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Fried Chicken

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Designed by Michael Hagemann, Fried Chicken is a slab serif font family. This typeface has thirty-two styles and was published by FontMesa.

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A thirty-two font family. This contains every font in the Fried Chicken Family.

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Thin

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Thin Italic

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Extra Light

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Extra Light Italic

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Light

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Light Italic

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Regular

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Italic

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Medium

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Medium Italic

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Bold

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Bold Italic

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Extra Bold

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Extra Bold Italic

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Black

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Black Italic

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Thin

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Thin Italic

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Extra Light

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Extra Light Italic

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Light

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Light Italic

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Regular

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Italic

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Medium

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Medium Italic

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Bold

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Bold Italic

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Extra Bold

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Extra Bold Italic

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Black

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Black Italic

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The name of this font brings back memories of an old fried chicken restaurant in Willow Springs Illinois circa 1960’s and 1970’s, my family would all get in the car and take a long drive down to an old country road Illionis Rt 171 through a forest preserve where we’d come upon the old Willowbrook motel with a bar and restaurant next door.

The restaurant was called Kegal’s, when you entered the building you had to walk through the smoky bar first to get to the restaurant, I can still see the hard wood floors with all the finish worn off from decades of foot traffic.  

Up until the mid 1960’s Kegal’s used to raise their own chickens behind the restaurant, back then fried chicken in the Midwest was either coated in flour or bread crumbs, Kegal’s was covered in a beautiful layer of golden bread crumbs. 

Before your meal arrived they’d bring a basket of dinner rolls along with crackers, bread sticks and country butter, on the side they’d serve coleslaw with a vinegar sauce, which is very common in the Midwest, the first time you try it your face puckers up like you just sucked on a lemon but you get used it over time.

After waiting for what seemed like forever to a child the waitress comes out of the kitchen with a huge tray of that golden deliciousness and your mouth begins to water, in her other hand was another tray filled to overflowing with crinkle cut french fries all made by hand, I’d eat a hole handful of those french fries first then take a bite of that tender juicy farm raised chicken.

Today a fine Italian restaurant occupies the old Kegal’s building and the motel is long gone, only my fond memories remain.

Fast forward to 2020 and FontMesa has just made some Fried Chicken as an eight weight type font family with alternates.

With the Fried Chicken slab serif font family we’ve broken some rules by removing a few of the slabs on certain letters for a unique homemade look.

Fried Chicken is perfect for your next product label, t-shirt design, logo,  headline or cookbook cover.

Treat yourself to some good ol’ Fried Chicken today.

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Fonts32
Price $25.00
ReleasedFebruary 22, 2022
Style Slab Serif
Designer Michael Hagemann
Licenses Desktop
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