Comparing Popeye’s and KFC may lead to the proverbial “distinction without a difference.”

Yet, it always amazes me how even impersonal-seeming franchise operations have their passionate adherents.

I stopped by Popeye’s over the weekend and had the two-piece Bonafide (dark meat). I ordered it “spicy,” which seems like the right way to go. I must admit, the exterior of the chicken did have a pleasant crunch and a decent peppery punch.

Do you have a favorite among these two more-or-less-the-same chicken competitors?

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David Hammond

David Hammond, a corporate communications consultant and food journalist living in Oak Park, Illinois, is a founder and moderator of LTHForum.com, the 8,500 member Chicago-based culinary chat site. David...

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