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Enough of Fried Chicken Sandwiches... here's something totally different!

Charles Yu | Sep 25, 202006:05 PM     26

Ever since Popeye's introduced its 'Spicy Buttermilk Crispy Fried Chicken Sandwich' a couple of weeks ago. Food blogs like ourselves have been posting exchanges about how this novelty match-up with similar products from chained-competitors like KFC, BK or McD as well as others, like Chick-fil-A or even artisan ' cook a la minute ' ones from Mason's on Mt Pleasant.

However, for my sandwich snack/pseudo-dinner craving today, I totally ventured outside the box and made myself a rarely mentioned gem.....'

English style pickled jellied ox-tongue sandwich with English Hot Mustard, Home made English style Sandwich Spread in a toasted buttered Brioche '.

So different and so good!

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