LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Want to cook like the Colonel?
Starting Tuesday, fans of KFC's Facebook pages can access two of Colonel Harland Sanders' recipes and other content from his soon-to-be-released autobiography. The manuscript was written by Sanders in 1966 and discovered more than 40 years later.
KFC says the recipes are for potato pancakes and upside-down peach cobbler. They're among 33 never-before-seen recipes featured in the book.
The entire book can be downloaded for free at facebook.com/kfc beginning June 4. KFC says the book -- "Colonel Harland Sanders: The Autobiography of the Original Celebrity Chef" -- is not available in bookstores or through online book sellers.
The book provides a look into the life of the KFC founder. It includes dozens of rare photos and firsthand stories from Sanders.