1,166 Calories. One Chicken McNuggets has 48 calories.
Manzanas. China is the world's largest apple producer in the world.
Tostitos. In 2007 Tostitos sponsored the college football BCS National Championship Game.
Ahoys. Girl Scouts have been selling cookies as their main annual fund raiser since 1917.
Brown. Maine is the largest lobster producing state in the USA.
Junior Mints. "Junior Mints" are named after a Broadway play called "Junior Miss".
Ikra. The word "caviar" comes from the Turkish "khavyar".
Dried Meat. Frumenty is a wheat porridge that was commonly eaten with meat dishes in medieval times.
Rotini. Rotini is a type of pasta similar to fusilli, but with a tighter spiral.
Chicken Kiev. Chicken Kiev is an escalope that is rolled, breaded and then baked or fried.
Peacock. Turkey did not become a staple of European Christmas dinner until Sebastian Cabot brought it back from North America.
Wrigley's Doublemint Chewing Gum. Doublemint gum was introduced by Wrigley in 1914.
Bananas. In Northern Italy, lasagna is made with a BŽchamel sauce instead of tomato sauce.
Fruit Cooked In A Sugar Syrup. Compote is considered a typical homemade beverage in much of Eastern Europe.
A Chinese Dish Of Seafood And Chicken. The reverse, "Dragon and Phoenix," is the title of a fantasy novel in the Dragonlord series.
On Trees. Olive trees require a climate with mild winters and long, warm summers.
Houses Of Parliament. HP sauce is a dark brown, fruity but savory sauce used in a similar way to mustard.
Snails. Escargot, famous in French cuisine, is served with a garlic-butter sauce.
Bass. The red triangle on Bass ale was the first logo trademarked in Britain, in 1876.
A Booster Seat. Because of safety concerns, many restaurants no longer have booster seats and offer only high chairs.