Freg ordered a chopped salad for lunch from Ted’s Famous Kickin’ Chicken. Freg’s massive salad ended up being too much food for him, so he had to pack up about half. The salad included chopped chicken, tomatoes, cheese, croutons, bacon, and somewhere under there lettuce.
Carolyn ordered ten regular wings from Ted’s Famous Kickin’ Chicken. The flavor was called regular but there was still some heat in that sauce. The wings had a nice flavor.
Ant ordered a chicken tender sandwich from Ted’s Famous Kickin’ Chicken. Talk about a sandwich; the tenders were dipped in wing sauce and the coleslaw was BBQ slaw. Ant must have been hungry, because he ate the whole thing.
Freg ordered a low calorie option this evening, Patmos chicken from Soppers Restaurant. A simple but delicious meal of sauteed chicken, mushrooms, olives, penne pasta, parmesan, and garlic in olive oil. Freg was surprised and delighted to find so many olives in his dish.
Buddy’s chickens out in his backyard. All the gold ones are named Barbara. Buddy has 23 free range chickens that give him fresh eggs everyday.
Ant ordered pollo con crema from Dos Amigos. Shredded chicken cooked in cheese and sour cream, comes with tortillas to put your own tacos together. Sided with the beans and rice classic combo. Broccoli and carrots covered in the cheese sauce are Ant’s kind of vegetables.
Daniel was the grill master for the evening, grilling chicken, pineapple and venison for our dinner. Brenna prepared sides of fresh corn and a cheese, spinach, and artichoke casserole that was awesome.
Carolyn also opted to order the strawberry arugula salad from Lexington Avenue Brewery. She also opted to add gilled chicken for an extra punch of protein. WOOHOO protein!
Ant ordered a chicken sandwich with a side of sweet potato tots from Sheena’s. This family run business had a million dollar view in the valley of the Pisgah National Forest.
William, a friend of Dianna’s joined us for lunch at Como’s Pete No. 4. He ordered a ‘bird dog’ which was essentially a crispy chicken sandwich in a hot dog bun, delicious and slightly interesting.
Robert Lord telling one of his infamous stories during dinner on the porch at the home of Robert and Jenny Lord; parents to Those Guys, Rachel. The food and company was quite agreeable that evening.
Jenny makes sure everything is out and ready for our delicious home cooked meal this evening. Jenny is a great cook and mother to original Those Guys Rachel Hall.
Freg and Carolyn both ordered a lunch of chicken pad thai from Monsoon Noodle House. A filling and delicious lunch that hit the spot.
Freg and Ant both ordered hibachi chicken from Tokyo Japanese Restaurant for dinner. Good hibachi meal, nothing unique.
Ant orders a ranch chicken wrap from Buzz’s Roost for lunch. He got a side of fries just to tempt everyone else with.
Ant ordered the rice and chicken bowl from Juanita Greenberg’s Nacho Royale. Black beans and cheese complete the bowl made out of a tortilla.
Carolyn ordered one of the specials for dinner from Five Loaves Cafe. The dinner was fresh made sweet potato ravioli stuffed with goat cheese in a sage cream sauce, with sauteed spinach, tomatoes, cranberries, and caramelized pearl onion, topped with marinated grilled chicken. An amazingly delicious meal, words really are not adequate enough, SO GOOD!
Freg ordered the chicken and yellow rice with black beans and plantains from Cafe Rio Blanco. The restaurant’s atmosphere was simple and the food was delicious. It filled us up in a warm hearty way.
Carolyn ordered the chicken with yellow rice, black beans, and yucca from Cafe Rio Blanco. Holy amazing chicken with rice and beans, it was GOOD! None of us had ever tried yucca and it was good and a little unexpected, it had the consistency of a firm mashed potato and the tast of lemon; that’s about the only way I can describe it.
Freg ordered the greek salad with chicken from the Mellow Mushroom for dinner. You can’t seem to go wrong with Mellow.
Ant made his own salad for dinner from the Mellow Mushroom. He chose to have salad so he could order dessert.
Freg ordered the chicken parmesan from Holidays Greek and Italian Restaurant, this was the highly recommended dish from YELP. We’ll just say it was food.
Ant ordered the chicken fettuccine alfredo from Hoidays Greek and Italian Restaurant. Ant is fairly certain that the fettuccine is topped with buffalo spiced chicken, similar to what you would find on a buffalo chicken pizza. …yep.
For lunch we stopped at a great lunch joint called Nabila’s Garden Restaurant. It was a southern buffet where the food was fresh, hot, and GOOD eats. Here’s an example of one of our plates from lunch with greens, mac and cheese, and chicken.
Ant went the more traditional route and ordered Chicken and Waffles from Chicken and the Egg. Right away you could tell the fried chicken was fresh and the real deal. The waffles come with a sweet whipped butter; what better side then greens to round off this delicious meal.
This was my Grilled Chicken Cobb Salad from Bahama Breeze. It is not often I fill myself to the rim eating a salad, but in this case I needed a nap after finishing mountain of greens and goodies.
Ant’s chicken from Bahama Breeze was accompanied with a cilantro crema and some very tasty looking mashed potatoes
This is supposed to be an order of Sesame Chicken from the Peking Chinese Restaurant in Blakely, GA. Carolyn was surprised that her meal had no sesame seeds and looked scarily similar to Ant and I’s General Tso’s Chicken. All that need be said was this was food and we needed sustenance.
Our very brief lunch in Blakely, GA was at a hole in the wall named Peking Chinese Restaurant. Not much need be said other than enjoy looking at the meal photos from this restaurant. They are two completely different orders. This is supposed to be General Tso’s Chicken
Freg ordered the Teriyaki Chicken Bento box from Yamato Japanese Steakhouse. Included in his box was also a spring roll, four pieces of sushi, and a pile of fried rice. Not to worry, Freg cleaned his plate.