Kentucky Fried Social.
I can’t think of a better meal for a family of four actors portraying a family of four than my $20 Family Fill Up. pic.twitter.com/78noHJ9qNQ— KFC (@kfc) December 18, 2015
If they made a movie about the best lunch of your life, I’m pretty sure they’d cast my $5 Fill Up as the star. pic.twitter.com/Iz69DVWE1x— KFC (@kfc) May 4, 2016
I’m throwing a party. You know—a celebration of the changing of seasons, of a new year and all that jazz. But before I meet my guests with hospitality and merriment, I have to first meet the crisp fall air and the state of my yard. I survey the damage: a sea of orange and yellow leaves scattered as far as the eye can see. I have guests arriving at the end of the hour; I have chicken that needs to be seasoned with 11 herbs & spices and fried; I have a yard that needs saving, but what I don’t have is time for dillydallying. Thankfully, what I do have is the perfect tool. Rake Cane (No. 92315). Wooden shaft. Iron prongs. Mother-of-pearl handle (vaguely military). Ergonomic design reduces hand stress to preserve optimum fried chicken cooking conditions. Made in America. Size: 30.5" to 37.5". Weight: 10 drumsticks (Extra Crispy). Color: Silver & obsidian.