KFC’s new Nashville Hot Chicken is scheduled to roll out to all 4,300 restaurants nationwide on Monday, including a first-ever tailgate platter, in time for the run up to the Super Bowl. The Louisville, Ky.-based chain has been testing the spicy Nashville Hot Chicken at 32 restaurants in the Pittsburgh area and said it has been the most successful product test in the company’s recent history. Prices start at a recommended $5.49 for a one-piece breast basket or a three-piece ...

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