(Second Review -- December 2011)
I keep giving Cackalack's Hot Chicken Shack extra lives. I'm beginning to wonder if they shoulda had a cat somewhere in the name or logo. This time, I came back because management had changed since my previous visit.
You know what...the Cackalack's sign and the hypnotizing effect of spicy food. It's their doing! Who can resist a female bird in high heels in sexy clothing holding a bucket of hot chicken? It's the...the eyes! That's it, the eyes got me!
(If you don't know what I'm talking about, please go to their website)
The Blazer ($7) is their most popular sandwich. A "boneless fried chicken breast on a Fleur de Lis sesame brioche bun with smoky slaw, homemade pickles, & garlic baby dill aioli." Chicken is coated in sauce of your choice. XXX the chicken and let me at it!
|"Blazer" sandwich w/XXX sauce|
(Cackalack's Hot Chicken Shack)
|Better closeup of the fried chicken w/XXX sauce on it|
That had to be some of the juiciest white meat I've ever had. The XXX sauce nuked me the first time I had it many months ago, but my built-up tolerance led to a smoky, pleasurable experience. The colorful slaw was crunchy. Mad skill on the homemade pickles; they added more dimension to this one.
The XXX sauce left a small red oily pool, and part of the sandwich lay in it. Not necessarily the best image, but the Blazer still blazed one heck of a trail from my mouth to my stomach.
Oh, and no bad spicy aftereffects for me. Win!
OK, I give in. I'm a fan of Cackalack's. Probably long overdue, too. So after all my rambling typing, ladies and gents, the moral of the story is to put up a suggestive sign for your business and add a lot of spice to the food to reel me in. 7.5/10
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