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On that subject though... about a decade ago I was in the US and they were serving "Grand Macs" or similar in their McDonald's restaurants.  I thought to myself that when those come to the UK, that'll be the sign of the times where we become truly American in appetites.  Well, McD's are now selling Grand Macs.

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1 hour ago, ckn said:

About 3 or 4 years ago i was visiting family in Lowestoft and called in the KFC for a meal near Lowestoft sea front. It was that bad i couldn't eat it all and i really thought i was going to throw up.

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If the Rugby World Cup has taught us anything ( and I very much think it has), it is that KFC is the place to go for chips'n'gravy at an unbeatable price, not this "chicken" of which you speak.

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You have to question how and where so much chicken can be produced for the likes of KFC and Nandos. However, if you had a video of the process of producing the chicken playing on loop outside a every KFC and Nandos people would still go in.

We started buying our Chicken from a farm shop, it’s a bit more expensive than a supermarket but we just eat less meat based meals.

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10 hours ago, Futtocks said:

If the Rugby World Cup has taught us anything ( and I very much think it has), it is that KFC is the place to go for chips'n'gravy at an unbeatable price, not this "chicken" of which you speak.

Chicken salt is also extremely popular on chips in Australia.

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56 minutes ago, Copa said:

Chicken salt is also extremely popular on chips in Australia.

Five minutes ago, I had never ever heard of chicken salt.

Now I want some!

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1 hour ago, Futtocks said:

Five minutes ago, I had never ever heard of chicken salt.

Now I want some!

Has anyone thought of vinegar-infused salt?

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This closed the KFC in Bexhill.

Ordinarily I wouldn't care but when you've got your autistic son to calm down with the promise of KFC it suddenly matters a whole lot more ...

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OK, Our KFC has stolen (Er, apparently, no evidence yet) a truck load of (as usual) dodgy chicken.

 

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Gingeron, head up Bohemia Road, Joe-Joes is much better.

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Just now, Bleep1673 said:

Gingeron, head up Bohemia Road, Joe-Joes is much better.

I don't doubt it.

It's not quality, it's familiarity.

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Or do you want Dixy's at the bottom of London Rd? Ugh?

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7 hours ago, Futtocks said:

Five minutes ago, I had never ever heard of chicken salt.

Now I want some!

At nearly every single fish and chip shop in Australia you will be asked what type of salt you want on your chips “chicken or plain?”

Some fast food chains also use chicken salt as their default salt.

It’s so delicious and pervasive it’s hard to believe it is so rare outside of Australia and (I think) NZ.

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On 19/02/2018 at 12:48 PM, Futtocks said:

Five minutes ago, I had never ever heard of chicken salt.

Now I want some!

Yup... same here. Just ordered some online😊

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