This is how KFC actually makes its fried chicken from beginning to end

We've seen beyond the greasy curtain of fast food and discovered how KFC actually makes fried chicken from the raw animal to the final product that gets put into buckets and double downs at their stores. It's basically like how your grandma would do it—except they use an infernal magic machine called "pressure frier." »10/29/14 11:04pm10/29/14 11:04pm

In China, Some Kids Held a French Fry Eating Battle to Relieve Stress

Potato parties, which started in Japan and spread to South Korea, are definitely a thing. Groups of young people order large amounts of french fries and eat them. And bam, you have a potato party! Kids in China just turned these parties into a game. A player versus player, potato-eating battle, if you will. »3/12/13 7:30am3/12/13 7:30am

Soon, You Can Eat Kentucky Fried Chicken on Japan Airlines

Airplane food sucks, especially in coach. Even when it's good, it's so bad. No wonder Japanese air carrier JAL is looking beyond traditional sky meals. JAL wants its meals to be finger lickin' good. Literally.

From December to next February, JAL is collaborating with KFC for what it's calling "AIR Kentucky Fried… »11/29/12 4:00am11/29/12 4:00am