Potatoes. Lefse is a traditional soft Scandinavian flatbread made out of potato.
Barley. Barley, a major food and animal feed crop and a member of the grass family (Poaceae), is used to make malt for beer.
Halloween. One serving of candy corn contains 140 calories.
Waffle House. As the name indicates, Waffle House specializes in waffles, and also serves hash browns many ways.
Lipton. Unilever buys approximately 12% of the world's black tea.
Norimaki. Norimaki is popular in South Korea, where it is known as Gimbap.
1903. In 1903 Coca-Cola switched from whole coca leaf to spent coca leaf with no significant cocaine content.
Apples. Apples are traditionally bobbed for and turned into candy apples at Halloween.
Polenta. Polenta is a popular dish in and around Venice and in Northern Italy.
Granddaughter Of Original Owners. One of the best-selling "Little Debbie" snacks is the Swiss Cake Roll.
Falcon Crest. TV's "Falcon Crest" was centered around the fictional wine area called Tuscany Valley.
37 Cents. In 2004, Burger King released the "Subservient Chicken" website, where visitors could command a chicken to do a variety of activities.
Clowns. Kellogg's renamed Sugar Smacks as Honey Smacks in the 1980s and then simply Smacks in the early 1990s before going back to the name Honey Smacks in 2004.
Avocado. An average avocado tree produces about 120 avocados a year.
1962. The first "Taco Bell" was located in Downey, California.
Perry. Except for being from pears not apples, "perry" is like cider, made using a similar process and with alcoholic content around 8%.
5. The original "Skittles" came in five flavors: lime, grape, lemon, orange and strawberry.
Loaf Of French Bread. Baguette is French for "little stick".
Organic Beef. Cattle used for organic beef are not given antibiotics.
Bill Cosby. "The Cosby Show" aired from 1984 to 1992.