Kentucky Fried Chicken Recipe and Facts About Kentucky

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Scroll down for a link to the official Kentucky Fried Chicken Recipe page, along with other interesting facts about Kentucky.

Facts About Kentucky:

Kentucky's Mammoth Cave is the world's longest cave.

Famous Kentucky natives include Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln.

Kentucky has the only waterfall in the world with a moon bow (like a rainbow, but appears at night).

In 1817, Kentucky featured the first ever American performance of a Beethoven symphony.

In 1883, Thomas Edison introduced his incandescent light bulb to a Louisville crowd. It was the world's first public viewing of an electric light.

The radio was invented in Kentucky in 1892.

Kentucky, more properly known as "The Commonwealth of Kentucky," is one of only four U.S. states established as a commonwealth (the other three are Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Virginia).

"Commonwealth" is an obsolete English term referring to a government based on the common consent of the people. Today, a state and a commonwealth are considered one and the same thing.

Kentucky's rich cultural history includes thoroughbred horse racing, bourbon distilleries, bluegrass music, college basketball, and of course KFC.

Popular local tourist attractions include the Kentucky Derby, Fort Knox, the Louisville Zoo and a steamboat called the Belle of Louisville.

The ten largest cities in Kentucky (by population) are Lexington, Louisville, Owensboro, Bowling Green, Hopkinsville, Frankfort, Richmond, Paducah, Nicholasville and Newport.

According to historical records, Kentucky was inhabited by Native Americans in prehistoric days, but by the time European settlers arrived in the mid-18th century, there were no "major" Native American settlements in the region.

The land was supposedly only being used as hunting grounds by Shawnees from the north and Cherokees from the south.

However, this explanation smacks of European convenience.

There were most probably many smaller Native American villages scattered throughout the bluish-green grassland that later became Kentucky.

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