Roasted bird on the Colonel's menu

November 1993
Environmental Nutrition;Nov93, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p3
Announces the availability of the `Colonel's Rotisserie Gold,' a non-fried chicken on the menu of Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets. Deep-marinated in a blend of herbs and spices; Slowly roasted in a rotisserie oven; Reduced fat content.


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