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Monday, October 19, 2009

Chicken, Not Just Fried.

Posted By on Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 11:34 AM


I made my way to Dardanelle this weekend for the 61st Annual Mount Nebo Chicken Fry.  I was surprised that the chicken in question wasn't all fried, as it was years ago when I last attended the pretty little community event atop Mount Nebo... but the marinated goodness of the proffered chicken leg with my $5 meal was enough to make me stop craving breaded and deep fried goodness.  In the land of Tyson, chicken comes in many shapes and forms.  More on my soujourn to Sandlizard Town at Tie Dye Travels

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