Fried chicken and soul food at Dulan's on Crenshaw

The Bucket List fried chicken show returns with an episode devoted to fried chicken and soul food at Dulan's on Crenshaw.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • October 13, 2020
A love of fried chicken, or at the very least a deep appreciation of it, seems to be universal. It’s part of the cultural fabric of people around the world, with varying versions of the dish found almost everywhere. In the U.S., fried chicken has...
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