Captain Hanson Gregory. The first doughnut holes were created with the top of a round tin pepper box.
Pasta. Antipasti translates as "before the pasta" and is a traditional Italian appetizer.
Grilled Hammerhead Shark. The TV show "Futurama" poked fun at Red Lobster by referring to Zoidberg as "a Red Lobster that won't ruin your dinner".
Condensed Milk. Caramel, made by heating sugar, is used as a flavoring and coloring agent in soft drinks such as Coca-Cola.
Pepsi. The Coca-Cola Company was incorporated in 1892.
Jalapenos. Jalapenos are a variety of chili pepper native to Mexico.
Blue. The first M&M's, introduced in 1941, included red, yellow, green, brown, orange, and violet colored candies.
Charles Hires. Root beer is made from root or bark of the sassafras tree.
Cappuccino. The foam on top of cappuccino acts as insulation and keeps the drink hot longer.
Stirring It Too Often. Stock will cloud if it is stirred.
East To West. Tradition includes the practice of adding silver coins to the pudding, to be kept by the person whose serving included them.
Tab. Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamate, a sugar substitute banned in the U.S. in 1969 for causing bladder cancer in test rats.
Yeast Extract. The Marmite Food Company was set up in in 1902.
Diuretic. Celery roots, fruits and aerial parts are used to treat mild anxiety and agitation, loss of appetite, fatigue and cough.
England. Shepherd's Pie is a meat pie with a crust made from mashed potato and beef.
Rooibos. In South Africa, rooibos is usually mixed with milk and sugar.
High Tea. Traditional English "afternoon tea" is usually taken around 4:00 p.m. while "high tea" occurs between 5 and 6:00 p.m.
China. Sorbets originated in China, some 3000 years ago.
Bay Leaves. Head wreaths of laurel, worn as a sign of victory, are still given to the winners of the Boston Marathon.
Penne. "Penne" means pen in Italian, as in a hollow quill-pen.