For Juices To Spread. Juices distribute themselves throughout a roast as it sits or "rests" out of the oven, making it taste better.
Avocados. Avocado trees were brought to the U.S. in 1871 by Judge R. B. Ord.
Brunch. Brunch is a popular Sunday meal.
Gomaae. A Japanese survey of the greatest inventions of the 20th Century listed "instant ramen" as #1.
Deer. Sheep meat is called "mutton".
Mimosa. Champagne takes its name from the Champagne region of France.
Mascarpone. Mascarpone is an Italian triple-crème cheese made from crème fraiche.
Pine Cones. In Europe, pine nuts come from the Stone Pine, which is cultivated for its nuts.
Cabbage. Cabbage is the same genus as the turnip.
Veal. "Schnitzel" means that an escalope is breaded and fried.
Heart Attack. Studies have found that drinking tea may help in recovery after a heart attack.
Grapefruit. A "Salty Dog" is a cocktail made with vodka and grapefruit juice, served in a glass with a salted rim.
Deep-fried Pig Fat. Chitterlings, or "chitlins", are the fried intestines of a pig.
Procter & Gamble. "Pringles" are made from potatoes that have been cooked, mashed, dehydrated and then reconstituted into a dough.
Jamie Oliver. In 1999, young chef Jamie Oliver prepared a lunch for the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair and the Italian Prime Minister.
Skewered Meat Morsels, Peanut Sauce. "Satay" is a Malaysian dish of meat (chicken, beef, mutton or pork) served with peanut sauce and raw onions, cucumber and rice patties.
Heinz. Small amounts of celery can be found in Heinz Tomato Ketchup.
Horse. Most cheese is made from the milk of cows, sheep or goats.
Subway. Fred DeLuca was a 17-year old college freshman when he founded Subway in 1965.
Bob Hitchcock. Bob Hitchcock runs the winery Behrens & Hitchcock on Spring Mountain.