Popeyes jazzes up mealtime with Cajun fish feast and fried chicken
Appeared in Midland Reporter-Telegram 3/12/96
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  • 1. Popeyes jazzes up mealtime with Cajun fish feast and fried chicken Appeared in Midland Reporter-Telegram 3/12/96 Fun. That’s what jazz is. Didja ever see big jazz trumpter Al Hirt with a frown? That jazzy flavor in Popeyes fried chicken is just a variation on the theme! With Mardi Gras (aka Fat Tuesday) behind us, Popeyes is letting their tempting Seafood Gumbo harmonize with the rest of the band. Dancing with fish, shrimp, tomatoes and okra to a Cajun spice beat, this stuff’ll make you sing for joy. You can get the gumbo solo or with a swingin’ band including rice, five spicy butterfly shrimp, one piece of fish, Cajun battered fries, cole slaw and a buttermilk biscuit. Popeyes calls this bunch the Seafood Feast, and they’ll entertain you for just $4.99. All this is right in tune with Popeyes’ number one hit, Cajun style fried chicken. They get the most talented and tender chicken pieces, marinade ‘em in a soulful blend of seasonings and spices, then fry ‘em just right before letting ‘em sing on your plate. This chicken is backed up by some of the top “side” men in town. They include spicy shrimp, red beans and rice, french fries with Cajun spice, onion rings, mashed potatoes and buttermilk biscuits. Wow! No wonder they’ve had so many hits! If you’re in a quiet mood, they have a mild flavor chicken that’ll soothe your savage beast in no time. Now don’t mistake “mild” for “bland.” The mild chicken is also marinated in special seasonings for a hearty flavor. This one’s just a little more on the soulful side. Trainer Connie Couch is the music teacher for this combo. She says the whole crew is excited about how many folks are tapping their toes to Popeyes beat. In fact, the turnout’s been so great, they’re ordering more stuff now to keep up with demand. “We want to make sure everybody has a great time here,” she says. Jot them a note on comment cards in the store. Or, you can ring ‘em up on the company’s 800 number hot line. All in all, while you don’t have to sing for your supper at Popeyes, their jazzy New Orleans style food will likely coax a song out of you in spite of yourself. As they say in New Orleans, “Lassiez les bon temps rouler!” Let the good times roll! Popeyes is a locally owned and operated franchise located at XXXX N. Big Spring.

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