I don't like any except my mom's and my wife's.
I'm a redneck, so I like Kentucky Fried Chicken. But when I get a meal from there I'm always wondering two things:
1. Why do they give such tiny portions of mashed potatoes and coleslaw? There's just not enough there. Who came up with this portion control scheme? I don't know who made the decision, but I do know that it was NOT a redneck.
2. Why are the thigh portions not cut seperately from the back? The thighs are supposed to be seperate from those extra boney parts, that's how it's done at home, right? A thigh is supposed to have only one bone!
Two of life's mysteries I guess. There might be some reason for cutting the parts (thighs) all wrong, but why give such tiny rinky-**** portions of mashed potatoes and coleslaw? Those aren't expensive items. Of course you can order extra coleslaw and extra mashed potatoes, but they won't double up the portions on one plate so you can have the whole meal on one plate, you have to get *seperate containers* of coleslaw and potatoes if you want that. I know this because I tried today, lol.