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    Just checked in on the tacos today for lunch. They are still goooood.
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    For all my Mexican food loving peeps....
    Desde la corazon... San Miguel de Allende, gto.

    Some kick ass tacos and a molcajete.

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    PSA: Sandy Costco has 3 packs of prime NY strips $15 off through tomorrow. Effectively 40-50% off depending on the size of the steaks in each package.
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    Tacos Don Rafa has the best street tacos in SLC!
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    the new fried chicken place at 9th/9th is meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by mall walker View Post
    the new fried chicken place at 9th/9th is meh
    I love fried chicken and have yet to find a really good reliable fried chicken joint in the SLC. I typically hit The Garage on Beck, its about as hood as I have found.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teleee View Post
    I love fried chicken and have yet to find a really good reliable fried chicken joint in the SLC. I typically hit The Garage on Beck, its about as hood as I have found.
    Kevinís (in a gas station on 4500S) is great, Curry Fried Chicken on state is a bomb too. Pretty Bird is awesome but expensive. Those are my gotos...

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    This curry fried chicken is very intriguing...I couldn’t tell from Yelp, does the fried chicken actually have curry in it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    This curry fried chicken is very intriguing...I couldnít tell from Yelp, does the fried chicken actually have curry in it?
    they have a dish called ďcurry fried chicken plateĒ or something, which is fried chicken with some curry spice in the batter. itís extremely good I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by mall walker View Post
    Kevinís (in a gas station on 4500S) is great, Curry Fried Chicken on state is a bomb too. Pretty Bird is awesome but expensive. Those are my gotos...
    I forgot about Curry Fried Chicken it is indeed extremely delicious, but not the southern traditional recipe I sometimes crave. I will have to try Kevins as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teleee View Post
    I forgot about Curry Fried Chicken it is indeed extremely delicious, but not the southern traditional recipe I sometimes crave. I will have to try Kevins as well.
    yeah Kevinís is bomb and way more traditional... gets busy around lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mall walker View Post
    they have a dish called “curry fried chicken plate” or something, which is fried chicken with some curry spice in the batter. it’s extremely good I think
    I had that once, it was average IMO. Not spicy and rock hard chicken. I am compelled to try Popeyes after all the hullabalu online of their sandwich selling out, not expecting much but I don't mind fast food and I eat Chik-fil-a often.

    I'll have to try Kevins, thanks. Pretty Bird is still frickin' amazing, if anyone hasn't gone there yet.

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    Just came back from Pig and a jelly jar. I had the Nashville hot chicken it was damn good. Barely hot, but still, it was good fried chicken. Pretty Bird is definitely better but it's in the same league, for reference. They have all sorts of fried chicken dishes to try, I'll be back for them...despite the horrible name.

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    ^ ooh didn't know pig and a jelly jar had that...

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    nashville hot is a tuesday-only daily special, but there's chicken all over the menu every day

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    I have had hit and miss at Curry Fried Chicken. For the most part it has been delicious but i have certainly had an outing or 2 with dried out pieces of bird. Pig and a Jelly is good, just not fantastic. Bear in mind I just returned from Montgomery Alabama- SLC has no representation of the good old school soul food that I dream of.
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    Pig and a jelly is a twist on soul food, and therefore not soul food, but it's fantastic in it's own way. I'd love to know if there is an authentic soul food place in SLC too. I'd be surprised if there is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    Just came back from Pig and a jelly jar. I had the Nashville hot chicken it was damn good. Barely hot, but still, it was good fried chicken. Pretty Bird is definitely better but it's in the same league, for reference. They have all sorts of fried chicken dishes to try, I'll be back for them...despite the horrible name.
    I always get the chicken and waffles when I go there. I'm hungry just thinking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    I always get the chicken and waffles when I go there. I'm hungry just thinking about it.
    Yep! I donít even look at the menu. Pretty sure there are no soul food places in the SLC just fancy knock offs.
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    Thereís a place in south Jordan called the porch which I have heard a bit about, people say itís good, but itís a ways south west for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by teleee View Post
    .... just fancy knock offs.
    That's a better description than my 'soul food with a twist'

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    P&aJJ has the best drip coffee of anywhere I've been in the valley. Not many places bother to put enough coffee in their coffee. Ham Hash and tres huevos scrambles are solid, as is the BBQ pork sammich. I'm also a big fan of the cider greens and pork rinds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    P&aJJ has the best drip coffee of anywhere I've been in the valley. Not many places bother to put enough coffee in their coffee.

    This is true of the Ogden location as well. There is a coffee shop that serves slightly better coffee, but no food available. I haven't been to P&aJJ in a few months because I wore them out, but it's probably time for a return trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teleee View Post
    I have had hit and miss at Curry Fried Chicken. For the most part it has been delicious but i have certainly had an outing or 2 with dried out pieces of bird. Pig and a Jelly is good, just not fantastic. Bear in mind I just returned from Montgomery Alabama- SLC has no representation of the good old school soul food that I dream of.
    This place opened in draper not too long ago

    http://www.saucebosssouthernkitchen.com/menu.html

    Havent been there but the menu is straight soul food... and the chef is a black guy! Gonna hafta check them out soon
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    The Porch looks good, but Sauce boss might be our holy grail....

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