The Classic Italian Comfort Food, Lasagna.
The Italian immigrants that came to American brought this cherished recipe with them to their new country. The meal was a staple food for ma
Midsummer's Eve and a Summer Wine for Around the Bonfire
Ypocras was also referred to as Hippocras, after the famous Greek physician Hippocrates
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
History of Scotch Whisky. Slainte Mharth!
The term ‘whisky’ derives originally from the Gaelic ‘uisge beatha’, or ‘usquebaugh’, meaning ‘water of life’.
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
Pork Meatballs with Sage and Mead Creme
Medieval food had sophistication, using spices like cumin, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg to enhance the flavor, not mask it.
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.
Grilled Cheese, the King of the American Comfort Foods
Significant historical moments in US history played the part of developing the "Grilled Cheese". It was not until World War I when