Anytime you visit a massive, national restaurant chain that basically serves reheated (and delicious) food, you run a very small risk of things going bad. Buffalo Wild Wings and similar chains to it get their meat through factory farming and sometimes not enough people get their eyes on the product during the operation, in this case the chicken to chicken wing process.
This latest horrifying example comes courtesy Packers tight end Jared Cook after a recent visit to Buffalo Wild Wings:
— Jared Cook (@JaredCook89) October 7, 2016
Yup, that’s a chicken head, no way that’s just batter forming a strange shape. That’s a full, fried chicken head being discovered in a basket on someone’s plate.
Interesting, Cook says in the tweet this happened to him on Tuesday and waited till Friday to send the haunting image out. That seems like a story I want to hear. I think I’ll take the weekend off eating chicken wings, not that I’m worried about this happening to me but it might be time to switch things up.
Buffalo Wild Wings had this to say:
Buffalo Wild Wings takes food preparation, service and quality extremely seriously and we are looking into this situation. We’ve reached out to Jared Cook and our suppliers for more information.
Hopefully you don’t see while eating, that would be awkward.
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