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Old 05-21-2018, 09:32 AM
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So I have a simple challenge for THT members...

Who can be the first one to find out if Bo Jangles "Chicken Bites" are White meat or dark meat.

We recently asked at two different Bo Jangles drive through windows whether the chicken bites were made from white meat or dark meat. After being told they were chicken bites repeatedly we received the same exact answer at both locations. "They aren't white or dark, they are chicken".

Bonus points to anyone who Youtubes the conversation with the drive through employee and posts it up. I suspect this could potentially go viral. LOL
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I've recieved them once by accident and I couldn't even eat one.. nasty nasty nasty.. what I had was dark meat and full of fat
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Pieces and parts mashed together.
Old 05-21-2018, 09:36 AM
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Yuck. Sounds as appealing as their catfish and BBQ. It ain't happening !!
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What kind of heathen goes to Bojangles and doesn't get the 4 piece supremes or Cajun filet?

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Originally Posted by NCSUboater View Post
What kind of heathen goes to Bojangles and doesn't get the 4 piece supremes or Cajun filet?

Or chicken.....on the bone....
Old 05-21-2018, 09:49 AM
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I though the challenge would be to eat a Bojangles meal and not have blowout diarrhea
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"Parts is parts."

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Old 05-21-2018, 10:00 AM
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Originally Posted by autobaun70 View Post
Or chicken.....on the bone....
True, their regular fried chicken is great too...especially with some Winston-Salem Pete drizzled on.
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Originally Posted by Onewolf View Post
Yep. Pretty sure they have the folks from the Chinese restaurant that chop the chicken for the general Tso's doing the same at the processing plant.

I've had the bites a few times. They are solid pieces of chicken, but are very much bits and pieces from everywhere on the bird. From the processing side, basically the left overs from all the "boneless skinless" cuts you see in the freezer section. Almost positive they are pulling their meat from Pilgrims Pride in Sanford. Distributed through Pate Dawson, also in Sanford. Likely ship into the stores essentially cooked sous vide in big plastic bags, and then get dumped into serving warmers.
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The only chicken bites they have are Rosted Chicken Bites. If you talking about chicken fingers they are whole white meat.
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Originally Posted by Joe View Post
I though the challenge would be to eat a Bojangles meal and not have blowout diarrhea
How much can they do to fried chicken and mash potatoes?
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Bo Jangels would make McDonald's seem like 5 star dining....
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I knew a man bojangles and he danced for you, in worn out shoes!
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Originally Posted by Uncas View Post
Bo Jangels would make McDonald's seem like 5 star dining....
This is completely false.
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Roasted Chicken Bites are produced fully cooked & IQF using thigh meat. Sous Vide would be cost prohibitive. Bojangles has moved their distribution to McLane, the supplier likely has not changed.

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Not on the list of things I would eat so I don't care.
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There are no Bo Jangles chicken joints around here which I find interesting seeing as how I live in LA and they have "Cajun" fillets.

Anyway, if they're "nuggets" and not strips, the answer to your question, white or dark, is; All 3. For nuggets, the process is - lightly boil the chicken, bones and all. Throw the whole gooey mesh in a centrifuge and spin to release EVERYTHING from the bones. Remove the bones, puree what's left, smash it into chunks and call it a "nugget". So, it's dark, white, and everything else.

I will NOT eat nuggets anywhere. I want strips.

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