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Chick-fil-A Update: Your Guide to Gay Sandwiches Around America

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Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 7:43 AM
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So. Chick-fil-A hates gay people, but people still love Chick-fil-A. Those darn cute illiterate cows! We can't resist 'em! So, in order to combat the chain and simultaneously help out those poor souls who just gotta eat mor chicken, a number of restaurants around the country are offering alternatives.

You may have heard that West Hollywood gay bar The Abbey has created a Chick-For-Gay sandwich. They're not the only ones though.

Starting tomorrow, Tart Restaurant on Fairfax Ave in L.A. will start serving a Cluck OFF CF special, which includes a punch bowl and 10 "don't get mad, get GLAAD" chicken sliders. The special serves up to 5 people and costs $50. $5 will go to GLADD.

In New York, a restaurant in Midtown called Schnipper's is donating $1 from the sale of any chicken filet sandwich to Marriage Equality USA, the pro-gay marriage organization.

In Atlanta, a cafe called Urban Cannibals is serving a special Two Chicks-Fil A sandwich at brunch, as well as a bunch of other "two chicks" specials.

Or, you could simply make your own. Serious Eats says they've cracked the code, and show us how to make a Chick-fil-A sandwich at home. There are plenty of other pro-gay, anti Chick-fil-A sandwich recipes around the web as well.


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