History of Kentucky Fried Chicken

Kentucky Fried Chicken, now famously known as KFC, was founded by Colonel Harland Sanders in 1952 in North Corbin, Kentucky. Sanders, with his secret blend of 11 herbs and spices, created a unique fried chicken recipe that quickly gained popularity. The franchise expanded rapidly across the United States and internationally, becoming synonymous with Southern-style fried chicken. Today, KFC is one of the world's largest fast-food chains, serving millions of customers with its signature crispy and flavorful chicken offerings.