Interesting facts about orange juice

Orange juice is juice of oranges which is made by squeezing the fruit. In American English, the beverage name is often abbreviated as “OJ”. It comes in several different varieties, including blood orange, navel oranges, valencia orange, clementine, and tangerine. Orange juice is enjoyed throughout the world. In fact, surveys reveal that it is the … Read more

Interesting facts about food

Ancient Greeks and Romans were the first to turn cheese making into a fine art. Larger Roman houses even had a special kitchen, called a careale, just for making cheese. There are more than 2000 varieties of cheese available worldwide, mozzarella is the favorite around the globe, and the most consumed. Garlic was one of … Read more

Interesting facts about red velvet cake

Red velvet cake is traditionally a red, red-brown, crimson, or scarlet-colored cake, layered with ermine icing. Common ingredients include buttermilk, butter, cocoa, vinegar, and flour. Beetroot or red food coloring may be used for the color. Red Velvet experienced an explosion of popularity in the last two decades. Besides the namesake cake, Red Velvet is … Read more

Interesting facts about Corn flakes

Corn flakes, or cornflakes, is a breakfast cereal made by toasting flakes of corn (maize). It is made by combining cooked corn along with sugar, vitamins and minerals. Since their original production, the plain flakes have been flavored with salt, sugar, and malt, and many successive products with additional ingredients have been manufactured such as … Read more

Interesting facts about the Nanaimo bar

The Nanaimo bar is a no-bake dessert that traditionally consists of three layers. It looks something like a geological cross section. Its base is sedimentary: coconut and chopped walnuts bound together by a buttery silt of cocoa and crushed graham crackers. A middle layer of yellow buttercream teeters on the brink of liquefaction. And its … Read more

Interesting facts about haggis

Haggis is a savoury pudding. Extremely well known, it is perhaps the one food which most represents Scotland. It is composed of the liver, heart, and lungs of a sheep, minced and mixed with beef or mutton suet and oatmeal and seasoned with onion, cayenne pepper, and other spices. The mixture is packed into a … Read more

Interesting facts about venison

Venison is the meat from any kind of deer – originally, the term referred to any kind of edible game. The word “Venison” comes from Latin venatus, meaning “to hunt”. This word entered the English language through Norman in the 11th century, following the Norman conquest of England and the establishment of Royal Forests. This … Read more