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Old 09-23-2012, 06:39 PM   #271
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STILL AVAILABLE FOR FREE IN PDF

Autobiography and Recipes of Col. Harland Sanders

You can download the Story seperately from the recipes...and no, the secret recipes are not in it lol!


https://yumcs.com/cookbook/downloads.html

Foreword by Pete Harman

On September 9, 1890, a legend was born in Henryville, Indiana. His name was Harland Sanders, but for those of us that knew him, and for the millions around the world that know of him, he's simply, the Colonel. His humble beginnings and varied career path laid the foundation for a life that symbolizes the American Dream.

The Colonel's life was a life of ups and downs, and probably more downs than ups in his earlier years. His dream of success, like most great entrepreneurs, centered around the values of hard work, honesty, loyalty, recognition, giving back, and most of all, passion. He was passionate about hospitality, he was passionate about delicious home-cooked meals, and more than anything he was passionate about his Original Recipe, the secret blend of 11 herbs and spices.
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