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. A black cow is a chocolate soda with chocolate ice cream. The term dates from the Roaring Twenties, although it also came to be used to describe a root beer float. Another term for a black cow was a mud fizz. The cashew is part of a fruit that grows in tropical regions called 'a cashew apple'. After harvesting, the cashew apple keeps for only 24 hours before the soft fruit deteriorates. The cashew apple is not commercially important since it spoils quickly, but local people love the fruit. To harvest the nut, the ripe apple is allowed to fall to the ground where natives easily gather it. The apple and nut are separated. South Pittsburgh, Tennessee, better known as "The Cornbread Capitol of the World," has an old ordinance pertaining to the cooking of this southern staple. The law declares: "Cornbread isn't cornbread unless it be made correctly. Therefore, all cornbread must be hereby made in nothing other then a cast iron skillet." Those found in violation of this ordinance are to be fined one dollar. The Ritz cracker was introduced to markets in 1934, but gourmets had to wait until 1953 for the invention of cheese in a can. The fortune cookie was invented in 1916 by George Jung, a Los Angeles noodlemaker. A man named Ed Peterson is the inventor of the Egg McMuffin. Although the combination of chili peppers and oregano for seasoning has been traced to the ancient Aztecs, the present blend is said to be the invention of early Texans. Chili powder today is typically a blend of dried chilies, garlic powder, red peppers, oregano, and cumin. Americans eat an average of 18 pounds of fresh apples each year. The most popular variety in the United States is the Red Delicious. An apple, onion, and potato all have the same taste. The differences in flavor are caused by their smell. To prove this - pinch your nose and take a bite from each. They will all taste sweet. Mr. Peanut was invented in 1916 by a Suffolk, Virginia schoolchild who won $5 in a design contest sponsored by Planters Peanuts. John Kellogg invented corn flakes, for a patient with bad teeth. Charles Post invented Grape Nuts. Dr. Kellogg was the manager of a Michigan health spa and Post was a patient. The spa was founded by Sylvester Graham...inventor of the Graham cracker and pioneer of the early 1800s movement to eat more bran. The secret recipe for Coca Cola, code-named "Merchandise 7X" is kept under lock and key in a vault in the SunTrust Bank Building in Atlanta, Georgia, the home of Coke inventor Dr. John S. Pemberton and current world headquarters of Coca Cola International.

More than half this amount is eaten in the form of ketchup and tomato sauce. The most popular variety in the United States is the Red Delicious. Until a few years ago.Coca-Cola sales far outstrip sales of Pepsi-Cola internationally. there are more than 1. killing such a timid bird was thought to indicate laziness. can dissolve limestone. Carbonated water. talc. like pretzels or popcorn. deep fried in oil. there's been a hard-fought and usually close battle between Coke and Pepsi in the United States. Americans eat an average of 18 pounds of fresh apples each year. Table salt is the only commodity that hasn’t risen dramatically in price in the last 150 years. In Bavaria.750 "O's" in a 15-ounce can of SpaghettiOs.with each claiming some regional pockets of leadership. in factories where dried shrimp were being prepared. Reportedly. which is stuffed with a chicken. Coincidentally. "shrimp dancers" were hired to tramp on the shells with special shoes. The Chinese used to open shrimp by flaying the shells with bamboo poles. carbonated water is the main ingredient in soda. Department of Agriculture.In South Africa. none of which belong to the pepper family. termites are often roasted and eaten by the handful.slang for spaghetti.spago = "String" or "Twine" .. Grand Rapids. According to the U.S. There are more than 200 kinds of chili peppers. Beer is made by fermentation cause by bacteria feeding on yeast cells and then defecating. In other words. In Italian . Pigturducken is a pig. Americans eat more than 22 pounds of tomatoes every year. For decades. But globally it's no contest . per the Franco-American Company. Burger King® uses approximately 1/2 million pounds of bacon every month in its restaurants. Ice cream was originally made without sugar and eggs. beer isn't considered an alcoholic drink but rather a staple food. which is usually put into something similar to a horse trough over propane burners. The famous Chef Wolfgang Puck chose the Italian word "Spago" as the name for his popular chain of restaurants. and many other lowMoh's hardness minerals. stuffed with a turkey. with nothing else in it. . it's a nice tall glass of bacteria doo-doo. Michigan is the "SpaghettiOs Capital of the World" because per-capita consumption is highest in that city.. Native Americans never actually ate turkey.

hence tinted bottles.S. They didn't realize until later that where they were selling it. If the gunpowder flashed. Rice is the main food for half of the people of the world. "tested". . and placed end to end. Before it was unsolicited email. In Korea it comes in gift boxes. The optimal frequency is different for each beer.000 different kinds of rice. It is so resistant to spoilage that. used to "proof" the barrels of smooth-bore fire-arms. Believe it or not it was first promoted as a health food. and indeed still is. then ignition did not take place and the Whiskey failed the "test". Wine will spoil if exposed to light. with the cute baby on the front. The famous baby appearing on jars of Gerber baby food is actually a girl named Ann Turner. Only food that does not spoil: honey. The average McDonald's Big Mac bun has 198 sesame seeds on it. 1980. Grapes explode when you put them in the microwave.000. Spirit of proof strength was the technical standard by which strength was measured until 1st January.000. all the Spam ever sold would circle the Earth more than ten times. it may well outlast eternity and will certainly live longer than you. is 510-520 cycles per second.i. then there was enough Whiskey in the mixture to permit ignition. As much as 50 gallons of Maple Sap are used to make a single gallon of Maple Sugar. If the spirit was weaker than this. Researchers in Denmark found that beer tastes best when drunk to the accompaniment of a certain musical tone.The estimated number of M & M’s sold each day in the United States is 200. The correct harmonious tone for Carlsberg Lager. The picture was drawn by artist Dorothy Hope Smith in 1928.e. for example. Dairy products account for about 29% of all food consumed in the U. Such Whiskey was held to have been proved . Turkey contains an amino acid called tryptophan. if kept in the closed can. they reported. Over a third of all pineapples come from Hawaii. In medieval England beer often was served with breakfast. There are more than 15. it was a common practice to help illiterate people buy things by putting pictures on the wrapper of what was inside. Spam was a luncheon meat. which can cause sleepiness (warm milk also contains tryptophan). Hundreds of years ago. spirit of this strength was proved when Whiskey and gunpowder were mixed and ignited. The amount of black powder used was the same amount as was. they continued to use their usual packaging. When Gerber baby foods began to sell in parts of Africa.

the drink was from milk. a Greek restaurant owner. and hamburgers. Ovaltine. are. malt.S. Poisonings usually occur after eating fish caught and prepared by uncertified handlers. When it originally appeared in 1886 . The letters VVSOP on a cognac bottle stand for . The number 57 on a Heinz ketchup bottle represents the number of varieties of pickle the company once had. Coca-Cola Co. It is prepared by chefs specially trained and certified by the government to prepare the flesh free of the toxic liver. Nellie Melba (peach melba and melba toast) and Luisa Tetrazzini (chicken tetrazzini). Fanta Orange is the third largest selling soft drink in the world. tacos.. "No Coke. in baked goods. The flesh of the puffer fish (fugu) is considered a delicacy in Japan. "Colonial goose" is the name Australians give to stuffed mutton. and the staff was surprised to find that. Herring is the most widely eaten fish in the world. Pepsi. New York." thus saying the rival company's name dozens of times throughout each skit. The giant soda company was retaliating against a frequent character of comedian John Belushi's. is death. according to the American School Food Service Association. in order. The first macaroni factory in the United States was established in 1848. A clerical error changed it when the manufacturer registered the name.A hard-boiled egg will spin. Opera stars Nellie Melba and Luisa Tetrazzini are famous for more than singing. burritos. egg and cocoa.Very Very Superior Old Pale. The differences virtually disappeared during cooking. gonads. boycotted the NBC late-night comedy show "Saturday Night Live" for several years. pizza. They are also known for food that has been named after them. It was originally named Ovomaltine. chicken nuggets. was developed in 1904 in Berne. It was started by Antoine Zegera in Brooklyn. Despite these precautions. "Cook's Illustrated" conducted blind taste testings of vanillas. and skin. The end result. expensive.. "0 & Wine" magazine reported that in Japan. who repeatedly said to customers. many cases of tetrodotoxin poisoning are reported each year in patients ingesting fugu. in most cases. school lunches nationwide.Coca Cola was billed as an "Esteemed Brain Tonic and Intellectual Beverage". In the late 1970s. An uncooked or soft-boiled egg will not. The five favorite U. aromatic vanillas performed almost exactly the same as the cheaper brands of real vanilla. squid is the most popular topping for . Sliced bread was introduced under the Wonder Bread label in 1930. Switzerland.

. coffee is not successful at sobering up a drunk person. violet was part of the color mixture for "M&M's" Plain Chocolate Candies. and Code 86 meant they were out of a particular item. in their ignorance. According to the U. Alcoholic lemonade is outselling premium bottled lagers in United Kingdom pubs. Ancient Greeks and Romans believed asparagus had medicinal qualities for helping prevent bee stings and relieve toothaches. Well. milk chocolate contains ingredients. and in many cases it may actually increase the adverse effects of alcohol. Twinkies used to have bananna cream in them. before WWII. Some oils in chocolate might also prevent tooth decay. According to the head chef at the United Nations. Chocolate not only does not promote tooth decay. Bill Clinton has a passion for chicken. it might prevent it. Chocolate does contain sugar. Code 19 meant a banana split. of course. More than half this amount is eaten in the form of ketchup and tomato sauce. such as calcium and phosphate. we had a shortage of bananas and had to switch to plain vanilla. Violet was replaced by tan. that might modify acid production in the mouth that leads to cavities. As a result.S. According to the National Safety Council. many housewives. From 1941 until 1950. According to the American Dental Association. the president of Iceland eats fish every day for lunch. and Pres. It's been that way ever since then. according to a report in "NASFT Showcase" magazine. Worcestershire Sauce is basically an Anchovy ketchup. Additionally. if a cook "86'd" an order. Sixty cows can produce a ton of milk a day. they add liquid detergent to the beer to make it foam more. Code 33 meant a cherry-flavored Coke. When tea was first introduced in the American colonies. 86 is one of many codes once used by soda fountain employees to communicate quickly among themselves. For beer commercials. served the tea leaves with sugar or syrup after throwing away the water in which they had been boiled. the queen of Denmark has a taste for Japanese food. Americans eat more than 22 pounds of tomatoes every year.Domino's pizza. Department of Agriculture.Recently Hostess re-introduced the Bananna Twinkie) Beer foam will go down by licking your finger then sticking it in the beer. but these are simple sugars that are less harmful than the complex sugars contained in other foods. it meant he was canceling it. (Update. but because of the battle at Pearl Harbor.

the American brand was trademarked first but somehow the Czech beer retained rights to its name. who introduced the lemon-lime drink in 1929. Milk delivered to the store today was in the cow two days ago. There are two beers that are trademarked Budweiser. known in much of the world by the ad slogan "The King of Beers". beetroot. the Exchange Buffet in New York. This permits the inner cooking to subside and the internal meat juices to stop running. Only men were allowed to eat at the first self-service restaurant. Sales increased significantly. and became a permanent menu item after a successful promotional period in 1998 Most common sports drinks are the equivalent of sugar-sweetened human sweat. Cheese was first opened in 1977. Cheese franchise was created by Atari.Gatorade was named for the University of Florida Gators where it was first developed. The one known as the "King of Beers" is the American brand while the Czech brand is the one known as the "Beer of Kings". The wheat that produces a one-pound loaf of bread requires 2 tons of water to grow. I don't think they are both available in the same country. mutton. Once the meat sets. a restaurant combining robotic animals and arcade games with family meals. They name the franchise a Pizza Time Theater. You should not eat a crawfish with a straight tail. There are 2. it's easier to carve clean. An increase of as little as 1% in blood salt will cause you to become thirsty. . tomato. Chuck E. That is. They are NOT the same brand and there is a friendly rivalry between them. the popular McOz Burger combines 100 percent Australian beef. neat slices. Customers ate standing up. It was dead before it was cooked. Budweiser Beer. cheese. The Chuck E. Brussels sprouts are called Brussels sprouts because they were discovered in Brussels. If I remember correctly. In Australia. Four years later he renamed it 7-Up. Forks were unknown at the time and the knife was a kitchen utensil rather that a piece of tableware. lettuce. During the Middle Ages. opened in 1885. and chicken were chopped fine.000. and its quite possible I don't. and cooked onions on a toasted bun. almost all beef.000 different combinations of sandwiches that can be created from a SUBWAY menu. they have the same salt concentration as sweat (but are less salty than your blood). pork. is known as "The Beer of Kings" in The Czech Republic. This burger was created by Australian McDonald’s restaurant owners. A turkey should never be carved until it has been out of the oven at least 30 minutes. Lithiated Lemon was the creation of Charles Griggs from Missouri.

Tootsie Roll Industries. it was also convenient to ship candy products to either coast from Chicago. the genius of rum. . Strawberry Pop Tarts may be a cheap and inexpensive source of incendiary devices.500 doughnuts each day. Chicago has more chocolate manufacturers within a small radius than any other place in the world. Spread either of the four on toast.Under U. behind Halloween. Chicago. The "last meal" for Death Row inmates has became embedded in the American deathpenalty ritual. who exclaimed "Maitai roa ae!" which in Tahitian means out of this world . The first Oktoberfest was in 1810 and celebrated the marriage of King Ludwig Iof Bavaria.the best! Every year.. Ferrara Pan Candy Co. in addition to being very close to sources for key candy ingredients — milk and corn syrup. and marmalade. Jam is jelly plus fruit pulp. This dates back to the 1800's when Chicago was a national hub for transportation and manufacturing. add a nice cup of tea. Preserves preserve the largest percentage of the original fruit. containing whole chunks of it in addition to jelly. James Smith. it is often made from other citrus fruits. Many wonder what the difference is between jelly. Today companies like Brach's Confections. France and Italy produce over 40% of all wine consumed in the world. In all cases. Mars. Ted Bundy passed on steak and eggs.S. Although the orange variety is most common. The MAI TAI COCKTAIL was created in 1945 by Victor Bergeron. Illinois is the candy capital of the world. jam. Christmas and Easter. Valentine's Day ranks fourth in candy sales. American Licorice. federal guidelines. and Nestle also have manufacturing plants in Chicago.2 million gallons of beer during Oktoberfest. Europeans drink more wine than Americans. Dunkin' Donuts serves about 112. Bavarians and their guests drink 1. usually by the addition of gelatin or pectin. Reporters have dutifully recorded the last meal menus: John Wayne Gacy had fried chicken and strawberries. Jelly is fruit juice with added sugar. cooled and congealed. jelly is the common denominator. executed in Texas in 1990. preserves. there should be 21 to 25 jumbo shrimp in a pound. Toasters which fail to eject Pop Tarts cause the Pop Tarts to emit flames 10-18 inches in height. Ketchup was sold in the 1830s as medicine. According to Hershey's Chocolate Company. requested a "lump of dirt" (request was denied). also known as Trader Vic. Flamingo tongues were a common delicacy at Roman feasts. Inc. Missouri inmate Lloyd Schlup asked for venison and hare (request was granted). Marmalade has bits of fruit and the rinds in a jelly. The drink got its name when he served it to two friends from Tahiti. and you have one sweet treat. and Archibald Candy still call Chicago home.

(Of course. There are professional tea tasters as well as wine tasters. Spinach is native to the area of Iran. the favorite topping is mussels and clams. This stemmed from their belief that bringing meat to the table in any form resembling an animal was uncivilized and that it was inhospitable. soy milk is as popular as Coca-Cola is in the U. The apples from one tree can fill 20 boxes every year. is a favorite beverage in the East. coffee is not successful at sobering up a drunk person. The Chinese developed the custom of using chop sticks because they didn't need anything resembling a knife and fork at the table. Soy milk. The first frozen foods were launched back in the mid-1920s. Over 15 billion prizes have been given away in Cracker Jacks boxes. Goat milk is used to produce Roquefort cheese. the microwave to cook them in took a while longer!) Clarence Birdseye came up with the idea from his work . the liquid left after beans have been crushed in hot water and strained. but most are so tiny that they are more likely to be eaten by whales than people. In Australia. In the United States. each year goes into the making of beer. There are two types of asparagus: green and white. One of the most popular varieties of green asparagus is named after Martha Washington. but didn't spread to other parts of the world until the beginning of the Christian era. only 5 out of every 100 pounds produced each year go to the dinner table. Carrots were first grown as a medicine not a food. Though most people think of salt as a seasoning.S. The Ancient Greeks called carrots "Karoto". According to the National Safety Council. It takes more than 500 peanuts to make one 12-ounce jar of peanut butter. the Number 1 topping for pizza is eggs. In Chile.000 varieties of apples grown in the world.S. They cut up food into bite-sized pieces in the kitchen before serving it. In Hong Kong. to ask a guest to cut food while eating. only a dozen or so appear with any regularity in the United States. There are thousands of varieties of shrimp. Thin-skinned lemons are the juiciest. anyway. and in many cases it may actually increase the adverse effects of alcohol.A tenth of the 7 million tons of rice grown in the U. There are more than 7. Of the several hundred around the world that people do eat. the wife of George Washington. it's pepperoni. Each box weighs an average 42 pounds.

Some traders got round . when they were thawed out.and sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin A. you're right. which froze stiff as soon as they were taken out of the water. and meats. Juan Metzger. The Southern dish "Chitlins" is made up of pigs' small intestines. There are two varieties of sweet potatoes: One is moist and orange-fleshed. spinach. fish. a former Dannon Co.S.the smaller the pepper. Metzger's father. The most widely eaten fruit in America is the banana. It is native to Africa and Asia and is seldom available in the USA. The dark meat on a roast turkey has more calories than the white meat. A bushel of apples weighs about 42 pounds. Consumers are most likely eating sweet potatoes . The color of a chile is no indication of its spiciness. of course. What are those dark specks. Birds Eye products. executive. Sometimes vanilla ice cream looks as if it has bits of chocolate in it. cherries. 25 percent said they would prefer chocolate sauce. Some stores incorrectly label the darker of the two sweet potatoes as being a yam. But they're only the flavorless residue of the bean. co-founded Dannon Co. While working on the surveys. Metzger was recognized for suggesting the addition of fruit at the bottom of containers of the dairy product to improve its taste. The orange-fleshed potato is commonly . Ice Cream Sundaes were created when it became illegal to sell ice cream with flavored soda on a Sunday in the Evanston.and incorrectly . a true yam is a large. The National Sausage and Hot Dog Council says when kids were asked what they would like on their hot dogs if their moms weren't watching. even though it actually does. he noted that the natives preserved their fish in ice. He claimed: "I saw natives catching fish in fifty below zero weather. anyway? If you thought they might be parts of vanilla beans. to prove that they used real beans and not artificial flavor. in the Bronx in 1942. The sweet potato is a native American plant.with the US government surveys of fish and wildlife in Labrador in 1912 and 1915. but size usually is . starchy root that can get up to 100 pounds.called a yam. the other is drier and yellow. consumer product sold in the old Soviet Union was Pepsi-Cola. Joe. and they list the nutrient content for yams. Companies put them in just for show. the hotter it is. Illinois during the late 19th century. This common practice has resulted in confusion when it comes to labels. as if only that could make the flavor acceptable. berries." Birds Eye's first products were individually boxed packages of peas. What is the difference between a yam and a sweet potato? According to the Mayo Clinic dietician. Months later. some of those fish were still alive. It was a staple for early settlers and was actually brought to Europe by Columbus. The first flavor was strawberry. is credited with putting fruit in yogurt. The first U. vitamin C and fiber. True yams have no vitamin A. are still sold. So consumers mistakenly think that the product has no vitamin A.

No one has any right. and prayers? Making peace between one another: enmity and malice tear up heavenly rewards by the roots. calling it an 'Ice Cream Sunday' and eventually replacing the final 'y' with an 'e' to avoid upsetting religious by serving it with syrup instead. # Do you love your creator? Love your fellow-beings first. # The best richness is the richness of the soul. . # Even as the fingers of the two hands are equal. the strong man is only the one who controls himself when he is angry. # Shall I not inform you of a better act than fasting. # A man's true wealth here after is the good he does in this world to his fellow man. nor any preference to claim over another. # The strong man is not the good wrestler. # Much silence and a good disposition. # Do you know what is better than charity and fasting and prayer? It is keeping peace and good relations between people. It is better to speak to a seeker of knowledge than to remain silent. Quotes from The Prophet Mohammed # A white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good action. even meeting your brother with a cheerful face. and it is. as quarrels and bad feelings destroy mankind. who have been given less. # Do not consider any act of kindness insignificant. # To overcome evil with good is good. # It is better to sit alone than in company with the bad. # A Muslim who meets with others and shares their burdens is better than one who lives a life of seclusion and contemplation. # When you see a person who has been given more than you in money and beauty. # Kindness is a mark of faith. alms. but silence is better than idle words. better still to sit with the good than alone. # One hour's meditation on the work of the Creator is better than seventy years of prayer. and whoever is not kind has no faith. so are human beings equal to one another. to resist evil by evil is evil. look to those. # The best of the houses is the house where an orphan gets love and kindness. there are no two things better than these. # The ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr.