Fast Food Chains
Popular Chicken dishes
Types of Bread
Types of Cheese
One named Celebrities
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Considered the biggest fast food chain in the world, it was established by two brothers in 1940. It is in 118 countries worldwide and has pioneered the concept of fast food. 

McDonald's 

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Named after a 19th century Chinese general, this dish is one of the most ordered dishes at a Chinese restaurant, known for its sweet and spicy combination. 

General Tso's Chicken 

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This yeast bread originates in France. It's long shape with slits in it allows for expansion of gas while the bread is baking. 

Baguettes 

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This Italian cheese is produced from cow's milk and aged at least 12 months. It has a hard, gritty texture and is mostly consumed grated over pastas or used in soups and risottos. 

Parmesan 

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This Canadian rapper released his debut mixtape in 2006. He originally debuted on a television series called Degrassi. 

Drake 

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Currently ranked number 6 in the world, this chain is known for its southern-style chicken. It has over 16,000 stores worldwide, with its biggest store in China, sitting over 300 people. 

KFC 

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Originated in Eastern Pennsylvania, this dish first appeared at a restaurant in Harlem in 1938. Its the perfect combination of sweet and savory and a common dish ordered at brunch. 

Chicken and Waffles 

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The oldest and most original form of bread, it can go back to ancient Egyptian civilizations. Today it's headquarters are located in San Francisco. What makes it unique is that it doesn't need commercial yeast for it to rise. 

Sourdough 

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Considered the second most popular cheese in the world next to Mozzarella, it is one of those unique cheeses that can be called sharp or extra sharp. As this cheese ages, it goes from mild to tangier with a more complex and deep flavor. 

Cheddar 

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This English singer and songwriter is one of the world's best-selling music artists. She had her debut album at 19 in early 2008. Her music can be considered heavy and emotional, easily inspiring millions of people over the years. 

Adele 

300

Considered a healthy fast food restaurant, it has over 1200 stores across US and Canada. It is considered a bakery-café based fast food chain serving varieties of bread, salads, soups and sandwiches. 

Panera 

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This style of chicken is native to the islands especially Jamaica. The meat is dry rubbed and wet marinated with a hot spice mixture. 

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The Italian word for slipper, this bread is perfect for use in making paninis and sandwiches, known for its chewy crust and soft texture. It was created in 1982, made from very wet dough. 

Ciabatta 

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Created by a Mexican businessman in California, this original American cheese is flavored with spicy ingredients to give it an extra kick with a soft tart flavor. 

Pepperjack 

300

This Irish singer-songwriter is the lead vocalist and primary lyricist of the rock band, U2. He is also a well-known activist, especially in the fight against AIDS and extreme poverty in Africa. 

Bono 

400

Having over 3000 stores in the US alone, this pizza franchise is the fourth largest delivery chain coming out of Atlanta, Georgia. It was the first national pizza chain to offer online ordering. 

Papa John's 

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This popular dish coming from the roots of Italy is associated with the city of Milan, takes a sliced chicken, dredged in flour, browned on the grill and then served in a sauce containing lemon juice, butter and capers. 

Chicken Piccata 
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Long considered to be the bread of the lower class, it has recently gained a surge due to its rich flavor. Some bakers are known for adding seeds to this bread to give it an Earthy flavor. It's the most common bread used for pastrami sandwiches. 

Rye bread 

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Introduced by German immigrants, this semi-firm cheese has a yellowish inner layer with an orange or red outline. It has a strong smell once the cheese has aged. 

Muenster 

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This English American musician and songwriter is best known as the lead guitarist of Guns N' Roses. He left the band in 1996 and did session work for another band. He documented his own autobiography after suffering heart failure in 2001. 

Slash 

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Known for its advertisements and unique concept, this drive in fast food chain has become one of the most popular, now having about 3500 stores in 43 states. The idea came from the 50's when Troy Smith introduced the retro carhop theme. 

Sonic 

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This French dish is a staple at fine dining restaurants but was once considered peasant food. The key to the chicken is being braised in wine to add deep flavor and the acid helping to tenderize the meat. 

Coq au vin 

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Mostly eaten in Columbia and Venezuela, this type of bread if made from cornmeal. This flat and round break can be baked, grilled or fried. It is not made with wheat making it naturally gluten free, making it an option for those who are gluten sensitive. 

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This rich, semisoft Danish cow's milk cheese has a mild tang flavor with small holes in its appearance. It was invented in the mid 1800s by an individual who named it after her farm. It's closely resembled to the taste and look of Swiss Cheese. 

Havarti 

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This French Enlightenment writer and historian was famous for his wit and criticism of Christianity, especially the Roman Catholic Church. He advocated for the freedom of speech and religion.

Voltaire 

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