Parker's is an institution, and they move a huge quantity of food. When I used to eat meat, this was a regular stop, especially for take-out. They have everyone else beat for speed at large quantities, but for those who want to live to eat another (lots of others) day, I can't recommend it.
The pork BBQ includes the skin and a fair amount of fat, and can be dry. The sauce offered is vinegar-based with red pepper, so at least not sugary. Chicken livers usually overcooked, but priced reasonably. Corn sticks soak up a lot of fat while frying.
Vegetables are pretty much canned and reheated with meat added.
Potato salad is OK, as is the cole slaw.
Sweet tea is about 2 cups of sugar added per gallon. You do the math for whether you want to spend your daily calorie allowance that way.
It was just one of those things.... but now it's over.
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