Chicken and Cheese Biscuit

Hello again! My apologies for the long silence, but i’m back on tour with the Dap-Kings and I’m food blogging again. I’m in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and there is only one place to go for late night food here, and that’s Time-Out Restaurant. The speciality here is the chicken sandwich; It is simply a fried chicken breast and a piece of cheddar on a biscuit and it is pure heart stopping delicious. It is a very simple concept but executed perfectly. When you order one of these babies, the counter guy takes a whole breast of fried chicken, chops the breast off the bone, places it on a chicken breast sized biscuit and tops it with a slice of cheese. The whole process takes about 30 seconds. The biscuit is a little less crumbly than a normal one and holds together nicely throughout the whole eating experience. Finally, add a touch of hot sauce if that’s your thing and you have a perfect late night delight.

6 Responses to “Chicken and Cheese Biscuit”

  1. J. Says:

    That must have been a pretty good biscuit to inspire a blog post after a 2 year hiatus!

    If you’re still in town you should check out crooks corner for a real southern meal. You were great last night btw! Ive been hooked on your sound since ‘you know im no good’ … it was a real treat to see you in concert!

  2. admin Says:

    I did go to Crooks Corner for dinner but unfortunately i forgot my camera. Killer soft shell crab and the best Chocolate Fudge Brownie sundae ever! no kidding.

  3. J. Says:

    Chocolate Fudge Brownie. nom nom.

    Next time try their shrimp & grits!! best.thing.ever.

  4. mark Says:

    Dude,
    1)You are 100% right about Time-Out.
    2)Y’all 100% kicked ass, as usual, last night at Cat’s Cradle. Thanks!

  5. East Ponce Soul Faction Says:

    While in Atlanta hit “Mediterreanean” on 10th St. Awesome Gyros, hummus, stuffed grape leaves. OR go to Fat Matt’s Rib Shack on Piedmont - killer BBQ

    See ya at tha Show tonight!

  6. Catherine Says:

    I want to go to there.

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