A reader wants to know what Harrows does with their dark meat since they only have white meat in their chicken pies.
Welcome to You Ask... Patch Answers where we answer readers questions. We recently received questions about the white meat in Harrows Chicken Pies. Patch readers want to know what Harrows does with the dark meat given that they only use white meat in their pies. Here is your answer. According to owner Wally Arsenault, people often wonder what Harrows does with their dark meat, but they don't use it at all. “That's a question we get asked often. We only use chicken breasts so we don't have any dark meat," he said. There you have it, Reading. Harrows does not use dark meat at all.
Dedham will get the chance to eat the same chicken pies that Reading residents have enjoyed since 1935.
Harrows Chicken Pies has been serving the residents of Reading since 1935. Now Dedham will get the chance to taste the pies that have kept the family business thriving. "We've been in Reading since 1935 and we wanted to see if other areas would work for us," Wally Arsenault, Co-Owner of the restaurant said. "We like that Dedham is a very busy area and is a family driven community. And chicken pie is something that would be good for any family meal." The restaurant was originally owned by Charlie Harrow. Walter Arsenault started working at the shop when he was a kid in the 40's before he purchased the business with his wife Shirley in the 50s. Now their sons, Wally and Dan Arsenault, own the business together. "It's mostly the same …