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Sanders, Harland (1890-1980)

The American, who at a service station in Corbin, Kentucky, in the 1930's perfected his secret blend of eleven herbs and spices to coat what he called 'Kentucky Fried Chicken'. In his spell in the army he was only a private, but was made an honoury Colonel of the Order of Kentucky in 1935 by the Governor, Ruby Laffoon.

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