The Piña Colada
On August 16, 1954 a bartender at the Caribe Hilton in San Juan, named Ramón "Monchito" Marrero Pérez, claims to have whipped up t
Wiener Schnitzel. Bust Out Your Lederhosen and Dig In.
The story of Wiener Schnitzel reads like a good drama. Not only do you have the story of the family fighting over this culinary delight, you
Hamburger, Hamburger, Hamburger... who Created the Hamburger?
By 2003, the annual consumption of hamburgers reaches 50 billion in the US, that equals three hamburgers a week per person
We all Scream for Ice Cream!
With all the nostalgia around ice cream, it may be surprising to learn that the sweet treat did not originate in America
In 1953, the International Society of Epicure in Paris declared the classic salad, which by then was popular in Europe, “the greatest recipe
The Humble Beginnings of Fish and Chips
The belief is the fried fish concept came to England by the immigrating Spanish Jews. Spanish Jews, who settled in England in the 17th centu
Salt Water Taffy. It was Created Near the Ocean... Not With It!
The name and the candy hail from the famed boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Alfredo Di Lelio
Alfredo later opened his own restaurant "Alfredo" in 1914 in central Rome and named the dish "maestosissime fettuccine all
Vincent Price. The Accomplished Actor, and Devoted Foodie.
The Price’s authored several cookbooks, hosted a cooking show, but it was their book named A Treasury of Great Recipes in 1965 that they are
Christiansborg Palace and the Royal Kitchen of Denmark
Historians have painstakingly researched the kitchen from Christian X rule. They have located guest lists, table plans and menus charting th