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Subject: Re: Chicken Fries

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Date Posted: 09:59:20 08/14/05 Sun
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In reply to: Evelyn Turner 's message, "Chicken Fries" on 00:53:06 08/14/05 Sun

Well, yes - that's the whole problem with buying ANYTHING at Burger King. You basically take your fate in your own hands with any single bite. My point was that the concept of "Chicken Fries" is good. They're small, thereby quick to cook, and they're easy to handle and easy to eat - also easy to package. I couldn't say how they taste or how they're maintained since I don't eat at Burger King - ever. I like the concept of the fruit bowls at Wendy's (and at imitator McDonald's) as well, but that doesn't mean they're that great if the store staff doesn't use fresh fruit and keep them refrigerated until sold.

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