Is Kentucky Fried really from Kentucky?
Yes, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken actually opened his first restaurant there.hope this helped for why ever you need this information. please recommend and give me good feedbackk please i am begging ou to give me what i just ya know i mean now be i am really going now or am i yes so bye see ya an remember give good feedback bye cut
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Answer . No, to be considered a small business, it has to be independently owned and operated, and have fewer than 100 employees.
Kentuck Fried Cruelty is an animal rights campaign protesting against the extreme cruelty that chickens who are sold to KFCs suffer. It is backed by PETA.
You must first become an casual employee, work and understand some of the rules and regulations. Then you are promoted to team trainer who is a more experienced member of a KFC store. Then finally you are able to get promoted to manager who controls all the functionality of a KFC store.
They changed it from Kentucky fried chicken to the acronym KFC years ago I doubt if they would go through the expense again.
Harlan Sanders started selling fried chicken, steak, ham, andpancakes out of a gas station in North Corbin, Kentucky in 1930.When a new highway meant travelers would no longer pass thestation, he began selling franchises of the pressure-fried chickenrecipe to restaurant owners including a friend in Utah who saw hisbusiness triple with the introduction of "Kentucky Fried Chicken."There were 600 franchises across the country when Sanders sold outin 1963; there are now 18,000 around the world.
KFC's, formerly Kentucky Fried Chicken, marketing segmentation isbased on the 4 P's; product, price, place and promotion. KFC alsouses demographic, geographic and psychographic segmentation.
Not enough. If you work as a KFC manager. Expect lots of hours and low pay with a lot of stress.
mix salt, black pepper, and MSG with about 12 times as much flour. dust the chicken with the flour mix. mix 1 egg with 1 cup whole milk (blend well). Put 1 gallon (or so) vegetable oil into a pressure cooker, and heat it up. Dip the chicken into the milk then dip it into the flour mix again to coat it well. Fill the pressure cooker with the chicken then cook it under about 13 psi pressure until done ... about 30 minutes. Note: I'm sure someone will disagree with me but independent analyses of KFC chicken yielded nothing more than salt, pepper, msg and flour in their recipe. for "extra crispy" make a batter of the flour mix with the milk before coating the chicken. Some have suggested the secret really lies in brining the chicken before cooking. Having eaten KFC I find it hard to believe the chicken might have been brined since it isn't as juicy as any brined chicken I've ever eaten.
In oil The only way to truly replicate KFC at home is to buy a deep fryer low pressure cooker. Presto used to make one called the "CHICKnFRYER. Wearever also used to make one called the Chicken Bucket Fryer. They are essentially both the same, just designed slightly differently. They are just low pressure, pressure cookers that you can deep fry with oil in. I own 2 of the Presto units and one of the Wear Ever models. The Wear Ever is probably safer to use. I have contacted Presto about their model and they tried to get me to send it in to them for credit towards a regular pressure cooker, since they no longer feel that they are safe to use. I have never had a problem with either unit. If you got the oil way too hot then I can see where you would run into problems. You can get either one off of eBay, and if you get the Presto model WITH the manual there are recipes in it for the closest thing to KFC chicken you'll ever be able to make at home.
it was is South Salt Lake, Utah. NOT Kentucky! it was just named after its Kentucky style cooking
KFC is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, which also controls Taco Bell and Pizza Hut worldwide.
They call it Kentucky Fried Chicken.. Or Just KFC... Theres no difference in the name just because it's in Kentucky...
Honestly, I don't know. ): I really hope not, but I don't thinkanyone can just "make up" a story like that. Sickening. -K
Yes and a few enjoy a relleno or an enchilada. Kung Pao Chicken is preferred by many to Kentucky Fried Chicken and some would rather have prime rib then a Big Mac from McDonalds. Pizza has an appeal to many and the state residents include vegans. Those that are gourmets or interested in International Cuisine will find that even simple roadside diners prepare French fries, French toast and Belgian waffles.
There's one in Salt Lake City, Utah on 3900 South and State Street, Aside from the one in Utah, there's one in Batesville, Arkansas.
Depends on your on ethical views or not, also on how hungry are you are.
I heat the oven for 10mins @350* then wrapped loosely in foil for 10-15 mins.
In the slaughterhouses of http://wiki.answers.com/default.aspx U.S. and Canadian chicken suppliers, birds are dumped out of their transport crates and hung upside down in metal shackles, which can result in broken bones , extreme bruising , and hemorrhaging . Workers have the opportunity to abuse live birds, and birds have their throats cut while they are still conscious . Many birds are immersed in tanks of scalding-hot water while they are still alive and able to feel pain. In 2000, following the launch of PETA's (original) McCruelty campaign, McDonald's made some basic animal welfare improvements. Since that time, the company has refused to eliminate the worst abuses that its chickens suffer, including abuses during slaughter. This cruelty could be illegal if dogs or cats-or even pigs or cows-were the victims. There is a http://wiki.answers.com/CAKSlaughter.aspx available today that would eliminate these abuses, yet McDonald's refuses to require its U.S. and Canadian suppliers to switch to it. -that was written by PETA
The organization is currently structured with two divisions under PepsiCo. KFC is part of the two PepsiCo divisions, which are PepsiCo Worldwide Restaurants and PepsiCo Restaurants International. Both of these divisions of PepsiCo are based in Dallas. Sophia
KFC was started when Colnel Sanders began selling his secret recipechicken in Kentucky, USA. It became Kentucky Fried Chicken and isnow KFC.
Salt lake city, Utah was were the first restaurant actually opened. The recipe is based on Kentucky style cooking. So the name is derived from the cooking style not it's location.
dudes you cannot buy doughnuts in kfc ok? Kfc is a chicken place not a doughnut factory.
They are made by a guy who lives in a hut. He then goes into 5 years of meditating and therefore he jizzes the gravy out
kfc is a tnc because it operates in many different countries other than one single countrie..
Don't work for KFC, they are a very cruel company to work for. They kill their chickens very inhumanely.
In general, KFC's chicken is not Halal. However, depending on your location in the world, some KFC's have been known to cater for the local Islamic population by ensuring the chicken sold in that individual KFC is Halal. Normally though, the KFC would advertise if their chicken was Halal.
Yes there are a number of KFC restaurants in major cities (Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Peshawar).
According the the website of Kentucky Fried Chicken "There are over 15,000 KFC outlets in 105 countries and territories around the world." While this fact makes KFC a multinational company; they are still headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, and a distinctly American company.
The menu at Kentucky Friend Chicken is relatively stable. The menufor Thanksgiving at this restaurant is the same as it isyear-round.
Yes, Kentucky Fried Chicken is in North America. Kentucky is a state in the U.S., which is in North America.
Kfc is a chain of fast food restaurants based in Louisville, Kentucky, US. Therefore, as it operates under a capitalist system it serves everyone who offers to pay the prices of their products, and does not limit it's services to any race, or culture. In addition assuming any particular food is just for one race is stereotyping. not only a racist practice, but seldom accurate. You can eat there too, regardless of race, assuming you like chicken.
The recipe was developed in North Corbin, Kentucky, but it wasn'tcalled "Kentucky Fried Chicken" until a franchisee in Salt LakeCity called it that.
There are a few branches of KFC in Israel that are Kosher, however, in general, the rest of the branches in Israel and around the world are not Kosher.
the guy on the sign is mr sanders that's his last name that's all i know about that guy
It depends on the place making it, I know that different countries use somewhat of a different method of making their KFC but I believe it would either be animal fat with a few other chemicals or canola oil.
Deep fried chicken coke and fries corn on cop and other usual fayre for fast food outlet
well.. it is mortified cheese curds with skim milk powder and another powdery ingredients i don't know. how i know this is because i work there and my boss wont tell me the last ingredients
The recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken is a secret recipe and isn't available. There are, however, some Copycat Recipe sites with recipes pretty close to Kentucky Fried Chicken's recipe.
They sell fast food like chicken, burgers, chips and fizzy drinks. The restaurant, KFC is short for Kentucky fried chicken
Harland "Colonel" Sanders first started serving chicken to his customers out of his service station in Corbin, Kentucky when he was 40 years old in 1930.
No; KFC contracts with large-scale poultry producers in each area in which they do business.
The first restaurant using the recipe was in North Corbin, Kentucky, but it wasn't called "Kentucky Fried Chicken" until the recipe was franchised to a restaurant in Salt Lake City.
Kentucky Fried Chicken does not make you obese. Eating it in excessive quantities can make you obese but that relates to the number of calories you ingest and not where the calories came from.. Although fast food tends to have a higher calorie and fat content than many other foods, none of them cause obesity if they are eaten in moderate quantities..
Your question is very vague and I really don't know what your are asking. I think the answer to your question is yes.
No, KFC chicken is not fake, though it might be genetically enhanced for faster growth.
KFC is not junk food. Since it is cooked in oil, the chicken is not as healthy as it could be, but it is definitely not junk food.
You can find copycat KFC recipes online. You'll need to coat thechicken in egg mixed with water and dredge in flour which has beenmixed with a variety of spices and then fry in hot oil.
KFC is very profitable in Ghana bearing in mind that many Ghanianslive chicken and fast foods.
The seasoning for the KFC chicken is a mixture of paprika, onionsalt, celery salt, stage, garlic power, ground allspice, oregano,chili power, black pepper and basil leaf. KFC is a famous place toget good chicken.
Yes, but it is not going to be hitting the market. It was amarketing stunt for their Extra Crispy Chicken. They gave away3,000 free bottles on their website. Some reporters from AssociatedPress tried out the sunscreen, but admitted that it did not reallysmell like chicken. KFC stated that they were out of the stuffwithin a couple of hours after posting it.