Any Southerner can tell you that the biggest problem with Sunday is that Chick-fil-a is closed. Why does that matter? Well, for one, we all want what we can’t have. Another issue is that if one indulges on a Saturday night, there is no warm delicious chick-fil-a waiting for them Sunday morning(ish). In college, my Sundays usually involved waking or being waked up by my roomate, to roll over to McDonalds for nuggets or a big mac, and orange drank. Every once in a while, my girlfriend would get us Chick-fil-a on Saturday, and warm it up Sunday (part of the reason she is now my wife). After a night of partying, there is nothing better than a king of the hill marathon, and Chick-fil-a. I saw an article the other day about making your own Chick-fil-a. The wife and I did some googling, and got down to business.
The results were awesome. The sandwich and waffle fries were very close. The Chick-fil-a sauce was spot on. The polynesian sauce was close, but definitely the weak point. Its easy to find copies of the recipe online, and they’re all basically the same.
Some Virginia trivia before I end the post: Chick-fil-a sauce was created at a franchise in Fredericksburg VA.This entry was posted in Food by rsiv with no comments yet