Food of the Eighties, Chicken Nuggets
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Made big in the food industry by McDonalds. This small breaded pieces of chicken are common in many fast food chains. Usually served with a variety of sauces including BBQ, hot mustard, sweet and sour, and honey.
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Dawa - August 23, 2007 - Report this comment
chiken nugget is dawas fave food, i like the chickn nugget
T. - November 22, 2011 - Report this comment
They use to be white and "light" meat. I loved the light meat ones (unless I got a piece of cartilage, yuck). That was a food staple for me growing up. All I ate at McDonald's were the fries before the Chicken McNugget came out.
Charlie - January 05, 2014 - Report this comment
I think I've heard of these!
Rob Lambert - May 06, 2018 - Report this comment
Since the 1970s, we've had nuggets, tenders, popcorn chicken, from McD, BK, KFC and independent places. One variety I distinctly remember was the chicken finger basket at Boogie's Diner, a chain of pricey food which also sold clothing and bling with its logo. In 1994, a syndicated TV show, focused on a teen audience, was set in a Boogie's (taped in Canada), and Jim J. Bullock ("Too Close For Comfort") played the manager. My experience at Boogie's was in Mall of America. A basket of chicken fingers was five bucks, but worth the money (a BBQ breast sandwich was $10, too much). Boogie's opened in MOA in 1992, closing in 1995.

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