A smart way to reinvent a mascot.
Harland Sanders's key to the city of St. Louis for only $75. (Works in most locks.)
Turns out, the KFC icon was very into regionally specific recipes and farm-sourced food.
Plus: The local food movement is the U.S. is a multibillion dollar industry; and Colonel Sanders dug "real old-time country and farm cooking," all in our morning news roundup.
Plus the joys of cheese-sculpting and more, all in our morning news round-up.
KFC is hoping to reintroduce their famous founder to future generations, if they could only remember who he was exactly.
Plus: Mexican papayas cause a small food-poisoning outbreak in Illinois; and American officials are pushing to broaden the types of E. coli that's subject to regulation, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus Mexican papayas blamed for food poisoning outbreak and more, all in our morning news round-up.
An old letter is unearthed showing a death threat to the king of KFC.
The comedian's chili pot pie falls flat with peers, while the Vice President served wieners to U.S. soldiers on The Colbert Report.
Plus 56 food recalls affected Pennsylvania since food-safety legislation hit a roadblock in Congress, and Joe Biden handed out hot dogs on the Colbert Report last night, all in our morning news roundup.
The Street Food Festival will find a famous French chef cooking from a truck.
Plus, KFC franchisees are steamed that corporate higher-ups are choosing grilled over fried.
• Though Ad Hoc at Home is billed as Thomas Keller's most accessible book yet, home cooks may still find it challenging. [WSJ] • Michael Bauer defends the role of better-than-Denny's restaurants in society. [Between Meals/SF Gate] • Bay Bridge...
Outdoor smoking may be banned in L.A., while a fake Colonel Sanders pulls a high-profile stunt.
Plus: New cookbooks, and Colonel Sanders finagles his way into the U.N., all in our morning news roundup.