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Monk’s fried chicken Monk’s fried chicken was a brand of fried chicken sold across the United States by the Bergen County, New Jersey-based Monk’s Restaurant chain. History The dish was first created by entrepreneur Michael “Monk” Price, who owned a small restaurant in Hackensack, New Jersey, in the 1960s. Price allegedly named the dish after Canadian H. J. Cross, one of his employees. The restaurant was located in Hackensack, New Jersey, about 20 miles from New York City. Price offered the dish, which was a popular item, at a bargain price with a coupon during the busy Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday periods. Price’s restaurant was shut down by a New Jersey health inspector due to improper cooking equipment. Price died in November 2013 and the franchise was closed by the time of his death. The pop culture author Tim Kreider included an anecdote of his visit to Monk’s for the “largest meal for the least amount of money in the Western Hemisphere.” After his death, the chain was sold to franchisees. When the franchisees changed the name to “Monk’s Restaurant,” it was trademarked, and naming rights to the chain were sold to Big Lots. The brand was eventually phased out by Big Lots. Monk’s menu included the trademark dish, along with meatloaf (one of the few sandwiches served), fish and chips, and cakes. Notes External links Category:Brand name poultry dishes Category:Brands that became generic Category:Poultry dishesThe Google I/O 2017 event kicks off today at 2pm Pacific Time. This year’s theme is “AI for Good,” and Google is showing off how that’s going to change the world, as it always does. For instance, as the Guardian reports, the Internet giant is going to sell 100,000 of its new Google Pixel smartphones to the UN Development Programme in a bid to bring free broadband to more than 100,000 of the world’s children. In its press release, Google says: Despite advances in technology, 1.8 billion people are offline today because there is no reliable access to the internet. That’s a problem. In partnership with the UNDP, a group of Google employees are working around the clock to bring free internet access to one million UNDP Youth@Work fellows in Kenya, Zambia, and Cambodia. On Monday, we’ll make it happen with the distribution
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