How about some Chicken Delight?

After posting about Burger Chef yesterday, I started thinking of other fast food that I ate as a kid. It is hard to believe, but for many years we did not have Kentucky Fried Chicken near our home. So all my fried chicken experience was either homemade or from a place called Chicken Delight. I have not seen a Chicken Delight in many years (although the one we went to still exists), but here is what I remember about it.

1. We always got the food to go. I never went in, so I have no idea what it looked like inside.
2. The chicken was crispy, which I really liked, it was kind of like the extra crispy chicken you get at KFC now.
3. The quality was not dependable. My Mom complained often depending on the batch.

I could find no US commercials for Chicken Delight, but this Canadian ad from the 1980s is mighty fine.

Watch The Killings at Outpost Zeta Online

Good news, the 1980 science fiction film “The Killings at Outpost Zeta” is now available to watch, it its entirety on YouTube (and right here in this post). It is probably most noted for its use as an album cover for the Boards of Canada’s “Twoism EP”.

More information about “The Killings at Outpost Zeta” can be found here at All Clues No Solutions.

Thanks to DrWho42 for the submission.