Australia. Terry Pratchett's "Discworld" series has a country called "Fourecks", where the inhabitants drink a lot of beer.
Acini Di Pepe. Acini di pepe is used mostly in salads, soups and dessert dishes.
Italy. Ricotta is made by heating whey.
Calendars. By 1948, twenty-nine different bakers were licensed to bake Girl Scout Cookies.
Cyclamates. The FDA banned cyclamates as an artificial sweetener in 1969.
Earl Grey. Douglas Adams wrote some of the scripts for the "Doctor Who" serials.
Pinot Grigio. The grape from which "pinot grigio" wine is made is bluish-gray.
Groundnut Or Peanut Oil. Groundnut or peanut oil is used in cooking mostly because it has an unobtrusive taste and can be taken to high temperatures without burning.
Olive Brine. For a "dirty" martini, the olive brine can be used in place of or alongside vermouth.
Modena. Balsamic vinegar is made from Trebbiano grapes.
Rich Woods. Rich Woods worked Echrich and sold the patent to them for one dollar and it almost was not produced because of the danger of people getting burnt.
Grain. Diets such as the Atkins diet can cause long-term damage to the body because of the lack of carbohydrates.
Baseball. Ice cubes can help to remove gum from clothing.
Warheads. "Warheads", the super sour candy, comes in apple, black cherry, blue raspberry, lemon and watermelon flavors.
Kingfisher. The Kingfisher Brewery dates back to 1857, although the Kingfisher brand only appeared in the 1960s.
Sushi. Sushi is a Japanese dish of raw fish and vinegared rice.
Hashbrowns. Sonic Restaurants serve many varieties of hash browns.
Tetley's. In 2002 Ireland led the world in per capita beer consumption, at 155 liters of beer per person per year.
A Hug. In 2007 the U.S. Postal Service issued a postage stamp commemorating the Hershey's Kiss.
Tomato. China is the top tomato producer in the world.