I honestly could not give two shits about the political leanings of the people and organizations I get my fast food or entertainment from. As a quasi-anarchist libertarian, there just aren’t that many people whose political views are in lock-step* with mine. I would find myself bored and hungry if I ever made such a restriction on myself to only support like-minded people. To me there is no disconnect in enjoying a delicious box of chicken nuggets from Chick-fil-a and falling off the couch in laughter at yet another Jack Donaghy Masterful Bon Mots.
But if you’re itching to boycott the noted southern chicken joint, do it for a good reason as one of my favorite paleo blogger suggests.
But a craving struck when I lived in Sweden. Obviously, it\’s impossible to get Chick-Fil-A there. So I hit the internet hoping to recreate it in my own kitchen. By then I was a lot more educated about nutrition, so the \”top secret\” recipe seemed a little horrifying to me. I wasn\’t about to coat chicken in sugar and flour and fry it in omega-6 garbage peanut oil. The real recipe also contains a form of MSG called autolyzed yeast extract, making it a super-palatable addictive monster, probably why it still makes my mouth water a decade later.
Still, those nuggets are so goooood once they hit your lips.
* Intentional use of irony putting “quasi-anarchistic libertarian” and “lock-step” in the same sentence.