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Old 08-04-2014, 05:09 PM   #1
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Popeye's Tear'n Tenderloin Chicken review...

This is a new limited time product from the company.

For 3.99 you get one side, biscuit, sauce, and some chicken which I say is a great value.

The chicken is some tenderloin chicken that is cut down the middle to help give it like two pieces, breaded and deep fried. You get two tenderloins in the deal.

I did not taste that much difference from the chicken strips though, but it sure was tasty.


I will give this fast food item a big thumbs up, but the originality was very lacking.

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Old 08-07-2014, 03:25 PM   #2
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We liked it. Our tenderloins were split, sort of a "Y" shape, allowing them cook evenly and fast. 5 tenderloins, a pile of fries, sauce and a biscuit. I'm hoping to go back tomorrow.
I did notice a difference. I've avoided the colonel for some time now.
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Old 08-07-2014, 05:16 PM   #3
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We liked it. Our tenderloins were split, sort of a "Y" shape, allowing them cook evenly and fast. 5 tenderloins, a pile of fries, sauce and a biscuit. I'm hoping to go back tomorrow.
I did notice a difference. I've avoided the colonel for some time now.
I have never had a bad experience at that place. Food is always a winner.
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