How one creamy, peppery salad dressing became America’s favorite flavor.
Posted in America, Business, Cooking, Food, History, Restaurants |
Tagged business, condiment, dip, dressing, flavor, food, history, pizza, ranch, ranch dressing, Steve Hensen |
That pink is scary. The flavor is supposed to be secret and guessed. Some guess cherry or strawberry candy, but I think it’s more like raspberry and bubble gum. Not even cola.
I didn’t edit the photo even though the lighting was dark because the colors and contrasts came out more spooky as is.
Purchased from napaJapan.com.
Posted in Drinks, Food, Japanese, Photography |
Tagged bottle, brand, carbonated, cola, colors, drink, food, Halloween, holiday, Japanese, Pepsi, photography, pop, soda |
Posted in America, Buildings and Architecture, Business, Food, History, Restaurants |
Tagged cafe, diner, food, food truck, history, lunch, night lunch, restaurant, wagon |
In an attempt to harness the power of pop, researchers went against the grain to push the boundaries of this staple starch
Popcorn-Powered Robots? Get ‘Em While They’re Hot! | Smart News | Smithsonian
Posted in News, Robotics, Science, Technology |
Tagged engineering, food, mechanical engineering, mechanics, popcorn, robotics, science, technology |
For one, our planet would immediately shrink in both mass and radius. Gravity would weaken. Oh, and there’s the blueberry geysers.
What Would Happen If the Earth Turned Into Blueberries? Thanks to a New Paper, Now We Know – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Posted in Education, Essays, Food, Humor, Nature, Physics, Science |
Tagged astrophysics, blueberries, Earth, food, fruit, humor, nature, physics, science, speculation |
“Charred remains of a flatbread baked about 14,500 years ago in a stone fireplace at a site in northeastern Jordan have given researchers a delectable surprise: people began making bread, a vital staple food, millennia before they developed agriculture.”
World’s oldest bread found at prehistoric site in Jordan
Posted in Cooking, Food, History, News |
Tagged agriculture, anthropology, archaeology, bread, food, history, Jordan, prehistory, research |
The rise in cesareans, the overuse of antibiotics and the use of infant formula may have wiped out a bacteria that kept babies healthy.
Posted in Biology, Environment, Food, Health, Medicine, Science |
Tagged allergies, antibiotics, B. infantis, babies, bacteria, bottle feeding, cancer, cesaerians, food, health, infants, microbiome, microbiota, science |