American food should be celebrated, historians say

From Inside Nova: American food may be hard to categorize, but American food history shows people in the United States have similar tastes that go beyond fast food.

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KFC Releases Vintage Holiday Buckets To Celebrate The Season

KFC’s time-honored tradition dates back to the 1960s, creating festive holiday-themed buckets for loved ones to gather around and enjoy its world-famous fried chicken.

From Cision: LOUISVILLE, Ky.Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Kentucky Fried Chicken® is bringing back feelings of nostalgia this holiday season with the re-release of some of its most famous holiday buckets. Since the 1960s, KFCs around the world have created different holiday-themed buckets year after year.

In the spirit of continuing this time-honored tradition, the fried chicken chain is going retro and bringing back the iconic 1966 and 1971 U.S. holiday buckets, as well as a new, vintage-inspired design for 2020.

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A Bigfoot that’s easy to spot in Southeastern Oklahoma: ‘Gasquatch’ is the world’s tallest

From Oklahoma News 4: IDABEL, Okla. (KFOR) — Most people are familiar with ‘Sasquatch’ videos.

They’re grainy, hard to identify, almost always obscured.

“I know he must be real,” smiles Phil Silva.

But this Sasquatch isn’t shy at all.

Maybe it’s because he’s the world’s largest at 30 feet tall and weighing in at thousands of pounds.

It’s not Silva’s pet, but more like a mascot for his brand new convenience store on the highway between Idabel and Broken Bow, Oklahoma.

He argues, “You have to do something to set yourself apart.”

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Disneyland Paris Shares New Details About Upcoming Cars Route 66 Road Trip

From Laughing Place: After seeing just a brief glimpse in last week’s presentation by Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Josh D’Amaro, Disneyland Paris has shared some more information about the Walt Disney Studios Park’s upcoming Cars Route 66 Road Trip.

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The Rosebud Motel From Schitt’s Creek Is Now Up For Sale

From Tyla: It might not be the whole town, but if you’ve always fancied living the Johnny Rose dream, the charming Rosebud Motel from Schitt’s Creek is up for sale and it could be yours for a cool $2,000,000 CAD (or £1,156,345.

Its real name is Hockley Motel, and is situated around 55 miles north of Toronto in Canada, in a little town called Hockley Valley, Ontario. A major location for the multi-award winning Canadian TV series which ended this year after six seasons, the building is a whopping 4,300 square foot and spans 6.70 acres.

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