Tuesday, August 17, 2010

8/18 - Rick Maynard. Rabbi Irwin Kula, Lee Kressbach,

Rick Maynard - Communications Director KFC
To celebrate seven savory decades of KFC’s Original Recipe, the brand is serving up a world record-setting attempt highlighting the flavor of Colonel Sanders’ famed 11 herbs and spices. KFC will cook up more than 2,000 pounds of fried chicken and unveil it with a giant version of its iconic bucket as it attempts to set the world record for the largest ever serving of fried chicken – dishing up literally a ton of fried chicken. Free samples will be available for hungry KFC fans eager to help set the record during their lunch hours. The giant bucket for KFC’s record-breaking attempt will be filled in Louisville around noon on Tuesday, Aug. 17, at the popular Fourth Street Live! area. KFC supplier Pilgrim’s Pride donated the chicken for the world record breaking attempt. An overseas KFC set the record for the world’s largest serving of fried chicken in 2009. Last month, Brookville, Ind. unofficially broke the record while dishing out 1,645 pounds of chicken. “To attempt to bring the world record back to its rightful home, Kentucky, we’ve teamed with Pilgrim’s Pride to cook up a giant bucket of fried chicken worthy of the 70th Anniversary of the Original Recipe,” said Doug Hasselo, chief food innovation officer for KFC. “We’re hoping plenty of KFC fans join us in this record-breaking endeavor tomorrow.”   The giant bucket, which is 8 feet tall and 9 feet wide, will feature the graphics seen on the “retro” bucket currently available in KFC restaurants for a limited time. The retro design is the same one used on Kentucky Fried Chicken buckets decades ago, including an image of Colonel Sanders and the patent number for the Original Recipe.

Lee  Kressbach Owner  - Maine Lobster Direct

Maine Lobster is available year round and makes a delicious meal anytime. Visit our recipe page for ideas on how to prepare delicious Maine lobster recipes, from soups and stews to pastas and other main courses. If you don't have a lobster dealer in your area, go to our 'Buy Lobster' section to find information about companies that ship live lobster and lobster products anywhere in the U.S.

Rabbi Irwin Kula -
The Jet Blue Flight attendant who caused such a scene recently, was he a Zero or a Hero? Rabbi Irwin Kula talks about the incident and has a definite opinion on what this incident says about our society.  Rabbi Kula has written several influential texts on religion and spirituality. His most recent book, Yearnings: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life (2006), won a "Books for a Better Life" award and was named one of the "Best Spiritual Books of 2006" by Spirituality & Health. He also wrote and was featured in Time for a New God (2004), an acclaimed documentary in which he muses on religion as a "giant tool box" for personal and social transformation.

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