Himmler's Haushuhn Herrenvolk!!! It's finger licking good.Something less serious this time, but an idea that have been on my mind for sometime now that I have originally wanted to share on the KR Hetalia page. But here seems to be more suitable:
A serving of 'Chicken Schnitzel Classic', sold at the HHH (Himmler's Haushuhn Herrenvolk) branch in Buenos Aires, La Plata. November 2013.
The HHH is a German fast casual restaurant chain with it's headquarters at the Imperial state of Latvia, in the former United Baltic Duchy. It was originally founded in 1939, by the famous eccentric farming tycoon Heinrich Himmler, during the height of the Second Weltkrieg.
Due to Himmler's refusal to employ the latest intensive, factory farming techniques to increase meat production to meet the required demand, insisting on only using his trademarked 'Blood and Soil' organic farming methods, his farms failed to win the government contract to supply the Deutsches Heer, putting his business into a financially difficult situation.
However, during the war, thousands of refugees from the eastern parts of Germany fled to the UBD in order to escape from the vicious fighting against the French Communards. Himmler, a fervent Pan-German nationalists, saw this as an opportunity to both make a profit from the refugees, and to help them fulfil their 'sacred duty' to colonize these former Slavic lands: By opening a cheap restaurant chain that gives the German refugees both an employment opportunities with low skill requirements, and an affordable source of good quality food.
The HHH was a complete success, and by the end of the war in 1942, while many refugees choose to return to Germany (Much to Himmler's disappointment), the traditionally pork eating Germans took their taste for the 'Chicken Master Race' with them. It didn't took long for the restaurant chain quickly started franchising, and spread throughout Germany and beyond.
Today, it is difficult to find a major city in the developed world that doesn't have at lease one HHH franchise, which, in typical Germany business fashion, often appear and promptly 'colonize' the market and put other nearby local restaurants out of business though it's cheaper products and a flood of intense advertising. With it's iconic products, such as the 'Chicken Schnitzel Classic', the 'Goldbroiler Delight' (Roasted chicken with paprika sour sauce) being recognized globally. But the most notable part of the HHH advertising campaign will be their mascot, the 'Grand Master': A sword-weiding, armor-wearing knight from the Teutonic Order, being seen as a symbol of the German Empire's economic and cultural dominance worldwide.
The HHH company was not without it's controversies, however, mostly surrounding it's founder, the 'Master of German Kitchen', Heinrich Himmler. Himmler was politically active throughout his life, with him openly supporting the far-right Alldeutsche Verband (AV) party, and was one of the party's key financial backers until his death in 1980. The HHH restaurants also once providing free food to the participants in an anti-Semetic rally, and was known to donate to a number of right-wing organizations that the social-democratic SDP classified as 'racist hate groups'.
In addition, Himmler himself was rumoured to engage in 'bizarre occult rituals' while attending events hosted by the Theosophic Society that he founded later on in his life. The HHH company officially refused to comment on these rumours on their founder.