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Long John Silvers $10 family pack -- 8 pc Fish or chicken, 12 hush puppies, and cole slaw (or any other large side)

yoyoman21 63 67 September 24, 2010 at 04:12 PM in Grocery (2)
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Last Edited by yoyoman21 September 24, 2010 at 10:06 PM
Long John silvers has a great deal going on. No coupon needed.

Long John Silvers $10 family pack -- 8 pc Fish or chicken, 12 hush puppies, and cole slaw (or any other large side). I was able to swap a cole slaw for 6 pc of corn cobs.

Awesome food that can easily feed a family of 4.

Regularly around my place this would cost $18. Saving you $8.

http://www.longjohnsilvers.com/

First post here so please be gentle Smilie

All the best,
yoyoman21


Edit: You can get a free pie slice too if you bring in a competitors coupon all for $10! (any pizza coupon will work). You can go to dominos.com to print out a coupon!
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is it just me or are long john/ KFC combos nasty ...
the fish is so greasy....i think they use some other kind of oil to cook them in...
when LGS was by it self it was so good!..
anyone else think the same?
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I have an LJS / Taco Bell combo where I live...it tastes good IMHO,
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Be wary that their fried items are loaded with trans-fat. 4.5g/fish , 1g/hushpuppy

http://www.ljsilvers.com/pdf/LJS_...mation.pdf
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I used to work for them. Blocks of lard from cardboard boxes melted to cook the stuff. Insanely bad for you.
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YUCK! great deal if you are homeless or stupid! I'd NEVER feed this to my family! http://<br /> http://www.longjoh...mation.pdf FYI...Mcdicks has lardburgers for a buck all day every day!
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Last edited by bpernoski September 24, 2010 at 08:04 PM
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their malt vinegar sauce rocks!!!
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It's not a sauce. It's malt vinegar!
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Quote from bbm4l1fe View Post :
is it just me or are long john/ KFC combos nasty ...
the fish is so greasy....i think they use some other kind of oil to cook them in...
when LGS was by it self it was so good!..
anyone else think the same?
Totally agree, but I always knew it was bad for me to begin with. Nowadays, it tastes bad as well.
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Quote from bbm4l1fe View Post :
is it just me or are long john/ KFC combos nasty ...
the fish is so greasy....i think they use some other kind of oil to cook them in...
when LGS was by it self it was so good!..
anyone else think the same?
I agree. around me both LJS and KFC are horrible.
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Wow 4.5 grams of transfats :s

Its true it is not the healthiest food in the world but boy does synthetic grade D lard taste good.

Me and my family used to go here all the time a while ago and it was good to bring back good memories Smilie
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Thanks
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Quote from Muckrak3r View Post :
I used to work for them. Blocks of lard from cardboard boxes melted to cook the stuff. Insanely bad for you.
uh lard is the absolute best fat to cook in bar none....and no fat is bad for you ...try living without it
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I <3 LJS. Thank you.
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Quote from dbbcooper View Post :
uh lard is the absolute best fat to cook in bar none....and no fat is bad for you ...try living without it
Are you talking about health wise, or for taste?

Anyway, i know LJS is pretty dang bad for you but it still tastes good Smilie Maybe i'll see if i can sub the cole slaw for their wild rice so my dinner will be a tiny bit "healthier" haha
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