For most red-blooded Americans, the acronym KFC necessitates notable attention to one’s senses. Upon hearing that abbreviation, we being to conjure up an iconic image of an elderly chap with soft skin, a pair of trademark Browline glasses, and a neatly pressed white suit with a black string tie. Actually, KFC conjures up that or the image of one freaking huge bucket of fried chicken. Whichever pristine picture of Americana comes out of your memory banks, Colonel Harland Sanders is still an American icon.
The Colonel’s emblazed image aside, there’s another type of KFC. A few folks have begun to recognize Korean Fried Chicken as the one true KFC. You can count me in with that crowd and I suspect that you can also count most anyone who visits Café Soho in Northeast Philadelphia as a member.