Although you probably wouldn't lump Chick-fil-A and Kentucky Fried Chicken together in the same greasy bucket, it looks like the former of the fried chicken chains is taking a leaf out of the latter's longtime playbook: family-size meals. Really.
On Monday, the cow-friendly chicken sandwich purveyor introduced its first-ever "Family Style Meals," complete with enough food for at least four people. Each meal kit comes with an entree, two sides, and eight dinner rolls for $30, but it's also possible to add more entrees, sides, and drinks for additional charges. Chick-fil-A said it is currently testing the family meals through November 18 in Greensboro, North Carolina, Phoenix, and San Antonio and, depending on the response from customers there, they could also rollout nationwide someday, according to a press release.
All of the dishes come in large-format containers designed for sharing -- you know, at an actual dinner table -- along with plates, utensils, and condiments. Basically, you can make them as fancy (see the photo Chick-fil-A provided below) or decidedly not fancy as you'd like, when you get home.