Chef Boyardee of canned Ravioli fame was awarded both the Gold Star order of excellence from the US War Dept. & the Order of Lenin from Russia for supplying rations to allied troops during WWII en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ett…
Chef Boyardee was commissioned by the US military during World War II for the production of army rations, requiring their factory to run 24 hours a day. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Che…
Ettore Boiardi better known by his pseudonym Hector Boyardee famous for his brand of food products. Named Chef Boyardee was awarded a Gold Star order of excellence from the United States War Department. For producing rations for Allied troops during World War II. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ett…
Chef Boyardee was a real person and chef. Born Hector Boiardiin in Piacenza, Italy, he immigrated to the US at 16yo. During his career, he catered for President Woodrow Wilson's wedding, was head chef at NYC's Plaza Hotel, and sold his business in 1946 for the equivalent to $82M today. foodimentary.com/2012/03/…
Chef Boyardee was founded by restaurant owner Hector Boiardi in 1928. The idea originated when customers began asking Boiardi for his spaghetti sauce recipe. Ten years later he opened a factory and named his product "Boy-Ar-Dee" to help Americans pronounce his name correctly. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Che…
Chef Boyardee was made for US Troops during World War 2. youtu.be/IKM0ztnmKPY
Chef Boyardee of canned Ravioli fame was awarded both the Gold Star order of excellence from the US War Dept. & the Order of Lenin from Russia for supplying rations to allied troops during WWII en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ett…
Chef Boyardee's first name was Ettore but he was better known by his alias, Hector Boyardee. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ett…
Chef Boyardee was awarded the Order of Lenin by the USSR for supplying rations to the Red Army. However, he was unable to accept the award, due to the impending Cold War. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ord…
Chef Boiardi (Chef Boyardee) catered President Woodrow Wilson's wedding reception, and then during WWII was awarded the Order of Lenin for helping to feed Russian soldiers. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ett…
The real Chef Boyardee (Ettore "Hector" Boiardi) directed the catering at President Woodrow Wilsons wedding reception in 1915. history.com/news/hungry-h…
Chef Boyardee received the Order of Lenin for outstanding service to Russia from a civilian during wartime. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hec…
Chef Boyardee catered Woodrow Wilson's wedding at age 17. foodreference.com/html/wc…
Chef Boyardee supervised food for the President and made rations for soldiers during WWII en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ett…
Chef Boyardee was a real person. nndb.com/people/295/00016…
There is an RPG starring Charles Barkley set in the post-cyberpocalyptic world of the movie Space Jam called "Tales of Game's Presents Chef Boyardee's Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden, Chapter 1 of the Hoopz Barkley SaGa" talesofgames.com/related_…
Chef Boyardee's name is actually spelled Boiardi. He changed his name on his company's label so it could be more easily pronounced by Americans. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/e…
A Texas man ate Chef Boyardee in a kitchen during a robbery, and when arrested had the sauce still on his face. huffingtonpost.com/2012/1…
-Chef Boyardee won a Congressional Medal of honor. veteranstoday.com/2009/02…
Ettore Boiardi (Chef Boyardee) supervised the preparation of a homecoming meal served by Woodrow Wilson at the White House for 2,000 returning World War I soldiers. He also used the plants basement to grow tomatoes and Mushrooms for use in his canned products. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ett…
Chef Boyardee brand products originate from a famous Italian chef named Ettore Bioardi. His accomplishments included head chef position at the Plaza Hotel and catering Woodrow Wilson's 2nd wedding. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ett…
Ettore Boiardi decided to name his product Chef Boyardee to help Americans pronounce his name. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C…
Chef Boyardee was an executive chef thekitchn.com/thekitchn/t…

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