A lot of people wonder why I like food so much but still continue to frequent fast food restaurants. People even question my taste in food because of it. The truth is, fast food tastes good. It’s designed and processed that way. If you don’t like fast food, is probably because you’re smart enough to realize that the reason it tastes good is the same reason it’s terrible for you. Then again, I know that good and well but still need to get my fix every once in a while. There’s just a few things that I could never go without. On that list is KFC’s Famous Bowl.
The Famous Bowl isn’t new or relevant to anything, I just love Famous Bowls. I know, to some people, it’s the most disgusting fast food combination ever created, but to me it’s perfection. I’m one of those people that combines their entire Thanksgiving dinner into one pile until it resembles something that they would serve in prison. The mixture of mashed potatoes, turkey, stuffing, gravy,and corn makes my Thanksgiving every year. Apparently someone at KFC used this same mixture method and decided to apply it to their menu. Good man.
It was a basic concept to combine mashed potatoes, gravy, and chicken. Who hasn’t mixed their chicken with their mashed potatoes before? They took this a step further adding corn and just got absolutely ridiculous by topping the entire thing with cheese. Whose idea was it to top this heart attack bowl with cheese? Whoever you are, you don’t owe anyone an explanation. You deserve a medal.
The Famous Bowl tops out with 740 calories, 31 grams of fat and 9 grams of saturated fat, 2110 mg sodium. If you’re on a 2,000 calorie diet the bowl provides you with a third of your calories, 47% of your fat and 45% of your saturated fats, and 87% of your sodium. That’s not irresponsible, that’s a bargain.
So to the people who think it’s ridiculous that I like Famous Bowls while giving my opinion on more “respectable” cuisine, I completely agree with you. There’s just something about this mess of slop that I have to have.
On a completely random note, skip to the .52 second mark on this video for more on prison slop. Or just watch the whole thing for comedic greatness.