Buffalo is the only word that can serve as all major parts of speech: noun, proper noun, verb, and sauce. Enjoy delicious linguistics with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Chicken to be Used over Four Visits
This deal consists of four vouchers, each of which is valid for $5. Only one voucher may be used per visit.
The menu includes boneless wings ($3.99 for five), fried-fish meals ($7.99), and three-piece chicken meals with two sides and a biscuit ($6.69–$7.69). For their sides, diners can choose from potato wedges, coleslaw, baked beans, mashed potatoes, or macaroni salad.
Thirteen years. That’s how long it took W.O. Giles to perfect his fried chicken, a process that was about much more than just experimenting with recipes. Although he did tinker with marinades and batters, Giles spent much of that time designing his own cooking equipment and preparation techniques. In 1965, he finally debuted his chicken at the opening of his new restaurant, Chester’s. Nearly a half-century later, patrons still line up for fried-chicken meals accessorized with sides such as baked beans and mashed potatoes. Whether diners opt to experience their chicken as wings, tenders, or on a salad, the poultry is always fried in oil that’s free of trans fats.