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The hot dog is the quintessential summer food: cheap, tasty, great for grills and forgiving of even the most inexperienced backyard cooks. But who made the first hot dog?
Find out what made Southern women take to the streets during the American Civil War.
Believe it or not, the mind behind this summer indulgence wasn’t a marketing honcho, or even a chef – it was an 11-year-old boy.
It’s the chosen summer drink of thousands of thirsty kids every day, and the chosen rum-based tipple of Charles Dickens himself.
This week we’ll take a look at the rich history of Southern barbecue, and all its delicious regional variations.
Baseball is wildly popular in Japan, and though the game is almost the same, the stadium food is very, very different.
When you think of military food, the word “delicious” doesn’t often come to mind. We’re’re taking a look back at the food that fed hungry troops, both the blue and the grey, during the American Civil War.
Fifty years ago this month, John F. Kennedy made either the most important speech of the Cold War era or the most well known pastry-related blunder of all time.
They may not really be 1,000 years old, but century eggs have a long history.
Explore the strong influence of Indian cuisine on the English food scene, and try out a recipe for mulligatawny soup.
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