Wine. Vermouth comes from the German "wermut", which means both wormwood and vermouth.
26,500,000 Chickens. As of 2005, Tyson Foods was the largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef and pork.
Goat. Feta cheese is made from a combination of sheep and goats' milk.
Almond. Almonds have been shown to balance out "good" and "bad" fat in the human body.
Hershey's. The Hershey Chocolate Corporation official changed it's name to the Hershey Company in April 2005.
Cream Cheese. Chai tow kway is fried carrot cake found in Singapore.
Vienna. Wiener means of or from Vienna.
Halloween. Trick or treating did not begin in the United States until the twentieth century.
Starbucks. The Frappuccino made its debut April Fools Day in 1995.
Coat With Oil, Then Heat. "Seasoning" is important for pans without a non-stick surface.
Apple. Apple is the maker of the iPod and iPhone.
Sugar. A wine that is lacking in structure is often described by wine tasters as "flabby".
Jasmine Berries. There are 30 varieties of flowering jasmine.
They're Chock-Full Of Kelp Protein. "Triscuits" were invented in 1902.
Foie Gras. Foie gras is traditionally eaten cold, as in a pate or a terrine.
7 To 10 Percent Of Calories. All animal fats, such as those in meat, poultry, and dairy products are saturated.
Prime. One of the world's larger exporters of beef is Argentina.
Grapes. Most of the grapes sold in the U.S. come from Chile.
Peanuts. Nitroglycerin, a key ingredient of dynamite, contains glycerol which can be processed from peanut oil.
Insurance Salesman. Insurance salesman Harry Baker of Los Angeles, CA invented chiffon cake in 1927 and later sold the recipe to General Mills.