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MENU EXAMPLES:White Piece meal includes 1 chicken breast and 1 wing fried. You have the option of Cajun spiced or Original. Then you get 1 side including Dirty Rice, Cajun Pintos, Mashed Potatoes or French Fries and all meals include a biscuit.

              Dark Piece meal is all the same except your choices for meat are a leg and thigh.


They also (which I think is the best part because breakfast biscuits are my favorite) serve breakfast all day! Those include Plain Biscuit with butter,Chicken filet biscuit, Sausage biscuit, Sausage and egg, Steak, Steak and egg, Steak egg and cheese, Country Ham, Country Ham and egg, Country ham egg and cheese, Bacon, Bacon egg and cheese, Bacon egg, Gravy biscuit, Sausage gravy Biscuit, Egg biscuit and Jelly biscuit.


They also have chicken tenders that you can get with any side.


They have 3 types of salads: Garden, Grilled chicken salad and fried chicken salad


They have their famous desserts which include the famous Bo Berry biscuits which are blueberry biscuits and sweet potato pies.


They have family meals to suit any size family which includes 2 breasts, 2 thighs, 2 wings and 2 legs, 2 fixins and 4 biscuits and 1 1/2 gallon sweet tea.


Their sweet tea is famous and elcious

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Anyways their sweet tea is famous and delcious.


PRICING: Prices include 5.00 for a dinner plate, 2-3.00 for a biscuit, 9.99+ for a family meal and 1.00+ for a drink or dessert.


LOCATIONS: All throughout the USA but maily your south eastern area.


If you are near that area you probably already know of Bojangles and hopefully love it and if you are visiting from somewhere else you should try it. They are very reasonable in price and very tastety and give you a sense of Southern Foods. Hope you all enjoy the review!

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meat biscuits???


never seen that before


They true biscuits with meat on or are they an interpretation?


yes they are amazing. I tried uploading a picture but it didn't work. It's just a biscuit with sausage, chicken, ham or steak between with egg and cheese. If you ever come to the states pretty much every fast food joint has one but Bojangles is the best. Here is a link so you can see.



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and here we have an example of confused lexacon.


Unless I miss my guess Impey's biscuits are what we call cookies.  So that would indeed sound weird.  I'm not really sure what you would call our biscuits Impey..... little ball of Baked bread akin to pie dough in that they share some of the same base ingredients; flour, salt, shorting only the biscuits has a lower gluton ratio and in turn a higher liquid (Buttermilk normally for its acid activation of the baking soda rather than the pie doughs water)....... yep I like biscuits.


Perhaps more of a scone or and I'm not shre but I do think some cultures call them cakes and use them for "shortcakes."     

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I think we still call them cookies, only we don't have layers of classification for cookies.  We use the term as more of a defining noun ie,  Chocolate chip, oatmeal, shortbread and so on. 


• biscuit - small round bread leavened with baking-powder or soda

• biscuit - cookie: any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the British term)


• any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the British term)

In the United States and Canada, a cookie is a small, flat-baked treat, usually containing fat, flour, eggs and sugar. ... 



Hope that helps.

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