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Where to find authentic Southern-fried chicken

By John Burgess
Globe Staff / June 24, 2009

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Highland Kitchen

150 Highland Ave., Somerville, 617-625-1131, www.myspace.com/highlandkitchen. The chicken dinner ($12.95) is half a bird and includes collards, mashed potatoes, and a biscuit.

Mrs. Jones

2255 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, 617-696-0180. Chicken wings are on the fried chicken plate ($9.40) with your choice of two traditional accompaniments.

Mrs. Rowe’s Restaurant

74 Rowe Road, Staunton, Va., 540-886-1833, www.mrsrowes.com. Fried chicken plate ($10.96) comes with two sides.

Poppa B’s

1100 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester, 617-825-0700, www.poppab.com. Dark-meat dinner ($8.25) comes with two sides and corn bread. White-meat sandwich with breast and wing ($4.95) comes with white bread.

Summer Shack

50 Dalton St., Boston, 617-867-9955, www.summershackrestaurant.com. A four-piece platter ($12) comes with potato salad and corn bread.