Food at Auntie's Kitchen ($27 Total Value)

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Highlights

Menu includes fried chicken, mac and cheese, pigs feet, smothered pork chops, collard greens, hamburgers, and green beans

Customer Reviews

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HalTOP REVIEWER
28 ratings11 reviews
August 2, 2020
Having lived all my life in the South, I know BBQ. This was really good and authentic with genuine smoked flavor and sauce that really complemented it.
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ChristopherTOP REVIEWER
21 ratings17 reviews
June 8, 2020
Food was good....needs to be warmer....
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angelica
3 ratings3 reviews
March 11, 2020
Loved the food and the service was fantastic!!!
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tom
6 ratings2 reviews
September 2, 2020
Don't go for the ambiance. Go for the food, the friendly ladies who cook the food, and the food!
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tom
6 ratings2 reviews
February 28, 2020
Good food. Good people
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Julianne
1 ratings1 reviews
July 24, 2019
Delicious food everytime - REAL macaroni and cheese, moist chicken, awesome greens,and sweet cornbread. The portions are generous, too.
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LoriTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
17 ratings5 reviews
July 19, 2019
Honestly, the place was a bit grungy and the food was dried out and left in the pans. It was not appealing. The help was very friendly and helpful but she could not make up for the lack in the appeal of the food or environment. Sadly, we decided not to eat the food and to give the meal to homeless people. They were grateful !!
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TRINA
1 ratings1 reviews
February 23, 2019
The food is awesome! The portions are so large you have 2 meals. Wonderful flavor and quality!
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What You'll Get

The Deal

  • $15 for three vouchers, each good for $9 worth of food for one ($27 total value)

Deep-Frying: Boiling Food from Within

You’d think fried foods—submerged in boiling-hot fat—would be soggy in the middle, but they aren’t. Read on to discover the science that makes deep-frying possible.

Despite cooking while submerged in vats of bubbling oil, deep-fried foods always seem protected from grease on the inside. Crisp french fries somehow maintain a fluffy interior, and the meat of a fried chicken breast magically retains its tenderness within the crunchy skin. The reason for this is simple: water and oil don’t mix. When pieces of potato, cod, or candy bar enter a deep fryer, the oil—so long as it’s hot enough (usually 345–375 degrees)—almost immediately boils the water within the food, forcing it to escape to the surface. As the moisture leaves the food, the vapor subsequently repels the oil, preventing it from touching anything but the outer edges.

Of course, there would be little to prevent those outer edges from getting soggy were it not for the shield of starch that surrounds most fried foods. Potatoes are naturally starchy, which is why they can fry with little preparation, but other foods—such as meat, fish, or whole pizzas—must be coated in breadcrumbs or batter before entering the oil. Since fried foods continue to steam even after frying, an ideal coating should allow the steam from inside to escape, lest it begin to sop up the remaining moisture. For this reason, fried foods should be served while they’re still steaming to ensure the crispiest outer crust.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Vouchers not valid for ox tails. Limit 1 per person. Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). May be repurchased every 180 days. Must purchase 1 food item. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Auntie's Kitchen

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