GAMRican in Seattle!

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    Jan 20, 2013 1:35 AM GMT
    And, I'm about a block from one of these...

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    Although I've gone "wheat free", I'm thinking that I'll cheat once for this.

    If you live in Seattle, what are your thoughts?

    Should I fall off the wheat-wagon for this?
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    Jan 20, 2013 1:38 AM GMT
    Don't live there, but also gluten free and also broke the rule for the chicken and it was kind of worth it.
    Not the best fried chicken the country, but the best in Seattle. Keep in mind though, Seattle has a bunch of great restaurants, you may want to pass on decent fried chicken and stick with healthy great food someplace else. I mean, you are in Seattle, fish, hello.
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    Jan 20, 2013 3:27 AM GMT
    oprah used to have ezells fried chickin flown to her once a week,,, prolly still does!!!!!icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

    it ok, not worth the wheat hangover.... go eat at macheavellis, on pine and bellvues way... on capital hill
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    Jan 20, 2013 5:04 PM GMT
    jonnyboy saidoprah used to have ezells fried chickin flown to her once a week,,, prolly still does!!!!!icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

    it ok, not worth the wheat hangover.... go eat at macheavellis, on pine and bellvues way... on capital hill


    Good call on Macheavelli's. I've been there before.

    Ok. Confession time. I went to Ezell's and it was bomb!

    I'm fortunate that I don't have any wheat allergy, so I could enjoy my guilty pleasure without "hangover". I got the 1 pound spicy chicken tenders. It came with two of their rolls. I wasn't going to eat the rolls because it's just pure glycemic poison, but I just had to "bite the apple". It was like cake. 1 roll was enough to satisfy my temptation.