How 10 Classic Foods Made Their Way to America

How 10 Classic Foods Made Their Way to America


How 10 Classic Foods Made Their Way to America

Where did that popcorn that you cannot do without while watching the movie come from? And that coffee which wakes you up in the morning? Popcorn, chewing gum, potatoes, tomatoes, pretzels, okra, coffee, apples, ice cream, ketchup – things you eat or drink everyday. Find out where these 10 classic foods made their way to America Source: How 10 Classic Foods Made Their Way to America | Mental Floss Rights to all content (text, images, videos etc.) with post source. If you think these are wrongly attributed email us

The Invention of Sliced Bread

The Invention of Sliced Bread


The Invention of Sliced Bread

Throughout most of history, we either baked the bread ourselves, or bought it from bakers in giant, solid loaves — until one man revolutionized the way we consumed it. On the surface, sliced bread seems pretty simple. But it didn’t come easily: it’s an invention that endured tremendous hardships, tragedy, and years of innovation before hitting the shelves in the 1920s. It even toughed out a government ban during World War II. And it began with a tenacious inventor named Otto. Source: The Invention of Sliced Bread Rights to all content (text, images, videos etc.) with post source. If you think these are wrongly attributed email us