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KFC Cooking School returns to Mississauga, expands to new cities

Robert Merrill, R&D senior analyst for KFC Canada, showing off last year’s chicken made by the public.
Photo courtesy KFC Canada

KFC Canada announced the return of KFC Cooking School to Mississauga, Ont., and has expanded classes to Saskatoon and Halifax.

On Mar. 18, students will attend one-hour classes in all three cities to learn how to make Colonel Sanders’ famous fried chicken from real KFC cooks, although the secret 11 herbs and spices will remain secret.

“Canadians want to know what goes into the food they eat, so we are proud to open up our doors and show them everything there is to know about our chicken,” says Samantha Redman, chief marketing officer (CMO) for KFC Canada. “They will get to be unofficial cooks for a day and learn the ins and outs of a real KFC kitchen.”

The public can sign up online at www.kfc.ca/kfccookingschool. A $5 tuition fee is required, but will be donated to Add Hope, KFC’s global initiative to fight hunger.

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