Fried Chicken State by State - Garden and Gun Magazine - Recommendations for Every State by Jed Portman

When I was alerted to this article, I immediately went to check out the recs for Houston. They were very good and so, I decided to share this link with you for your next road trip around this USA of ours.

Fried Chicken List - Recommendations for Every State by Garden and Gun Magazine

Garden & Gun’s Fried Chicken Bucket List

A state-by-state guide to the best birds in the South

Food & Drink
March 16, 2017
photo: Margaret Houston

Southerners eat fried chicken for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, which is why so many of us are self-professed experts. For this list, though, we turned to real professionals—seventy-some people who truly know fried chicken, from chefs with their own famous recipes to seasoned food and travel writers and G&Gcontributors. Chains proved surprisingly popular. Both Popeyes and Publix earned high praise from a dozen different sources. So did staples like Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack in Nashville, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, in Memphis, and Willie Mae’s Scotch House in New Orleans. But there were still plenty of surprises, too. Who knew you could order outstanding fried chicken off-menu at OvenBird, chef Chris Hastings’s Birmingham temple to open-fire cooking? Nashville’s Karl Worley did, and now the secret’s out. Start scrolling or click to skip around and see where the pros brake for yardbird in your state.
AlabamaArkansasFloridaGeorgiaKentuckyLouisianaMarylandMississippiNorth CarolinaSouth Carolina
TennesseeTexasVirginiaWashington, D.C.West VirginiaNational & Regional Chains

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