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    August 28, 2012

    KFC Launches Star Shrimp Nuggets In Singapore

    A Singaporean food blog has reported that KFC has launched these star-shaped shrimp nuggets. They're going for 3.95 Singapore Dollars, or around $3.15 UDS.

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    April 19, 2012

    KFC Faces Suit Over Expired Chicken

    Fried chicken chains are not having a good week. First, the NY Daily News brings to light the multiple DOH-related closings of Kennedy Fried Chicken, and Crown Fried Chicken restaurants in New York City. Now, a former employee of a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant in Oregon is claiming in a lawsuit ... More >>

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    March 6, 2012

    KFC's Chicken Pot Pie: Not Bad, But Nearly Vegetarian

    The crust is delectable, but may be suffering from smallpox. As a kid who loved Swanson's pot pies -- pulled from the freezer and heated one hour in the oven -- I couldn't wait to try the Colonel's new entry in the uncrowded field of chicken pot pies.

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    February 23, 2012

    The Song "Some People" Through The Years

    Surely you know the song "Some People" from the musical Gypsy. Oh, you're straight and under 50?

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    January 27, 2012

    Bed-Stuy Gets Its Own Dollar-Slice Joint

    ​New gastronomic asset at the corner of Nostrand and Fulton The phenomenon of the dollar-slice joint continues to spread across the city like a spilled bottle of ink.

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    May 24, 2011

    SmartMoney's 10 Fast-Food Chain Secrets

    The 'M' stands for mum.​OK, so maybe we've been ragging on fast-food chains lately. But, as a new SmartMoney roundup reminds us, it's important to stay suspicious of these ubiquitous cheap-food dispensers. The article lists 10 secrets restaurant chains continue to hide from their patrons. And ... More >>

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    April 13, 2011

    Broadway's Top Cross-Dresser on the Tonys and Joan Crawford

    ​Joan Crawford ate KFC! You'll learn that if you simply CLICK HERE for my hot interview with Brian Bedford, who's stirred up the Broadway season with his witty performance as Lady Bracknell in Wilde's The Importance Of Being Earnest. Yes, the theater season's grandest dame of all has real ba ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 15, 2011

    Saturday Night Live's Corn Syrup Commercial Bites the Hand That Feeds NBC

    The commercial above appeared on Saturday Night Live this past weekend. Billed as a message from the Corn Syrup Producers of America, it shows two self-righteous moms having an amusingly awkward disagreement over the purported evils of high-fructose corn syrup. The visual punch line features an ov ... More >>

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    February 16, 2011

    Borders Bankrupt; Insert "Chapter 11" Joke Here

    chillihead​As we mentioned in our morning link roundup, book retailer Borders is filing for bankruptcy and closing a third of its locations after posting losses of $680.6 million since 2007. Reuters reports that "the chain still faces questions about its longer-term survival in the face of com ... More >>

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    January 20, 2011

    The Six Worst Chain Restaurants in NYC

    ​Something about a chain restaurant tends to breed familiarity and efficiency, but it can also lead to a certain blandness and a numbing lack of individuality which makes chowing down tasteless in more ways than one. Here are the six worst in Gotham, in ascending order of awfulness. (6) Quiz ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 1, 2010

    Americans Are Ordering Healthier Foods, While Guilt-Ridden New Yorkers Are Eating a Ton of Salad

    worldcommunitycookbook.comAtone.​ Last week's gluttony notwithstanding, it seems that Americans have spent the past year making more health-conscious choices at restaurants.

  • Blogs

    November 4, 2010

    Where to Get Incredible Fried Chicken on the Way to the Port Authority Bus Terminal

    ​Lightly crusted, perfectly fried, N-Y-C's fried bird is much better than Hill Country's. We've all had the experience of heading for the Port Authority to make a bus departure, being hungry as hell, and not finding anyplace near the terminal that had halfway decent looking food.

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    November 3, 2010

    Robert Sietsema at Hill Country Chicken

    This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema is disappointed in the fried chicken at Hill Country Chicken: "Further imitating KFC, two types of chicken are offered at Hill Country. Unfortunately, both are severely flawed." Sam Sifton warns to be careful at Peels: "The magic is fleeting. The menu at Peel ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 30, 2010

    KFC to Go Green with Reusable Packaging

    Recycle your KFC.​KFC has announced it will be the first fast-food chain to introduce reusable food containers in early 2011. The container, which is used to hold sides like slaw and looks like a small Tupperware, has already won a 2010 Greener Package Award. It debuted in select markets earli ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 10, 2010

    Can the Néo-Bistrot Save French Food?; U.S. Chefs Shun GM Salmon

    ​The "néo-bistrot," a new kind of restaurant that serves good, simple French fare at reasonable prices, could save French gastronomy in an era when upscale restaurants in the country are lagging. [Wall Street Journal] Amid an immigration debate, a popular Chinese restaurant in Berlin is pus ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 19, 2010

    KFC's Skinwich: a Delicious Hoax

    brainresidue.comMythical feast.​ The Chicago Tribune breaks the sad news -- shattering the greasy dreams of so many Kentucky Fried Chicken fanatics in the process -- that the Skinwich, a sandwich comprising five layers of KFC's Original Recipe chicken skin, taste-tested on Brain Residue and s ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 26, 2010

    Ever Get a Wrong Diagnosis?

    ​Remember last year when I was convinced I had throat cancer because of a weird burning feeling that kept surfacing there? I went to a specialist, who shoved all kinds of tubes down my nose and determined that I actually had acid reflux. That didn't sound right, but I took the prescribed pil ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 14, 2010

    Fast Food World: KFC Conquers China, While Subway Grows an Organic Garden in Japan

    KFC takes China.​Maybe the best way to regain world dominance is for America to spread one of the phenomena that helped bring us down in the first place. Let's make the world fat and addicted to fast food, just like we are. Did you know that a new KFC opens somewhere in mainland China almost ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 29, 2010

    KFC Double Down Sandwich Gets a Bun; Spike TV Gets On the Rocks

    ​KFC's mega hit, the Double Down Sandwich, will soon morph into The Doublicious, comprising an Original Recipe fillet, Monterey Jack cheese, bacon, and Colonel's Sauce -- just like the Double Down -- but with a sweet Hawaiian Bread roll to hold it all together. [Nation's Restaurant News] Dean ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 26, 2010

    New York's Most Over-the-Top Fatty Foods; America's Craving for Bigger Flavors

    ​The Double Down sandwich from KFC isn't the most gluttonous thing you can eat in New York City. Other over-the-top calorie fests include Ditch Plains' Ditch Dogs (a pair of hot dogs on potato buns topped with mac 'n' cheese) and Mile End's Smoked Meat Poutine. [NY Post] Americans want spicie ... More >>

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    May 24, 2010

    KFC's New Slogan: People Really Do Get Paid to Come Up With This Shit

    Try wrapping your lips around KFC's latest.​The last slogan KFC spit up upon the unsuspecting public was "Unthink." It seems that a battalion of geniuses working at several top ad agencies followed that mantra in order to disgorge the company's latest slogan.

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    May 10, 2010

    Cheep's Hummus Plate: Cheap and Meatless in the East Village

    A mountain o'veg​ East Village newcomer Cheep's serves up a very cheap falafel pocket, but it was no match for Mamoun's in our recent Battle of the Dishes. Today we stopped by to check out the place's other vegetarian offerings.

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    April 30, 2010

    Posts of the Week

    Friday afternoon is upon us. And so it is time to cast a gimlet eye towards the best posts of the past few days: We ranked Our 10 Worst Food Show Hairstyles. We discovered the true origins of Hawaiian pizza. Luke's Lobster's Luke Holden talked seafood, $30 rolls, and Maine pride.

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    April 29, 2010

    What the Cluck? Breast Cancer Action Slams KFC's Pink Bucket Campaign

    Get your pinkwashed fried chicken here.​Apparently, we aren't the only ones perturbed by KFC's new Buckets for the Cure campaign, which purports to donate 50 cents for each pink bucket sold to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Breast Cancer Action is responding with a campaign of its own. Think Bef ... More >>

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    April 27, 2010

    KFC's Pink Bucket Campaign: A Breast for a Breast?

    Your fried chicken, pinkwashed to perfection.​Practically in the same breath as launching its Double Down Sandwich stunt, KFC debuted its Buckets for the Cure campaign, which promises to donate 50 cents from every pink bucket sold to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation. Since April 5, t ... More >>

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    April 23, 2010

    Posts of the Week

    With approximately two and a half hours to go until the onset of the weekend, it's time to take a fond look back at the best posts to hit the website since Monday: We ranked the 10 Worst Things to Eat Around Times Square, NY. Chasing the White Dog author Max Watman talked hooch, cocktologists, and ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 19, 2010

    Despite Double Down Stunt, KFC Fowled Up

    ​Apparently, a sandwich of bacon, cheese, and mayonnaise swaddled in fried chicken is not a great marketing strategy. Although items like the Double Down get us bloggers excited, KFC's market share has been dropping since 2005 and sales fell six percent last year. Ad Age reports that stunts l ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 13, 2010

    Airline Food Gets Upgraded; Double Down Reviews Abound

    ​Our Man Sietsema wasn't the only one who tried KFC's Double Down Sandwich (and lived). The Times' Sam Sifton weighs in on the abomination, and Nation's Restaurant News deconstructs KFC's approach to marketing it. [NY Times] [Nation's Restaurant News] As free food on economy flights has now g ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 7, 2010

    Can't Wait for the KFC Double Down Sandwich? Make It Yourself!

    ​We're betting the Fork in the Road Double Down will prove to be even tastier than the KFC version--once the latter's tardy ass appears four days from now. KFC's new Double Down Sandwich is a dream come true: two extensively breaded chicken breasts, several slices of Mon ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 2, 2010

    On April 12, KFC's Double-Down Sandwich Will Bear Down Upon Us Like a Train Without Breaks

    ​Hey, America! Why pay one angel's hair of attention to what Michelle Obama, Jamie Oliver, and those killjoys at the American Heart Association are telling you when KFC keeps giving us moist, crunchy ways to kill ourselves, one bite at a time? There are now a little more than nine days left un ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 25, 2010

    Kombucha Makes a Comeback; Mets Get More Fancy Foods

    ​Mets fans are getting even more reasons to hang out in the Citi Field food court this season. Crab cake sandwiches from Catch of the Day, Disco fries from Box Frites, and strawberry shakes from Shake Shack are among new menu items. And a McFadden's Pub will open at street level. [NY Times] B ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 19, 2010

    KFC vs. Popeye's: Fried Chicken Smackdown

    That's KFC on the right, Popeyes on the left​ Kentucky Fried Chicken, or KFC as it is now known, was founded in 1930 in North Corbin, Kentucky, when Colonel Harland Sanders started selling his fried chicken out of a gas station. Eighty years and thousands of franchises later, those apocryphal ... More >>

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    December 22, 2009

    Fork in the Road Presents: Futuristic Fast Food Mash-Ups

    ​That taco looks familiar, but where the hell did it come from? Forge ahead to find out. One of the worst aspects of the Age of Bloomberg has been the inundation of the city with nationally franchised fast food restaurants, so that now you can find McDonald's, KFC, Taco Bell, Dunkin' Donuts, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 9, 2009

    A Heart Attack on a Plate Paired With a Glass of...

    wildwallawallawinewoman​ Slashfood enlists the help of a master sommelier-in-training to suggest wine pairings for foods like KFC's dirty Double Down sandwich and those now-famous deep-fried butter balls from the Texas State Fair. For the Double Down, says Gretchen Roberts, who also writes th ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 1, 2009

    Ooops! When Whale Ends Up in Your Mouth...

    adactio/flickr​ Have you ever eaten something you regretted? No, not something like the dirty Double Down sandwich at KFC. More along the lines of baby panda or even Chilean sea bass. The Atlantic has an interesting piece by David Nakamura, who accidentally ate whale meat while in Tokyo. And ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 21, 2009

    The Blogroll Gazette: A Secret Menu Item at NYC Cravings; KFC's Dirty Double Down Sandwich

    This week in food blogs... Serious Eats asked, "When is it socially acceptable to share food?" Answer: When you're dining with other foodies. And who the hell would want to do that? Midtown Lunch reported that the NYC Cravings truck will continue to serve its secret menu item of a chicken and pork ... More >>

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    August 5, 2009

    Battle of the Dishes: Fried vs. Grilled KFC

    ​The bombardment of hype surrounding the new KFC grilled chicken naturally made Fork in the Road curious. Would it be better than the usual fried product? Would it, ostensibly devoid of breading, prove once and for all the myth that Kentucky Fried Chicken had bred birds that were no longer, te ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 21, 2009

    Feds Say Hams Were for Homeless; New York Fast Food Fries Lower in Fat

    A Drudge Report story about the government spending millions of stimulus dollars on pork products has earned itself an angry rebuttal from Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, who said that some 760,000 pounds of ham were for soup kitchens and homeless shelters. [NY Daily News] French fries at New Yo ... More >>

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    June 12, 2009

    El Pollo Loco's Beef With KFC

    You've heard of chicken-fried steak. But how about beef-fried chicken? A new El Pollo ad campaign targeting KFC poses, "How exactly do you get Beef Powder?" Good question. Apparently, it's one of the ingredients in KFC's new grilled chicken. Poor, misguided colonel. [via The Food Section]

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    May 20, 2009

    Mickey D's Making Customers Happy & The Latest Food Safety Scare? Cantaloupes!

    Grilling enthusiasts need not skimp on the steak this summer. Bargain cuts include hanger, flatiron, flank, flap, tri-tip, skirt, chuck eye, chuck shoulder and top sirloin. So, what's the key to the perfect steak? Patience: let it sit before you put it on the grill and after. [Washington Post] A po ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 12, 2009

    Strange Snacks of the World--KFC's Snack Size Bowl

    What if a fast food chain selected several of their abject offerings at random, threw them together, and then presented it as a new form of fast food. Ta-Dah! I give you the Kentucky Fried Chicken (oops! I mean KFC) snack bowl. Next, miniaturize it, put it in a styrofoam ashtray to prevent expo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 6, 2009

    Oprah KFC Deal Leads to Snafus, Delays, Riot

    That coupon Oprah was offering for free chicken at KFC was never a good idea. For one thing, it ain't too enlightened a choice: as PETA Europe says, "KFC is the world's largest killer of chickens... nearly 800 million chickens are killed every year in the cruellest ways imaginable." The guy in this ... More >>

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    February 11, 2009

    Colonel Sanders' Secret Recipe Is Safe

    Colonel Sanders' handwritten fried chicken recipe was returned to KFC corporate headquarters in Kentucky yesterday after a new, safer vault was installed to house the top secret recipe. [NY Daily News]A report released yesterday shows that California winemakers' grape harvest is down 6%, a fact that ... More >>

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    November 18, 2008

    Interview: Harmony Korine On His New Collected Fanzines

    "It was an insane time, we would stay up for days at a time and smoke George Burns cigars and listen to Henny Youngman standup routines and watch W.C. Fields movies and write jokes, homemade jokes, jokes with missing punchlines. Those were really good times." By the age of 22, Harmony Korine had ... More >>

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    May 6, 2008

    Poultrygeist: Troma Reboots

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