Keep The Cauliflower White. The pigments in white vegetables like cauliflower and onions will stay white with the addition of an acid such as lemon juice to the cooking water (as long as they are not overcooked).
Meat And Grain Groups. Hot dogs are traditionally made from beef, pork or a combination of both meats.
64. There are four pints or two quarts in one half-gallon.
Rashers (Bacon), Sausages, Potatoes. Coddle is an Irish dish made mainly of rashers (bacon), sausages and potatoes.
Sugar. Jaggery is made from sugar cane juice.
Curry And Chicken. Curry originated in India.
270340. On February 19, 2007, Krispy Kreme unveiled its Whole Wheat Glazed doughnut, with 20 fewer calories than their original glazed donut.
Asian. In the U.K., "Asian cuisine" refers to the foods of South Asian.
Big Mac. Richard and Maurice McDonald founded McDonald's Restaurant in 1948 in San Bernardino, California..
Broccoli. "Chicken divan" was invented at and named for the former Divan Parisien Restaurant in the New York Chatham Hotel.
Pepsi-Cola. The merged companies of Pepsi-Cola and Frito-Lay became known as PepsiCo.
Steak And Shake. September 12 is National Chocolate Milkshake Day in the United States.
Braising. Meat simmered in liquid, or braised, gradually loses its toughness and absorbs flavor from the liquid.
Egypt. Ancient Egyptians used spices for preservation during the embalming process, and also thought the fragrances would please the gods.
Marshmallows. The largest S'more ever made weighed 1,600 lbs! It used 20,000 toasted marshmallows and 7,000 chocolate bars.
Pringles. Because Procter & Gamble couldn't think of a name for their new chips, they looked at "P" names from the phone book, settling on Pringle Avenue.
French Fries. The J. R. Simplot Company was founded in 1923 by 14-year-old J. R. Simplot near the small agricultural town of Declo in south central Idaho.
Molded Ethnic Vegetable. Graham Kerr's concept of a "Molded Ethnic Vegetable" was combined starches and vegetables with different ethnic flavorings.
Pepper, Anise, Ginger. Five-spice powder, a common spice in Chinese cooking, may be used with both sweet and savory dishes.
Jack In The Box. As of June 2010, Jack-in-the-Box had more than 2100 stores in 18 states.