Dinner on the Go with Church’s Chicken
By now, you all know I’m a working mom and sometimes getting dinner on the table, on time, is a struggle. In fact, I have five events planned at work, this month. Earlier this week, I worked late and we still needed to get the kid to practice, AND I still needed to figure out the dinner situation. We would have to eat dinner, on the way to practice. I knew that I didn’t want to do burgers or pizza (too messy in the car), so I decided to go with chicken – Church’s Chicken to be exact. Until Monday, I hadn’t had Church’s since I was in my early 20s (and since I turned 37 yesterday, that was a looooong time ago).
From what I remembered, I really liked their food. I am so glad to say, I remembered correctly – it was delicious. The breading was just as crispy as I remembered and the cole slaw was the perfect level of sweetness.
Since there are only three of us in the Glenn household, I decided to get the 10 piece meal with two sides – mashed potatoes & gravy and cole slaw. In hindsight, I probably should’ve gotten fries and corn, for ease of car eating. (The hubs also asked for some fried okra so he could try it.)
Because I didn’t think the sides through, I ended up stopping for paper plates & plastic ware from the drug store.
[This is where I would've put the photo I took of the kid eating in the backseat, if my SD card hadn't gone missing.]
While the hubs and definitely loved everything (except the fried okra), the kid loved the chicken and thought the sides were only so so – except the fried okra, he didn’t like that either. Most importantly, he wasn’t hungry during practice.
To make up for the lack of photo, here’s a video of his review:
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