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11) Why did Kentucky Fried Chicken change its name to KFC?

Kentucky Fried Chicken changed its name to "KFC" in 1991 because it planned to offer a more varied menu and wanted to eliminate the unhealthy connotation of "fried" from its name. Contrary to a persistent Internet rumor, the government did not force KFC to remove the word "chicken" because they were raising mutant hens.

12) Which fast food restaurant is famous for its Curly Fries and Jamocha Shakes?

In addition to its classic Roast Beef and Beef 'n Cheddar sandwiches, Arby's products also include Curly Fries and Jamocha Shakes.

13) What fast food restaurant has an anthropomorphic chili dog for its mascot?

The Delicious One (otherwise known as TDO for short) or the World's Most Wanted Wiener is the mascot of Wienerschnitzel. Almost everybody wants to eat the Delicious One due to him being a hot dog, and the Delicious One's famous trademark is when he runs off screaming.

14) What taco shop's menu features items such as "The Democrat", "The Republican", and "The Independent"?

Founded in Austin, Texas in 2006, Torchy's Tacos offers a wide variety of tacos including "The Democrat", "The Republican", "The Independent", "Trailer Park", and "Dirty Sanchez".

15) What fast food restaurant calls itself "The Last Great Hamburger Stand"?

Originally founded in Los Angeles, California in 1947, Fatburger uses the tagline: The Last Great Hamburger Stand.

16) What sub shop is known for its toasted subs?

Originally founded in 1981, Quiznos specializes in toasted submarine sandwiches. Subway, the largest submarine sandwich shop, eventually followed suit and began offering the option of toasted subs in 2004.

17) What was the first fast food restaurant to offer a complete "lite" menu?

In 1991, Arby's became the first fast food restaurant to offer a complete "lite" menu with several sandwiches and salads under 300 calories and 94 percent fat free.

18) What sub shop is famous for its frozen fruit drinks?

Arizona-based Eegee's specializes in submarine sandwiches and salads, but is most famous for its frozen fruit drinks, officially called "eegee's drinks" but colloquially known simply as an "eegee's."

19) What fast food restaurant was first envisioned during a figure skating competition?

Buffalo Wild Wings was co-founded in 1982 by Jim Disbrow, Scott Lowery and Bernard Spencer who came up with the idea one weekend when they got together in Kent, Ohio, to a judge an amateur figure skating competition at Ivy Tech.

20) What was the first fast food restaurant in China?

Western-style fast food in China is a relatively recent phenomenon, dating back only to 1987 when Kentucky Fried Chicken established its first outlet in Beijing where it offers many locally popular dishes such as fishball soup.