Brooklyn, NY. Pasta has been documented to have existed in Italy before 1295.
Seven. Hostess added squiggles to the icing on their cupcakes in 1950.
Tootsie Roll Pop. The famous Tootsie Roll Pop was born in 1931.
Black Sea. The Black Sea is on the eastern coast of Turkey.
Sauerkraut. Sauerkraut is traditionally served with bratwurst.
Spring Rolls. Lumpia are small spring rolls served as appetizers in the Philippines.
Whole Grain Cereal And Milk. Whole grain products include oatmeal, popcorn, brown rice, whole wheat flour, sprouted grains and whole wheat bread.
The Saratoga Chip. The potato chip celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2003.
Japanese Horseradish. Wasabi is a root that is used as a condiment in Japanese cooking.
Spice. Tostitos dips include All Natural Picante, Salsa Con Queso, Creamy Spinach and Creamy Southwestern Ranch.
A German Dish. Leberkas is a German dish made of liver.
Gnocchi. Dumplings were in cookbooks as early as the 13th century.
Soggy, Mushy And Toughy. Snap, Crackle and Pop of "Rice Krispies" fame began their careers fighting Soggy, Mushy and Toughy for control of a breakfast bowl.
1 Billion. Popcorn is made from maize.
Lima Beans. Lima beans are also called Haba beans, Burma beans and Rangoon beans.
Small Open-Faced Sandwiches. Canapes are hors d'oeuvres with a bread base (open-faced sandwiches).
Grain Group. The USDA Food Pyramid recommends eating at least 3 ounces of whole grain breads/cereals/pasta each day.
Bechamel Sauce. Bechamel sauce is the topping that goes on the classic Greek pasta and meat casserole known as "pastitsio".
Baking Soda And Buttermilk. The acid in buttermilk reacts with the basic baking soda to create gas that leavens Irish soda bread.
Ox. Mozzarella is the most popular cheese to be found on pizza.