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The Fried Chicken From Mama Dip's Kitchen Is So Good That The Recipe Hasn’t Changed Since 1970


With $40 for food and $24 for change, the late, great (Mama Dip) opened her restaurant determined to succeed. Since then she created two cookbooks; was featured on several national TV shows, such as "Good Morning America" and "The Food Network;" and many local and national publications. She also created her own food line. (Only In Your State)

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The Fried Chicken From Mama Dip's Kitchen Is So Good That The Recipe Hasn’t Changed Since 1970


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