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Gonzo:
And by the way, I hear CE HAS filed permits with the City, so it does look like they are coming.

B&AShaun:
Quote from: LongTimer on August 05, 2009, 07:21:40 PM>>>>Quote from: WFShaun on July 20, 2009, 09:11:47 PM>>>>Quote from: Laura5871 on July 16, 2009, 05:02:20 PM>>>>Quote from: outspoken on July 16, 2009, 03:00:30 PM>>>>Who are Richard and Nancy Stuart?
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The founders of Chicken Express
<<<<They are royalty in my book!
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Not in mine.  I have close friends that own CE franchises in Granbury & Glen Rose.  From what he says, the Stuarts rip them off on everything.  If they werent in so deep, they'd bail.

Food's tasty & everything..average chicken...and sure beats not having options here in town, but it sounds like they arent very good business people.  Their restaurants look like shacks....probably appropriate for chicken I guess.  CE in Forney wouldnt even be a decent replacement for Grandma's.
<<<< :ugh2: CE is leaps and bounds better than Grandma's.  What have you been doing all your life that killed your taste buds?

outspoken:
I would prefer a Popeye's for a chicken place. . . . . I like the spicy crust. . . . I don't care about their "biscuits" though . . . kinda greasy.

Does chicken express have a spicy crust?

cjsmom:
Quote from: outspoken on August 05, 2009, 11:15:57 PM>>>>I would prefer a Popeye's for a chicken place. . . . . I like the spicy crust. . . . I don't care about their "biscuits" though . . . kinda greasy.

Does chicken express have a spicy crust?
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No but they have this stuff called Serendipity Spice that you can sprinkle on the chicken (or add it to the gravy if you are dipping the chicken strips) that can make it as spicy as you want. 

Gonzo:
Serendipity Spice?  What the heck?  I have never heard of that at a CE.  In fact, never heard of it at all.

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