To function properly, the human body requires a steady stream of nutrients, sunlight, and compliments from other species about its opposable thumbs. Use your bendable digits to provide yourself with nutrients with todays Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Southern fare at Jean Albert's Soul Food on Somerset Street West.
A sojourn to Jean Albert's Soul Food satisfies cravings for butter-slathered, crispy-crusted southern fare. Stop in for breakfast with a neglected alarm clock and sample such dishes as the chicken and waffles ($7.99), two pieces of southern-fried chicken elegantly perched atop a large fluffy batter grid. For lunch, start out with a pound of sweet potato chips ($5.99), sliced thin and deep-fried with a delicate dusting of cinnamon sugar, before diving deep into a plate of catfish ($9.49), coated in crispy homemade batter and garnished with lemon. Dinner, meanwhile, weighs down a buoyant belly with such hearty offerings as the battered pork chop ($13.99) and a slice of sweet potato pie ($4.99), diminishing the risk of being swept up by errant hot air balloons.
-   - This is homey food, rich food, imbued more with culinary charm rather than distinction. American southern food is based on ingredients at hand, on the land, in the waters, designed for those working hard in the fields under a baking sun. And mostly, at Jean Alberts (named for the Waldens grandmothers) its pretty tasty stuff. Anne Desbrisay, Ottawa Citizen
-   - The pulled pork sandwich is excellent, love the mac and cheese and candied yams. If you are feeling seriously hungry try the fries smothered in pulled pork. Jason H., Yelp, 11/4/10
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