A Red Rocket. Deceased stand-up comedian Richard Jeni had a bit (on his "Greatest Bits" CD) about Red Lobster.
Frankenberry. Cereal grains such as wheat, corn, rice, millet, rye, barley and sorghum provide more than 85% of all protein consumed throughout the world.
Oyster. Oysters produce pearls when foreign material becomes trapped inside the shell.
Tomato. Chicken Kiev is an escalope that is rolled, breaded and then baked or fried.
Vine. The kiwi is a fruit from South China which grows on a vine.
Onion Rings. Onion rings are common in the U.S., Canada, Australia, the U.K. and in some parts of Asia.
Japan. Okonomi means "what you like", or "what you want" and yaki means "grilled".
Soap. In 1975 political commentator Mark Russell defended traditional potato chips when he attacked "Pringles" for being too uniform.
England. In Britain, cod is mostly used for fish and chips.
Patella. A "patella" is the kneecap.
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.