Over the weekend, Meddlesome Moth featured the above dish, an off-the-menu heap of mouthwatering comfort on a plate: three biscuits smothered with sweet potato mash, topped with fried chicken, gravy and onion strings on a plate covered in sauteed zucchini and diced white onions, dotted with dried cranberries.
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The plate had a $20 price tag but was large enough to feed two people, especially after a few beers. Our server assured us that it was the first time he'd seen the item featured, and while it probably wouldn't be a regularly occurring item, if enough people order it, it could show up on the chalkboard again. He explained that the Moth tends to feature fried chicken and biscuit-type specials on Sundays, which makes sense, because who doesn't enjoy a good plate of comfort food on Sunday night?