Colonel Sanders has finally decided to share his fried chicken recipe with fans, and share with a few extra lucky ones exactly how they can make it at home.
According to The Sun, KFC is running cooking workshops for 3000 special guests in the UK who won a prize to discover the secrets for cooking the world's most iconic fried chicken.
Sadly, fans won't be learning the mystery mix of 11 herbs and spices, but they will be taught the step-by-step process of making their juicy burgers and signature bits of chicken.
The chefs at KFC begin with a mixture of raw, on-the-bone chicken thighs, drumsticks and wings.
Cuts of rib and keel are also used in the famous sharing buckets, however, they're a bit harder to find in a standard supermarket.
The Colonel won't be revealing his secret herb and spice mix to the 3000 guests - even KFC workers don't know it, and it's hidden in a mystery safe somewhere in the US.
However, some are convinced they know it, from a recipe that was leaked a few years ago.
The way you must coat the chicken is said to be very specific.
Begin by filling a large tray or bowl with the flour and spice mix.
Toss the chicken through the mix - scoop it underneath and then fold it over to ensure no part misses out on being coated.
Then, apply pressure to the chicken with both hands so the flour sticks.
Remove the chicken pieces, two at a time.
As the pieces are removed, shake off the extra coating and then tap the bits together.
Stop the meat touching by simply knocking your thumbs.
The bits of thigh and wing are now ready to go on the oven tray, but the drumsticks need a second coating so the skin can become super crisp.
Hold the bottom of the drumstick and twist it to the top so extra air can be released.
Fry it up
The process takes 20 minutes, with 15 for frying and five for draining excess oil.
No deep fat fryer, no worries. Just heat up a lot of oil in a large saucepan to mimic the effect.
Then, you'll have legitimate KFC fried chicken cooked from the comforts of your own home.