Thoughts on “Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich”

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This is what the chicken sandwich looked like according to the school's online menu.

Madison Masunas and Eduarda Kehl

On Monday at lunch, a new chicken sandwich was hyped up and everyone wanted to see how good it tasted. It also came with baked beans, potato wedges, garlic toast, and more. Students had mixed opinions about this new sandwich.

“It was good as heck,” said Gavin Henry.  “It was juicier than the heavens. The sauce hit it where it counts. Eating the biscuit was like eating sand, though.”

Collin Jorgensen had one word to describe this sandwich: “Bad.” He said it was atrocious because he felt the biscuits were way too dry and it was supposed to be like a sandwich, not just chicken with a biscuit. He also felt that the sauce was “sour.” 

Eduarda Kehl liked it overall, but the sauce was a little too spicy. She suggested that instead of biscuits, they could add normal sandwich bread. 

“I liked the sandwich because it actually tasted like food,” said Hannah Fralick. The sauce was good too.” Her favorite part wasn’t the chicken itself but the garlic toast that came as a side. “I thought the garlic toast was bomb as frick.”

Some students didn’t even try the sandwich. Alex Roman explained that it said “Nashville” in it and said “who lives in Nashville? Nobody.” That made him not want to eat it.

Both Michelle Trieu and Brayden Lee liked the sandwich but wished it had an actual bun like they made it out to be.