Sanchez said that she never hid the fact that it was Popeyes in her chicken and biscuits “BiscuitWitch” and her chicken and waffles dishes.
She responded to a one-star Yelp review, saying that "We PROUDLY SERVE Popeyes spicy tenders."
Sanchez said she visits the Popeyes and buys enough for what she think she'll used in the day. She then allows it to cool before storing it in the refrigerator. Cooks then reheat it in the restaurant's ovens, The Post reported.
The fact that the chicken comes from a national chain isn’t listed on Dixie Kitchen’s menus. But Sanchez says it is the law that keeps the notation off the paper.
"I can't put it on the menu because that would infringe Popeyes' trademark, but we're more than happy to tell you that we have it," Sanchez told The Post.
Health inspectors told the Post that it is no different than other restaurants serving pies from Marie Callender's or muffins from Costco.