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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Chicken and fries

Posted By on Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 7:22 AM

  • Todd Rudisill
  • CHICKEN TENDERS & FRIES: And that's all
Add another blog to "things that crack me up." Todd Rudisill has started a blog called Luv Me Tenders (with a little fry on the side) — a food review blog dedicated to chicken tenders and French fries — and that's all. It's extremely specific blogging, but it's also pretty informative for the chicken-and-fry lovin' set. He says he hasn't encountered another chicken strips blog anywhere. The restaurants he's already covered have been mostly in Northwest Arkansas (with Krazy Mike's here in Little Rock thrown in to boot). He may be onto something... what can I say, I write specifically about hamburgers for A Hamburger Today, and you've seen where that site's gone....

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