A look into the era when the cereal mascots were more than just Snap!, Crackle! and Pop!
In the event of a full-blown Velveeta shortage, here's a little history to ease your pain
When four gallons of whiskey were smuggled into a West Point Christmas party, a third of the academy erupted into chaos
A germaphobe invented the protective glass barrier over your all-you-can eat meal in 1959
Put down the margaritas and tacos, and pick up a chalupa
Did you know this off-season penchant for guacamole is an industry creation?
The history of gingerbread starts as early as the 11th century
He ate far and wide, but the author found only one true version of the New Orleans dish—Mom's
The epic begins 10,000 years ago in an Asian jungle and ends today in kitchens all over the world
Where did these six poultry-based dishes (with one imposter) get their start?
Forget Chicago deep-dish, Roman pizza bianca and Domino's. For the best, most authentic pizza, go to Napoli
Dating back to the 18th century, the dish has jumped from the Mexican silver mines to fast food staple
Nearly all of the intact grains were exported, but Carolinians developed a fondness for the faulty brokens, or middlins, that stayed at home
The history of the holiday meal tells us that turkey was always the centerpiece, but other courses have since disappeared
Brought to Europe from the New World by Spanish explorers, the lowly potato gave rise to modern industrial agriculture
Recreating a Roman banquet seemed like a good idea
Sevilla la Nueva, the first European settlement in Jamaica, is home to the bittersweet story of the beginning of the Caribbean sugar trade
Eager enthusiasts track Chicago’s indigenous—and sometimes endangered—food traditions
Scientists found six species of moss in the stomach of the famous five thousand-year-old glacier mummy
Cheers! Today marks the 75th anniversary of the US government changing its mind about Prohibition
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