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Preserving Chick-Fil-A for a Sunday tailgate

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Has anyone done this with successful results?

The fries especially - are they preservable?

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Has anyone done this with successful results?

The fries especially - are they preservable?

In my experience the fries don't hold up but the Chicken sandwich is not bad.

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reheat the fries in a 250 degree oven.

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In my experience the fries don't hold up but the Chicken sandwich is not bad.

Separated and combined at the tailgate?

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the secret to the sammiches is pickle juice and peanut oil.

so ez I'm a retard and I know how to make that sh*t.

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The fries were so much better when they used peanut oil on them, too.

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Yeah OP just make your own fresh look up some copycat recipes

They're better than the real deal anyways plus it won't taste like day old garbage

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The fries were so much better when they used peanut oil on them, too.

WTF, I never knew they changed

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like Jase said... 250 degrees on the fries, but use a stoneware pan when you do it...

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THe secret ingredient....gay tears

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