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DonCuevas • 2 months ago

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Scott • 3 months ago

It has been one year and 5 days since your last post. Nice to see you posting again. :) I too cannot get the photos to load.

It may be because Google has recently started to insist that web sites (including blogs) are secure. To fix this in Blogger, go to your Blogger admin page (www.blogger.com) and then go to Settings > Basic and look for HTTPS Redirect. Change that setting to YES. It should be done whether or not it fixes this particular issue.

DonCuevas • 3 months ago

Thanks, Scott. I'll have a look into that.

Saludos,
Don Cuevas

Tancho • 3 months ago

Ola Sr Cuevas, nice to hear from you! For some reason the photos did not load, I tried two different browsers to no avail.
Because mobility is a issue for me now is the other location operate without a circular staircase? I love roasted chicken and would the happy to find a place were both consistency and service where you are not ignored for half and hour before someone arrives and throws a couple of menus on the table is the norm. Some of the pollo joints seem to accept that a dried out over cook bird is acceptable, which you can almost get anywhere, I am searching for a moist well seasoned bird that offered it's life to someone who can and will enjoy it.

DonCuevas • 3 months ago

Nice t hear from you, Tancho.

First, I'll be working to make the photos "public". Photo challenges are among the most difficult obstacles I face when blogging.

The stair access is no a big deal (at least for me) as it's short and there're are sturdy iron sde raiils to grab.

I've never been to the Av .Madero location.

Saludos,
Don Cuevas

Kris • 3 months ago

Sr. Cuevas- Happy to see you back blogging after a long absence. We just enjoyed Canada's version of Pollo Asado, Costco roast chicken.

DonCuevas • 3 months ago

Nice to hear from you, Sr. Herring.

The Costco chicken we have had in E. Hanover, NJ, is too wet. There we prefer Boston Market chicken.

Saludos,
Don Cuevas