May 6, 2011
7501 150th Street
As we were transporting our groceries from my dad’s house in Apple Valley to our fridge (thanks Dad!), we stopped at Raising Cane’s out of mere desperation/morbid curiosity that originated with Bill Roehl’s April 1, 2010 review.
I ordered The 3 Finger Combo for $5.99 which included chicken fingers, french fries, a piece of Texas toast, Cane’s sauce, and beverage. Jake ordered the Box Combo for $6.89 that included four chicken fingers, fries, Texas toast, coleslaw, and a beverage. We were allowed to substitute bottled waters for soft drinks.
The 3 Finger Combo
Our orders arrived immediately through the drive-through portal in styrofoam boxes. About 10 minutes later we were home. The french fries were dry, cold, and lacked any discernible salt. The chicken fingers were coated in a soggy batter while the chicken was tough and stringy. I was immediately annoyed that the take-out boxes weren’t perforated to allow for crispier chicken fingers.
We watched Bizarre foods while eating our heavy, grease-bomb boxes, during which I stuffed my mouth with soggy chicken fingers, screamed “CHICKEN UTERUS” and subsequently bit my lip. Not my finest moment.
This is probably a good place to end this post.