32. There are four cups or two pints in one quart.
Grain Group. Nutritionally, whole grains are preferred over refined grains.
Cow Stomachs. Tripe, an European delicacy, is made from the lining of the cow's stomach.
Napa Valley. The population of Napa Valley in 2000 was 124,279.
A Street In The Cincinnati Area. Pringles are always of uniform size and shape.
BAM!. In addition to "BAM!", Emeril often says "Kick it up a notch", "Feel the love" and "Spice it up".
Cold French Soup. Vichyssoise is a cold leek and potato soup from France.
Nutter Butter. The "Nutter Butter" cookie consists of two wheat-based, peanut-shaped wafers with a peanut butter-flavored cream center.
Rotini. Rotini was developed in Northern Italy to better hold pasta sauces.
Cookies 'N Cream Ice Cream. Bagels (with or without cream cheese) are a traditional Jewish food.
45. The total of 90,000 pounds of tea dumped into Boston Harbor during the Boston Tea Party was valued at an estimated 10,000 British pounds.
Hazelnut. Hemne, a Norwegian municipality, has five hazelnuts in its coat of arms.
Black. English Breakfast tea is often blended with milk and sugar, in a style traditionally associated with an English breakfast.
Wendy. A Snapple employee named Wendy Kaufman was the original "Snapple Lady" in 1993.
1980. The first Applebee's restaurant was in Atlanta, Georgia.
Garlic. Ninety percent of the garlic used in the U.S. is grown in California.
Ding Dong. Phil and Pam Delaplane of Red Hook, NY had a wedding cake made entirely from Hostess cakes.
Cheese. "Queso" is Spanish for cheese.
Concerns About The Dye. The dye for red M&M's (amaranth) was thought to be a carcinogen.
A Fungus. The bacteria that is allowed to grow on bleu cheese is responsible for its distinct smell.