The mysterious epidemic that devastated Aztecs may have been food poisoning.
People were once ridiculed for eating leftovers.
“The Arduous March” wiped out hundreds of thousands—perhaps millions—of North Koreans.
The fatty menu kept their bellies full.
Meet the man who recreates colonial recipes.
When the government investigated Ellis Island, they found month-old pies made of apple cores, barrels of tainted lamb and beef, and rotten fish.
It was likely left by explorers racing to reach the South Pole.
Lemons were a sign of privilege and wealth in ancient Rome.