In celebration of International Pickle Week (May 14-25), take a look at some of the most important dates in the history of this savory snack.
This week, we’re looking at the ancient origins of vegetarianism.
This mixture of canned soup, frozen green beans and fried onions has graced holiday buffets since the 1950s. But who came up with this trinity, and why has it become so famous?
Find out about fruits and vegetables once considered poisonous, including cucumbers, tomatoes and potatoes.
Get a taste of the 19th-century rhubarb obsession and whip up a simple rhubarb dessert at home.
Host Ian Knauer delves into the history and art of pickling.
HISTORY’s chief historian fills us in on green peas, which were served by the Romans and beloved by Thomas Jefferson.