Originating from France, roux is usually composed of equal parts flour and fat and is used to thicken soups and sauces.
The McDonald brother, Maurice (Mac) and Richard, opened their first restaurant in San Bernardino, California in 1948.
The Buddha's hand, a type of fruit found in the Far East, is called so because it has finger-like sections which resemble representations of Buddha.
Granola is a widespread breakfast food in the Western world and can be enjoyed in a number of ways, including in a bowl with milk or as a bar.
Pecans originate from hickory trees native to Mexico and the United States.
Mcdonald's was founded on April 15th, 1955 in Des Plaines, Illinois.
Answer: Glycyrrhiza Glabra
Glycyrrhiza glabra, the plant used to make liquorice, is native to Europe and Asia.
"Makizushi" roughly translates to "rolled sushi" and is the most-popular form of sushi outside of Japan.
The Boston Molasses Disaster or Great Molasses Flood was due to a storage tank containing in excess of two million gallons of the sticky liquid bursting, resulting in a giant wave of molasses which traveled at over 30 mph!
Until 1903, Coca-Cola contained a significant amount of cocaine. Cocaine infused drinks were quite common in the late 19th century.