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KFC recently delivered something we’ve all been waiting for– a fried chicken candle. Under their “Scents of the Commonwealth” portion of their website, KFC wants our homes to smell like Paula Deen’s–deep friend goodness. These candles sold out in under a minute! And now they’re cooking up a new batch that will begin pre-selling on Tuesday November 26th. But if you want it, you’d best act quickly because they’re only 100 of the extra crispy candles being made.

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To make these candles, chicken is fried in all-natural soy wax and added to an infusion of KFC family secrets. My mouth is watering, even though I’m none too sure I’d want my house smelling of deep fried anything. Foodie candles are amazing and I typically learn towards the more dessert-inspired scents, especially over the holidays. If more foodie candles pop up, these are the savory scents I’d want to smell:

1. Bacon


2. Honey-Baked Ham


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