BIRTHPLACE OF KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
ケンタッキー州 南東部、コービンにあるケンタッキーフライドチキン（KFC）には Harland Sanders Cafe And Museum が併設されており、記念碑的な存在となっている。そのサンダースカフェの前に、看板がある。
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KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
In 1932 Colonel Harland Sanders bought the small restaurant near this site. Here he combined good cooking, hard work and showmanship to build regional fame for his fine food. Hios restaurant and a motel, now gone, flourished. To serve his partrons better Sanders constantly experimented with new recipes and cooking methods. Here he created, developed and perfected his world famous Kentucky Fried Chicken recipe. In 1956 plans were announced for a Federal highway to by-pass Corbin. Threatened with the traffic loss, Sanders, then 66, and undaunted, sold the restaurant and started travelling america selling seasoning and his recipe for fried checken to other restaurants. His success in this effort began the world's largest commercial food service system and made Kentucky a household word around the world.
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BIRTH OF A LEGEND
MOST FAMOUS CITIZEN
Colonel Harland sanders began the part of his life that brought him fame in a small gasoline service station on the opposite side of this highway. born on september 9, 1890, near Henryville, Indiana, he left school at twelve to support his family. He hed a wide variety of jobs as farmhand, sodier, railroader, secretary insurance salesman, ad ferryboat operator until 1930 when he came to Corbin, moved his family into quarters behind the station and started pumping gasoline. This was then a main route to Florida from the north. Traffic slowed during the Great Depression so Sanders, who enjoyed cooking, augmented his meager income by selling meals to tourists. His food was lied. His reputation grew and his career as a restauranteur began.