KFC-inspired Double Drown turns lobster tail “buns” into a Patton Oswalt bit

Today’s made-for-the-internet grotesque food mashup comes courtesy of the London restaurant Burger & Lobster, whose owners took one look at their name and were struck by inspiration. This video from Food Insider shows the construction of the Double Drown, a riff on the belated KFC monstrosity, the Double Down. You may…

Last Call: Watch an unknown Colonel Sanders on What's My Line?

My summer gets pretty social, so I like light drinks that are both refreshing—and not that potent—that I can sip for hours at the block party or beach day. For years I’ve turned to vinho verde, a Portuguese wine that has a lighter alcohol content, with the advantage of being fizzy and also delicious. I recently…

Last Call: Frickin’ millennials don’t even like Chick-Fil-A

Maybe it was a case of overselling. After all, Chick-Fil-A fans are passionately rabid about their favorite fast-food sandwich, creating lines out the door to wait for a coveted space at the counter. So when Business Insider gathered up a bunch of millennials who hadn’t ever tasted Chick-Fil-A before for whatever…

Confirmed: KFC does not—we repeat, does not—use mutant chickens

The myth that the restaurant chain formerly known as Kentucky Fried Chicken changed its name because they can’t legally call their food “chicken” has been floating around for years, but Snopes is here to shut that shit down. It’s official: KFC is not serving you creepy mutant chickens in large colorful tubs.

KFC’s Georgia Gold fried chicken is one of the better fast-food offerings in recent years

The Colonel must’ve discovered a Brian Eno record or gotten into Cy Twombly, because he’s been going through his experimental, weird-shit phase. Just this week, KFC’s Singapore division introduced the Chizza—pizza toppings melted atop a fried chicken “dough.” There were the comedy-bit-inspiring Famous Bowls, and who…