KFC’s Incredible Story

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In 1930, Sanders opened his first restaurant, Sanders Court & Cafe, attached to a gas station. Over that decade Sander expanded and grew the business, before the original location was destroyed in a fire in 1939. Sanders rebuilds the restaurant and begins to franchise his recipe to other stores in 1952. Now, KFC operates more than 17,000 stores worldwide. 3,700 of them are in the world’s second biggest economy.

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10 food you can’t miss in this lifetime

China: Peking duck

What makes this particular roast duck a standout is the garlicky sweet crispy skin.

France: Escargots

Escargots are generally eaten as an appetizer, served in the shell and cooked in a delicious melange of garlicky parsley butter.

Greece: Moussaka

Along with ground beef or lamb, the major ingredient in a traditional moussaka is eggplant.

India: Masala dosa

What creates the more-ish flavor is a spiced concoction of mashed cooked potatoes and fried onions, served with a liberal dose of garlicky chutney.

Italy: Zucchini flowers

The tender yellow zucchini flowers are stuffed with a delicious filling.

Japan: Teppanyaki

If you like a little theater and audience participation with your food, don’t miss the experience of dining at a teppanyaki restaurant in Japan.

Malaysia: Seafood curry laksa

The Chinese-Malay dish is a classic of Peranakan cuisine, merging elements from Malaysia and Singapore.

Thailand: Som tam (green papaya salad)

A northern Thai dish from the Isan region, som tam is typically served with grilled chicken and sticky rice.

Australia and New Zealand: Pavlova

The dish is named for the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova.

Mexico: Taco

A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling. A taco can be made with a variety of fillings, including beef, chicken, seafood, vegetables and cheese, allowing for great versatility and variety.

 

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The $1,000 ice cream sundae made with 23-carat gold and the world’s rarest chocolate

The extravagant ice cream, listed as the Guinness Book of World Records’ most expensive dessert, costs a staggering $1000 and is covered in 23-carat gold leaf.So special is this sundae that customers eager to sample its delights must ring in their orders two days in advance to allow time for the rare ingredients to be flown in from around the world.

According to Barcroft Media, around 50 people a year stop by to sample the unique flavour of the Opulence Sundae, often to mark special occasions such as anniversaries, graduation celebrations and sweet sixteen birthdays.

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– I wish i could try this when I am older and have enough money to buy this.

CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

This movie is about five children who luckily found the golden ticket in a chocolate bar that will let them visit and explore Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. The tickets were soon found, with the fifth ticket found by a very special boy, named Charlie Bucket. With his Grandpa, Charlie joins the rest of the children to experience the most amazing factory ever. But not everything goes to plan within the factory.

– I really love this movie, everything was close to perfect, and the plot is really entertaining. I hope you you will watch this movie especially for those who were not able to watch this. Here’s the trailer;